The Xbox One backwards compatibility list continues to grow, as today we learn that four more games have been added to the over 300 that are already available. While this most recent batch of games definitely isn’t one of the biggest released, it at least has something that fans of the Street Fighter series will be happy about.
The game in question is Street Fighter IV, which was the last main game in the series to release following last year’s Street Fighter V. However, the game received updated releases in the form of Super Street Fighter IV and Ultra Street Fighter IV, so fans will only be getting the most basic version of the game with this one. Either way, it’s always good to have another backwards compatible fighter on Xbox One.
As for the rest of the games, we have the puzzle game Luxor 2, arcade shooter Madballs In Babo: Invasion and Poker Smash. Not the most exciting games for sure, but for those of you out there who have played any of these games before you’ll be glad to know that the Xbox One backwards compatible version will be waiting for you in your games library.
If you’re interested in purchasing any of these games, then the following is a breakdown of each one’s current price and file size:
- Street Fighter IV ($20) [4.61 GB]
- Luxor 2 ($10) [25.75 MB]
- Madball In Babo: Invasion ($10) [240.20 MB]
- Poker Smash ($10) [99.51 MB]
The backwards compatibility list most recently expanded on March 2nd, which saw the release of some Dead Rising DLC, Cars 2 and Meet the Robinsons. It definitely wasn’t the greatest batch of games added to the list either, especially considering that the batch before that came with 6 games that had included entries from the Borderlands and Assassin’s Creed series.
There are still some big games that have not been added to the list yet, and it seems like the one that has been popping up most recently is Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 in terms of fan requests. Xbox boss Phil Spencer is well aware that fans want the game added to the list, going so far as to humorously mention it in a tweet.