Xbox One Adds Ninja Gaiden 2, Splinter Cell, And More To Backward Compatibility (VIDEO)
The amount of titles included in the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program continues to grow with a bevy of last-generation additions gaining modern support on a regular basis. As part of the latest Inside Xbox episode, a new batch of games from the Xbox 360 era have now been confirmed, including Ninja Gaiden 2 and a trio of games from the Splinter Cell series.
In total, six games have now been confirmed for Xbox one, including Ninja Gaiden 2, Fable II, Fable III, as well as three Spinter Cell games in Conviction, Blacklist, and Double Agent. Ninja Gaiden 2 was shown as being an especially exciting highlight, it marking its current-gen arrival with some ninja-tier enhancements for Xbox One X. Check out the reveal below alongside an official description via the Microsoft Store.
We’re not done with Backward Compatibility news yet! Ryu is back and he brought Ninja Gaiden 2!
— Xbox (@Xbox) April 16, 2019
This long-awaited sequel to the best-selling Xbox action game pits legendary ninja Ryu Hayabusa against hordes of malicious enemies as he sets out on a journey that will determine the fate of the human race. With an assortment of new weapons, moves, enemies, and locations, Ninja Gaiden II redefines the action game genre, providing a visceral, thrilling experience that just can’t be found anywhere else.
These selections are now available via the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program, each with Xbox One X enhancements.
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