Microsoft is pleased to announce today that three Xbox 360 games; The Darkness, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified and Duke Nukem Forever are now playable and backwards compatible with the Xbox One starting today.
For Xbox One owners who missed out on the classic The Darkness and The Bureau should definitely consider getting them on the Xbox One as they are much cheaper and they are one of the best games of last generation.
Here is an overview of all the Xbox 360 games that are now backwards compatible:
On his 21st birthday, the destructive powers of a timeless force known as The Darkness awaken within Jackie Estacado, a hitman for the Franchetti crime family. Jackie must learn to fully command The Darkness so he can take back control of the Franchetti family which is ruled by his “Uncle” Paulie, a despicable man who is almost universally despised. But Jackie will quickly learn that The Darkness has a will of its own…
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified
The year is 1962. JFK is President and the Cold War has the nation gripped by fear – but a far more powerful and insidious enemy than communism is threatening America. Known only to a select few, a top-secret government unit called The Bureau begins investigating and concealing a series of mysterious attacks by an otherworldly enemy. As special agent William Carter, call the shots, pull the trigger and lead your squad in a gripping third-person tactical shooter set within a high-stakes, covert war to defend humanity. The Bureau’s mission is clear – survive, adapt and overcome the enemy threat to protect the citizens from the truth.
The Games on Demand version supports English, French, and Spanish.
Duke Nukem Forever
The King is Back! Cocked, loaded and ready for action, Duke Nukem Forever is pure unadulterated fun. Bastard Alien hordes are stealing Earth’s women. But nothing stands between Duke and his babes. Epic ass-kicking, massive weapons, giant explosions – yes. Inappropriate, insensitive and offensive – you bet. Get ready for the most bitchin’ and bodacious time you’re likely to ever have.
The Games on Demand version supports English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish.