Xbox One owners can now play three more older Xbox 360 games on Microsoft's current console, thanks to its backwards compatibility feature. The new additions include Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, Sonic: The Fighters and Garou: Mark of the Wolves.
The three new games were first announced on the Major Nelson Twitter page Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, first released in 2010, is a side-scroller addition to the shooter franchise starring everyone's favorite muscle-bound alien fighter. Sonic The Fighters, released in 2012, is an Xbox 360 port of the classic arcade game from Sega starring Sonic and many of his supporting characters. Finally, SNK first released Garou: Mark of the Wolve in 2009 and is an installment of its Fatal Fury series.