3 new games hit the Xbox One backward compatibility list

Another batch of games is headed to the Xbox One backward compatible list today. Included in today's additions are Daytona USA, Stacking, and Tower Bloxx Deluxe. While none of these three are particularly big titles, it's always good to see new games hit the program.

Daytona USA (opens in new tab) is probably the most recognizable title, having been an arcade mainstay in the nineties. The racing game later became available on Xbox 360, and that's the version that's now backward compatible on Xbox One.

The other two games, Stacking and Tower Bloxx Deluxe, are much more minor. Stacking (opens in new tab) is a puzzle title in which you play as Charlie Blackmore, the smallest member of a world full of living Russian stacking dolls. Tower Bloxx Deluxe (opens in new tab), on the other hand, combines puzzle gameplay with a bit of action as you try to build swaying towers as high as possible.

If you already own any of these games, you should be able to start playing them on your Xbox One now. And as always, be sure to check out our running list of backwards compatible games for a full look at what's playable.

Dan Thorp-Lancaster

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  • Daytona USA! A great Sega AM2 classic! Definitely getting a copy of that one! 😃
  • I would like to see that game remastered, I had a blast with Daytona for years on the Saturn and Dreamcast.
  • Look at it in a positive side. These games are so cheap on eBay, and u get to have more achievement points.
  • Daytona, what a great game! Amazing how these old classics never really die 😎
  • But... but... but... Where's Quake IV? Where's Rage? Doom 3 is available, Quake IV and Rage are also from id software and use the same engine... Sad it is...
  • Ask id, they have to sign off on the game. There is potentially money being made here, and the games were only originally licensed for the Xbox 360. MS can't just do it without permission (not legally at least)
  • Rage is already released. Just pop the disc1 and install. There is no buy & download available. Rage has been out for awhile...
  • Is Live down for anyone right now?
    Can't log into antything MS related - Xbox website / Outlook desktop app etc.
  • Yeah. As soon as the new overwatch character came out.
  • Stacking was a great title
  • Daaytoonaa!!! let's go away!!;
  • Love Daytona USA!
  • I wonder how many emulators Daytona USA is now running through? lol
  • It couldn't imagine Daytona USA being technically difficult to get on today's hardware. All they needed was Sega's permission.