Microsoft is adding two more games to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list, both of which are from the Tomb Raider franchise. While the list consists of games that were originally made for both the Xbox and Xbox 360, both of these titles were made for the 360.
The firm seems to be continuing its trend of adding a handful of games every Tuesday. In fact, it's happened every Tuesday since July 3. Here are today's additions:
Lara Croft, one of the greatest explorers of our time, is on the path of one of History’s greatest legends, a weapon with the power to command peace or destroy. In hostile locations around the globe, diabolical traps, ancient guardian machinery and a figure from Lara’s past stand between her and the powerful relic. In this thrilling adventure for the truth behind a Legend, Lara will discover the key to her own past, and her future.
When Lara Croft is hired to retrieve a mythical object called the Scion, she begins a dangerous search across isolated and desolate worlds, places untouched for thousands of years. But Lara is not alone; the tombs are guarded by fearsome creatures, and close behind are others desperate to learn the Scion’s powerful secrets. Celebrate ten years of Lara Croft with her latest action adventure inspired by the original Tomb Raider, one of the greatest action adventure games of all time.
You're not reading those prices wrong. Both of these games only cost $1.99 from the Xbox Store. Even if you own the discs, it's probably worth buying the digital copies since they're so cheap.
And if you're looking for new games on the cheap, don't forget about Games with Gold. Tomorrow is the last day to claim Dead Space 3 (Xbox 360). Starting on the 16th, you can claim Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (Xbox 360) and For Honor Standard Edition (Xbox One), and you've also got until the end of the month to claim Forza Horizon 2 Standard - 10th Anniversary Edition.