Microsoft has added three new titles to its Xbox One Backward Compatibility list and with this addition, the list continues to grow and has reached around 500 comprising games of Xbox 360 and Xbox. The three new additions are Earth Defense Force 2025, Prince of Persia, and Sine Mora.
— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) August 7, 2018
In the last month, we have seen the addition of Dante’s Inferno, Silent Hill Homecoming, and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist, and Double Agent and it continues to add this month also.
Earth Defense Force 2025 priced at $49.99, Earth Defense Force®2025 is an action shooting bonanza that arms players to repel the most terrifying invasion of giant aliens the world has ever seen. Hundreds of weapons across four character classes meant to exterminate menacing creatures of all sizes to save the world.
Prince of Persia priced at $19.99 launched in the year 2008. According to Ubisoft, the game is set in a land rooted in ancient Persian mythology, with the “Prince” finding himself caught in an epic battle between the primal forces of light and darkness. The Prince arrives just in time to witness the destruction of the legendary “Tree of Life”, an act which threatens to plunge the entire world into eternal darkness.
Sine Mora priced at $ 9.99 is the original version of Sine Mora EX which launched on Xbox One a while back. The game is a horizontal shoot ’em up that provides a unique take on the challenge, where time is the ultimate factor and mixing classic shooter sensibilities with contemporary presentation makes it one of its kind.
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