Ninja Gaiden 2 joins Xbox One backwards compatibility list, Fable sequels get enhanced

The Xbox One’s backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 and original Xbox games continues to be one of the platform’s most loved features.

Microsoft continues to support this initiative, announcing that Tecmo hack n’ slash sequel, Ninja Gaiden 2, is now playable on Xbox One.


In addition it was confirmed that Fable II and Fable III are getting a nice little boost, both RPG sequels now being Xbox One X enhanced. Although its effectiveness varies between different games, those replaying these fan favourite Xbox exclusives can expect improved performance and framerates.

Ninja Gaiden 2 is the latest in a long list of Xbox 360 games now playable on Xbox One, via disc or a store download.

Last month four games were added to the growing roster including Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2, AirMech Arena, Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway, and Crackdown 2. An up-to-date list for every Xbox One backwards compatible game can be found here.

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