Microsoft finally brings more games to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

Microsoft today added four more titles to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list. Historically, these additions have been made on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but these four games are the first new ones in two weeks.

Indeed, the company expanded the list by four games on March 2, so with today's addition, there should now be 347 backward compatible Xbox 360 games. Here's what's new today:

Luxor 2 ($9.99)

Set -- the Egyptian god of chaos -- and his minions are threatening the land of Ancient Egypt. Use your mystical winged scarab to destroy the encroaching colored spheres by making matches of three or more. Unleash the powers of Isis by catching the falling power-ups, and collect Golden Ankh coins to earn extra lives. Buy the FULL version and battle across the mysterious lands of Ancient Egypt to defeat Set in his temple stronghold.

Madballs Babo: Invasion ($9.99)

Unlock the entire epic campaign and open your world to mass-carnage multiplayer arenas and crazy co-op challenges. Test your mettle with dozens of different game modes, weapons, characters and abilities that will give you limitless gameplay!

Poker Smash ($9.99)

Unlock the full version of Poker Smash to experience seven unique game modes, eleven immersive environments, next-gen 3D graphics, original music, and innovative gameplay. Hone your skills, earn achievements, show off your prowess in LIVE multiplayer tournaments, compete with your friends, and see how you stack up in the Poker Smash community!

Street Fighter IV ($19.99)

Capcom's world renowned hit fighting series returns after a 10 year hiatus! Step into the ring with familiar characters like Ryu and Chun-Li or try your hand at brand new, never before seen fighters! Jump straight into online matches directly from Arcade Mode with an all new online system that mimics the feel of the arcade by allowing other players to challenge you in real time. Show the world what kind of warrior you are!

It's also the 16th of the month, which means that there are more games that you can get for free with Microsoft's Games with Gold program, which offers four free titles per month to Xbox Live Gold subscribers. As of today, you can get Evolve Ultimate Edition (Xbox One) and Heavy Weapon (Xbox 360). Layers of Fear (Xbox One) has been available since the beginning of the month, and you have until the 31st to claim it.

The company also recently announced Xbox Game Pass, which will offer access to 100 games. If you're on one of the Xbox Insider Preview builds, you can try it out right now for free; however, there are currently only 21 games enrolled in the program.

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