Virtua Fighter 2 and 3 more games come to Xbox One backward compatibility
We're into another week, which means it's time for more games to be added to the Xbox One backward compatible list. The latest additions include four new Xbox 360 games, including the likes of Virtua Fighter 2, Costume Quest 2, Quantum Conundrum, and Frontlines: Fuel of War.
Costume Quest 2, Virtua Fighter 2, Quantum Conundrum & Frontlines: FoW are coming to Xbox One Back Compat today https://t.co/qPMRNrLoTQ pic.twitter.com/eNIuOnmIP0Costume Quest 2, Virtua Fighter 2, Quantum Conundrum & Frontlines: FoW are coming to Xbox One Back Compat today https://t.co/qPMRNrLoTQ pic.twitter.com/eNIuOnmIP0— 💬 Larry Hryb (@majornelson) July 18, 2017July 18, 2017
One of the most notable additions is probably Virtua Fighter 2, which is simply a port of the classic fighting series for the Xbox Live Arcade. Originally an arcade 90s-era arcade release, and later available for consoles, Virtua Fighter 2 includes ten fighters, and online mode, and more. The game can be picked up digitally for $4.99 on the Xbox 360 Marketplace.
Costume Quest 2, meanwhile, is a unique little RPG from Double Fine that follows a group of kids whose Halloween costumes transform them into warriors. The wacky story takes you through dimensional rifts as you collect candy and battle in spooky settings.
Finally, Quantum Conundrum has you tapping into the power of an "Interdimensional Shift Device" to move between dimensions on a mission to save your uncle. Frontlines: Fuel of War, on the other hand, is a typical first person shooter based in an environment of massive, all-out war between Western and Eastern coalitions.
If you already own any of these games, you should be able to install them and start playing right away on your Xbox One. Otherwise, you can grab all four from the Xbox 360 marketplace. And for more, be sure to check out our comprehensive list of backward compatible games for a look at the full catalog.
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