Xbox One Backward Compatibility, the popular feature in Xbox One, has received five games to its ever increasing list. The new games have been revealed to be "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed," "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II," "Jet Set Radio," "MX vs. ATV Reflex" and "Texas Hold 'Em."
Major Nelson aka Larry Hryb, director of programming at Microsoft, revealed the information via his twitter posts.
Xbox One console users can now play the "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed" and "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II" because Microsoft celebrated "May the Fourth" in its own style, by making video games related to "Star Wars" backward compatible. "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed" was a 2008 action adventure video game from developer LucasArts while "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II" is its sequel.
The other games that were added to the roster of Backward Compatibility include "Jet Set Radio," a platform game from publisher Sega and developer Smilebit. The game was released in the year 2000.
"MX vs. ATV Reflex" is an off-road racing video game of 2009 that was developed by Rainbow Studios and published by the now-shuttered THQ.
"Texas Hold 'Em" is a poker-based game that was released in 2006 by developer TikGames and publisher Microsoft Game Studios. This game featured three single player modes: standard play, tournament play and scenarios.