Microsoft has announced a boatload of original Xbox games will be joining the Xbox One's backwards compatibility lineup, including critically acclaimed fantasy role-playing game The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.
Currently, there are rumours that the rather excellent MX Unleashed could be one of the next titles to support backwards compatibility with the Xbox One console.
Throughout the remainder of April, Microsoft will make a whopping 19 Xbox original titles available to Xbox One owners through 2 different release windows. The Inside Xbox announcements gave away names of some of the games, like Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind shall become backward compatible with the Xbox One.
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Following that, one batch of games were given backward compatibility for old games. It started out with Xbox 360 games, and more recently, original Xbox games have been landing on Xbox One. In our minds, the star of that lineup is undoubtedly Knights of the Old Republic II. Panzer Elite Action only appears on the United Kingdom version of the Xbox Games Store so it may be limited to that particular region.
KitGuru Says: I had an original Xbox as a kid, so there are quite a few games on this list that take me back. Some really interesting games are coming and they are listed below. I might end up playing through Republic Commando again myself.