The year has only just started and Microsoft are already going crazy with their backwards compatibility lineup. In January so far, 10 more backwards compatible games have been made available to play on the Xbox One.
To begin with, a bundle of seven Xbox One compatible games were launched to the Xbox Games Store. This first bundle included both of the previously Xbox 360 exclusive Battlefield titles (Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and Battlefield 3), as well as a number of other AAA and indie/arcade titles.
A little while after the initial 7 games were announced, 3 more titles were added to the backwards compatible games list. The additional three games were Mega Man 9, Mega Man 10 and Beat'n Groovy.
The full list includes the games listed below.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 ($20; 4.88 GB)
Battlefield 3 (requires disc)
Dragon Age: Origins ($15; 6.44 GB)
Ghostbusters ($15: 6.18 GB)
Scrap Metal ($15; 130.06 MB)
The Splatters ($10; 505.95 MB)
Strania ($10; 206.86 MB)
Mega Man 9
Mega Man 10
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 can be downloaded for all users that already owned it on Xbox 360 - the file size is 4.88GB. All other titles have been dealt with in the same way, with Battlefield 3 as an exception - this still requires the original disc to be playable.
Do any of these recent Xbox 360 titles take your fancy? File size information and digital download prices have been included where possible.