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The library of Xbox 360 games that can be played on Xbox One has been growing for months now. Today, Dreamcast original Jet Set Radio makes the leap from 360 to Xbox One along with MX vs. ATX Reflex and Texas Hold ‘Em.
Originally released on the SEGA Dreamcast in 2000, Jet Set Radio got an HD port to Xbox 360 in 2012. This version of the game updated the camera controls and allows players to create their own custom graffiti tags. Also, it includes most of the critically-acclaimed soundtrack, omitting only two songs from the Dreamcast version.
MX vs. ATV Reflex was released on 360 in 2009 by Rainbow Studios and THQ. This racing game has a large variety of racing categories and features dynamic terrain that changes as racers run over it.
Rounding out the collection is Xbox Live Arcade title Texas Hold ‘Em. This card game supports eight-person online matches and has three single player modes.
If you own any of these titles digitally on Xbox 360, they’ll show up in your Xbox One library automatically. Xbox One can also accept the physical disc of MX vs. ATV Reflex, and will download the game when it’s inserted into the console.
Which games do you want to see added to Xbox One’s backwards compatible list? Let us know in the comments.