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Next Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Game Arrives

News Bot Jul 14, 2016

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    Microsoft continues to expand the Xbox One's backwards compatibility catalog.
    Following last week's high-profile Red Dead Redemption release, Microsoft today added Xbox 360 hidden object game Interpol: The Trail of Dr. Chaos to the lineup. It game sells for $5.
    [​IMG]You can queue up your download right now through Xbox.com. According to its product page, Interpol is less than a gig, weighing in at 886.05 MB.
    GameSpot's review of the 2009 game scored it a 4.5/10.
    "It's a barebones effort that underwhelms throughout, but even Interpol can't completely squash the simple pleasure of finding hidden things," reviewer Chris Watters said.
    The Xbox One's backwards compatibility feature arrived in November 2015. Since then, the response has been "overwhelming," Microsoft recently said. As of June 2016, users have spent more than 100 million combined hours playing backwards-compatible games on Xbox One.
    You can see all of the titles in the Xbox One backwards compatibility lineup here. What games would you like to see added in the future? Let us know in the comments below.


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