Microsoft adds two more games to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

Two more Xbox 360 games are being added to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list today, including Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge and Trials Evolution. With today's additions, the list now includes 589 games that were originally built for the Xbox 360 or the original Xbox, and are now playable on Microsoft's newest family of consoles. That also means that we should see the team hit the milestone of 600 games within the next couple of months.

Here are today's additions:

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge ($29.99)

Razor's Edge sharpens up the battles, difficulty levels, visuals, and much more to deliver the ultimate Ninja action game experience!

Trials Evolution (free)

It's survival of the fastest with Trials Evolution! Your favorite physics-based motorcycle racer is back in a brilliant new outdoor setting. Ride in real-time multiplayer with 2-4 players, either locally or through Xbox LIVE. Enjoy a deep, rich single player career with 50 brilliant tracks, challenging unlocks, and tricky achievements. A massive, powerful track editor lets you build the track of your dreams and easily share it with the world. Or simply download top-rated tracks from around the world, using the all-new Track Central. Customize your bike and rider with awesome gear and unique parts, enjoy unique skill games, try ghost racing, beat your Friends' scores, and more! Don't miss the madness!

If you're an Xbox Live Gold subscriber, you should also be claiming your Games with Gold, which offers four free games every month, as long as you get them within the designated dates. You've got until May 15 to claim Earth Force: Insect Armageddon (Xbox 360) and Outcast - Second Contact (Xbox One), and you've got until the end of the month to grab Marooners (Xbox One).

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