Xbox One Backward Compatibility, the popular feature in Xbox One, has received five more games. The new games have been revealed to be "Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director's Cut," "Faery: Legends of Avalon," "Final Fight: Double Impact," "Frogger 2," and "Puzzlegeddon."
Major Nelson aka Larry Hryb, director of programming at Microsoft, revealed the information via his Twitter posts.
"Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director's Cut," an action role-playing game from developer Eidos Montreal and publisher Square Enix, was released in October 2013. The roster list for Xbox One Backward Compatibility already includes the original game, "Deus Ex: Human Revolution."
"Faery: Legends of Avalon" is a role-playing video game from developer Spiders and publisher Focus Home Interactive that was released in November 2010. The game objective for the players is to save the magical world of fairies from destruction.
"Final Fight: Double Impact" is an arcade version of the original "Final Fight." It featured graphic filters, online multiplayer and extra content. The game was developed by Proper Games and publisher Capcom.
"Frogger 2," an action video game from developer Blitz Games and publisher Hasbro Interactive, is a sequel to "Frogger" remake.
"Puzzlegeddon" is a puzzle strategy video game from developer Pieces Interactive and publisher Tecmo, which was released in 2009.