The Xbox One's library of backwards compatible games grew a little bit more with the addition of two games in the acclaimed “Fable series. Now, almost all of the games in the dormant series that is exclusive to Xbox can be played on Microsoft's latest console. In other news involving Xbox exclusives, “Forza Motorsport 5” has been delisted from the Xbox Games Store only days after the release of the newest game in the renowned series.

Which 'Fable' games joined the program?

The two latest games in the “Fable” series to join the backwards compatiliby program are “Fable II Pub Games” and “Fable Anniversary.” “Fable II Pub Games” came out back in August 2008 as a connected game to the highly anticipated “Fable II," which came out two months later.

The game gives players the chance to play three different minigames, Fortune's Tower, Keystone, and Spinnerbox. In doing so they can earn money and unique items for their character in “Fable II.” It received negative reviews from critics, with a 53 score on Metacritic from 26 reviews.

“Fable Anniversary” came out in February 2014 as a remastered version of “Fable: The Lost Chapters” -- which released in September 2005 as an expanded version of the original game. The game received so-so reviews, with a 68 score on Metacritic from 53 reviews.

These two games now join “Fable II” and “Fable III” as part of the Xbox One's backwards compatibility, meaning that almost all games in the series are in the program.

This means the only “Fable” games available on Xbox 360 that are not yet part of the program are “Fable Heroes” and “Fable: The Journey.”

'Forza Motorsport 5' delisted

Yesterday Forza Motorsport 5” and all of its downloadable content were removed from the Xbox Games Store. While the game is still available to purchase on disc, some of the DLC cars required in order to get certain achievements in the “Nurburgring” and “Long Beach” title updates will be unavailable.

Turn 10, the developer of the Forza series, issued a statement saying that: “Forza Motorsport 5” had reached “End of Life” status. That means that the game and its associated DLC will no longer be available for purchase.

“Forza Motorsport 5” came out in November 2013 and received a 79 score on Metacritic from 76 reviews. Interestingly enough, the newest game in the series, “Forza Motorsport 7," came out on October 3. It received a positive reception with a score of 87 from 57 reviews.