The Xbox One’s backwards compatibility options are growing by the month, with two new additions up for grabs now. They’re a tad more random than what you may normally be used to, but they’re decent additions to the ever-growing list of games. Peggle 2 and Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death, both Xbox 360 games, are now available. Major Nelson took to Twitter to make the announcement, making sure people knew about the goodness that is Peggle 2 finally being available for everyone on Xbox One. Praise the unicorn.
— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) November 28, 2017
If you already have the games, you’ll already see them in the Xbox One game library ready to go. If not, you can go ahead and purchase them via Xbox.com so you can put them in your collection. Xbox One already has a Peggle 2 version you can download if you really want to feed that addiction, though, so be forewarned.
Last week, the catalog gained Persona 4 Arena, Cars: Mater-National Championship, Tecmo Bowl Throwback, and Jewel Quest. If you’re looking for a diverse set of different games, this should satisfy those checkboxes, at the very least. And everyone loves Peggle!
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