The first Alan Wake game has been added to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility catalogue, alongside two other games from the Xbox 360.
Alan Wake joins other Microsoft published titles like Fable 2, the Gears of War series, and Halo Reach in the catalogue of digital Xbox 360 releases that can now be downloaded to your Xbox One to play. The other two games to be added this week are Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, which Konami released on Xbox Live Arcade June 2010, and the Xbox 360 release of Pac-Man.
The game is a psychological horror game created by Remedy Entertainment that was well received by critics and fans. The player controls the character Alan Wake, a psychological thriller writer going through a writers block, and early into the game his wife disappears.
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is a platformer that Konami originally released on the PlayStation 1 in 1997, that was ported for the Xbox 360 as an Xbox Live Arcade title. Pac-Man is one of the most famous video games in the world, and was originally released as an arcade machine in 1980.
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