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Xbox One gets Oblivion with backwards compatibility

Xbox One gets Oblivion with backwards compatibility

Oblivion is now available on Xbox One's backwards compatibility.

November's backward compatible program for Xbox One has been an incredibly fruitful month for gaming fans, for not only can they now play Oblivion on the platform, but also BioWare's Mass Effect 2 and 3 were added to the lineup. In all, Microsoft has announced four more games, though none are of the stature of the Mass Effect games that were added earlier in November. Those who don't already have the disc (which can just be popped into the Xbox One) can purchase it digitally for $15. It won the VGX Award for Game of the Year, Best RPG, Most Addictive Video Game and Golden Joystick Award for Ultimate Game of the Year 2006 among others.

A World War II FPS shooter game, Medal of Honor 2: Airborne is the fifth installment of Medal of Honor series developed by EA Los Angeles. For a complete list of all the games that are now available via the backward compatibility feature released by Microsoft jump over to the official website via the link below. This game requires the player to use the skills of the three characters to navigate the levels of the game. It is an action adventure game with puzzle and trivia features. In the past couple days, the list on Xbox One games via this system just got a bit bigger. In this 2004 Single-player game, you need to clear a certain number of bricks per level to fill up the Brick-O-Meter.