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Two More Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Games Arrive

The ever-expanding list of Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One has grown by two today. As shared by Microsoft on Twitter, Guardian Heroes and...
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    The ever-expanding list of Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One has grown by two today. As shared by Microsoft on Twitter, Guardian Heroes and Operation Flashpoint: Red River are both now playable on Xbox One. Guardian Heroes is the Xbox Live Arcade port of the 1996 Sega Genesis beat-em-up, while Red River is a 2011 first-person shooter from Codemasters. It's the sequel to Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, which was previously made backwards compatible.

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    If you already own either game, you'll be able to download it (or pop in the disc, in Red River's case) and begin playing immediately. Guardian Heroes goes for $5 digitally, which is the same price you can buy a used physical copy of Red River for at GameStop.

    These games follow some high-profile additions yesterday in Mass Effect 2 and 3. Recent weeks have also seen games like Rage and The Orange Box added. You can check out the full list of backwards-compatible games here.

    Source: GameSpot

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  1. Pyroman
    If only they added games that people really wanted.
    1. 3xTiNcT
      They said there should be quite a few this moth but we'll see...
    2. Potato Pooper