One feature offered by the Xbox One that Sony cannot quite match is backward compatibility. Players who did not own Microsoft's previous generation console could hit two birds with one stone by picking up the Xbox One. It supports over 400 Xbox 360 titles, with the publisher now setting their sights on the brand's original console.

If Xbox games are made playable on the latest device, it might be the final push consumers need to invest in Microsoft's current generation hardware. The Xbox One might struggle to match the PlayStation 4 in terms of exclusive games, but there are other ways to satisfy your customers.

A leak has revealed what could end up being the first batch of Backward Compatible Xbox games. Let us see what is included.

'Ninja Gaiden Black'

This is probably the standout name in the group. "Ninja Gaiden Black" came out in 2004 for the Xbox and PlayStation 3, although Microsoft's version was considered to be the definitive one. Developed by Team Ninja and published by Tecmo, this hack-and-slash action-adventure is arguably one of the best of the genre. It is hard, stylish, fast, and holds up extremely well.

While Sony's version cut down on the blood and gore, "Black" is about as over-the-top as they get. The sequel is decent but does not hold a candle to the original. The franchise does not appear to be making a comeback anytime soon, so this is as close as we are likely to get to experiencing "Ninja Gaiden" within the current generation.

Speaking of franchises with no continuation in sight, "The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" is another massive game included in the leaked list. With the exception of the mediocre combat, "The Sands of Time" is as close to perfect of an adventure game as the world is likely to ever see.

The smooth platforming continues to be a blast to play through, even if the dragged out fights bring the overall experience down a notch.

Still, this is one title worth revisiting.

'Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic'

One of the better "Star Wars" games, fans might be able to revisit this classic on their Xbox One sooner rather than later. As "Battlefront 2" is set to be released soon, it could be interesting to compare EA's latest game with one of the best entries in the franchise.

Other games listed are "Psychonauts," "Red Faction II," "The King of Fighters: Neowave," "Dead to Rights," "Bloodrayne 2," "Grabbed By The Ghoulies," and "Crimson Skies." Obviously, this is only a rumored list, so not everything will definitely be included in the first batch.