Xbox 360 Titles You Should Revisit on Xbox One

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With 150 Xbox 360 titles no working with backwards compatibility on Xbox One, you might be thinking about reliving some classics. Sadly, Skyrim isn’t available (yet), but there some great old titles that are more than worth your time.
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South Park: The Stick of Truth

Who would have thought that a game based on a cartoon TV show would end up being one of the best RPG’s of 2014? The gameplay, combined with the level of hilarity and sheer perfect parody is more than enough reason to give this one another go.
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Viva Piñata

One of the last games to be made by Rare. It’s cute aesthetic really does misdirect from it’s addicting gameplay. You’ll also cry when your cute animals get ripped apart by bigger, cuter animals.
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Condemned: Criminal Origins

This detective-horror-survival game still delivers all the scares that it did back in 2006. It’s also dirt cheap to buy right now.
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Mirror’s Edge

There is a forthcoming sequel to this game, but the original is as impressive as ever for its sheer dedication to a concept. Gameplay still makes your heart pound and is one of the most visceral experiences you’ll ever have, while at times still managing to make you slow down and think.
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Super Meat Boy

There’s nothing like a little retro-style frustration to make you feel nostalgic. The game is especially crisp on Xbox One, and will only deepen your addiction, despite your many deaths.
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Fable II

Fable II was arguably the best game of the franchise. While it stayed true to the roots of the original, it gave us greatly improved combat, a compelling story and a world that actually felt large and interesting to explore. It’s definitley worth revisiting.
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Mass Effect

EA has said on a few occasions that it has plans on remastering the original Mass Effect trilogy for Xbox One. Until then, you can relieve the beginning of the epic space opera.
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