Xbox One Backward Compatibility
Microsoft likely to add more games in June to the roster of Xbox One Backward Compatible video games.Twitter/majornelson

Xbox One Backward Compatibility, the popular feature in Xbox One, has received eight more games. The new games have been revealed to be "Fallout New Vegas," "Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara," "Blood Knights," "Red Faction Battlegrounds," "Joe Danger," "Crystal Quest," "Comic Jumper" and "I Am Alive."

Major Nelson aka Larry Hryb, the Director of Programming at Microsoft, revealed the information via his Twitter posts.

"Fallout New Vegas," a game that has been repeatedly requested by fans, has been added to the Backward Compatibility roster. This is a role playing video game from publisher Bethesda and developer Obsidian, which was released on Oct. 19, 2010. This is not the first "Fallout" game for Xbox One Backward Compatibility since Microsoft had released "Fallout 3" in November 2015.

"Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara" is a role-playing video game from developer Iron Galaxy Studios and publisher Capcom, which was released on Aug. 22, 2013. The game was received positively by critics.

"Blood Knights" is a role-playing game from developer Deck13 Interactive and publisher Kalypso Media was released on Nov. 1, 2013. The game has two playable characters: Jeremy, a vampire hunter, and Alysa, a vampire.

"Red Faction Battlegrounds" is an arcade game from the now defunct, developer and publisher THQ, which was released on April 4, 2011. The game is about vehicular combat.

"Joe Danger" is a side-scrolling video game from developer and publisher Hello Games, which was released on December 2011 for Xbox 360. The game lets players control Joe Danger, who is a motorbike stuntman, who has to defeat his nemesis, members of Team Nasty.

"Crystal Quest" is an action game that was initially released to Apple Macintosh, which was later released to Xbox 360 console in 2006, featuring fast-paced gameplay.

"Comic Jumper" is another side-scrolling action video game from developer Twisted Pixel Games and publisher Microsoft Studios where players get to control Captain Smiley, a comic book hero, someone who is not well received, so he "jumps" to other comics and players, will have change in hisis design and weapons to match his "jumps." The game was released in October 2010.

"I Am Alive" is a survival video game from developer and publisher Ubisoft that has a post-apocalyptic setting, where players face severe shortage of supplies and thus are more agitated and violent. The game involved exploration and climbing. The game was released to Xbox Live Arcade on March 7, 2012.