This week, at least four new titles arrived on Microsoft's Xbox One backwards compatibility feature. With three of the titles announced ahead, the last one came yesterday. Crystal Dynamic's "Tomb Raider: Underworld" arrived following the release of three more titles mainly "Red Faction: Armageddon," "Gyruss," and "Raiden IV." According to Gamespot, "Underworld," despite joining the BC feature has not been one of the most liked entries in the franchise.

"Tomb Raider: Underworld" during its release on the Xbox 360, suffered technical issues. Also, it was mentioned that the developer failed at providing an interesting base story, unlike the game's previous versions.

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But with the game coming to the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature, it is also likely that the game has improved both on the technical side as well as the story concept. Although Crystal Dynamics has not released an official statement regarding the changes in the game, fans will be able to notice them when they start playing.

How BC works to players who already have it

Take note that the Xbox One backwards compatibility hosts games from the Xbox 360. This means, if you previously owned a copy of the game, it will be automatically included in your Xbox One library. For those who will play it for the first time, you still need to purchase the game and manually download it on the Xbox One console.

In 2016, the much awaited "#Red Dead Redemption" arrived on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature and fans couldn't be more excited.

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It was featured few months after Microsoft mistakenly included it on the list and made it playable, before pulling it out from the list. Now, Rockstar has announced its plan to make a sequel entitled "Red Dead Redemption 2," another title that fans are looking forward to.

Games on the Microsoft feature

Meanwhile, if you are not updated with the latest games on the Xbox One feature, some of these titles include the "BioShock" series, The "Mass Effect" series, "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2," "Skate 3," "Call of Duty: #Modern Warfare 2," "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas," "Battlefield 3," "Halo 3," "Batman: Arkham Knight," and much more.

Meanwhile, some of the most played games in the BC list include "Skyrim," "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2," "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3," "GTA V," "L.A. Noire," "Saints Row: The Third," and "Dishonored." Over 350 titles are now listed on the BC feature and Microsoft continues to expand the list with its weekly new titles.