A new week, and three more games have become Backwards Compatible on the Xbox One.
3D Realms action title Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project comes in at around 855 MB and has a reported completion time of 8-10 hours.
Duke Nukem is back! New York City is being overrun by a mutant menace and it’s time to de-worm the Big Apple. This explosive 3D action game features Duke Nukem defending the city that never sleeps, and its babes, from the evil Mech Morphix across 24 levels from Chinatown to Space. A super-sized collection of weapons, enemies and bosses await. As Duke would say, “Babes, Bullets, Bombs. I love this job!”The SNK fighting game Garou: Mark of the Wolves also makes an entrance at 148 MB and a quick completion at only 2-3 hours.
It is the latest title of the Fatal Fury series [GAROU -MARK OF THE WOLVES-] comes to Xbox LIVE! With the New Hero “Rock Howard” who is only son of Geese Howard and rose up by legendary wolf Terry Bogard, story of the new wolves begin. It banned the traditional line-system but instead bring in the brand-new systems such as “Just Defense”, “T.O.P. In” and “Braking”. It is not only system which renewed but also all the characters are new comers only except Terry Bogard. Don’t miss the extreme battles of wolves!Finally, Sonic the Fighters, a fighting game from Sega starring Sonic and friends clocks in at 98MB and a completion time of one whole hour!
Join Sonic and friends in battle in this classic arcade game from AM2. Originally on consoles as part of the Sonic Gems collection, Sonic the Fighters is back with an all-new online mode, including both online versus and tournament play. In single player mode, choose from 10 playable characters and fight through 8 stages to stop Dr. Robotnik and Metal Sonic from unleashing the Death Egg II! Features include: True to its arcade form with all-new online modes All 8 original characters and arenas Online versus mode for head-to-head matches Online Room match mode for up to 6 playersNeed to know about ALL of the Backwards Compatible titles? Well take a look at the Xbox One Backwards Compatible page for all of the details.