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The Xbox One’s library of backward compatible titles continues to expand with some amazing games, this week receiving Alan Wake, Pac-Man, and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

Revealed by Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb on Twitter, the three new games bring Xbox One’s tally of backward compatible titles up to 141. Like Fallout 3 and the Xbox 360 Gears of War games before it, Alan Wake is arriving in tandem with a new release from the same developer. Players can receive the psychological thriller by pre-ordering Remedy Entertainment’s newest title, Quantum Break, for Xbox One. Pre-order through the Xbox Store or select retailers and you’ll also get Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, the downloadable sequel. Boom.

While this list may seem smaller than those previously, remember that Microsoft has stopped releasing “waves” of backwards compatible games, instead opting to make them available as soon as they’re ready. So sit down, eat a power pellet, and show Dracula who’s boss.

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Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded

Xbox One gets three new backward compatible titles

By Matt Buchholtz | 03/17/2016 06:00 PM PT

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The Xbox One’s library of backward compatible titles continues to expand with some amazing games, this week receiving Alan Wake, Pac-Man, and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

Revealed by Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb on Twitter, the three new games bring Xbox One’s tally of backward compatible titles up to 141. Like Fallout 3 and the Xbox 360 Gears of War games before it, Alan Wake is arriving in tandem with a new release from the same developer. Players can receive the psychological thriller by pre-ordering Remedy Entertainment’s newest title, Quantum Break, for Xbox One. Pre-order through the Xbox Store or select retailers and you’ll also get Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, the downloadable sequel. Boom.

While this list may seem smaller than those previously, remember that Microsoft has stopped releasing “waves” of backwards compatible games, instead opting to make them available as soon as they’re ready. So sit down, eat a power pellet, and show Dracula who’s boss.

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About Matt Buchholtz

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Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded