Xbox finishes off year with 9 new Xbox One Backward Compatibility releases

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The BioShock trilogy joins over 300 other games in the Backward Compatibility program.

It’s been a pretty good year for the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program with over 300 titles being added to the service. This past week, the Backward Compatibility team added a total of nine games — including a decent trilogy of games — to the program before taking a break for the holidays.

Arguably the biggest addition out of the past week’s additions has to be BioShockBioShock II, and BioShock Infinite. It’s definitely an interesting choice considering the fairly recent release of the remastered BioShock Collection. Other additions are nothing to sneeze at either and include Catherine and Bully Scholarship Edition. While CLANNAD is only available in Japan, a trio of Arcade games also made the list to round out the year: Planets Under AttackRaskulls, and Skydive.

In case you missed it, you can also download the recently added Lost Odyssey for free until the end of the year — a gift from Microsoft for reaching 300 games in the program. It’s no small feat to add 300 games in the space of just over a year including titles like Call of Duty: Black OpsRed Dead Redemption, and others.

What games do you still want to see come to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program in the new year? What’s your favourite addition to the program so far? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

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