Microsoft announces rush of backwards compatible games for Xbox One

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Original Xbox fans rejoice, the Xbox One's catalogue of backward compatible games is growing a lot in the next couple of weeks, and the list contains some noteworthy classics.

Many have been skeptical of the amount of support the backward compatibility catalogue would receive, but Microsoft has been shooting down naysayers every step of the way.

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Later this month will see the release of two batches of Original Xbox games - the first on April 17 and the second on April 26. Panzer Elite Action only appears on the United Kingdom version of the Xbox Games Store so it may be limited to that particular region.

The motocross title, developed by Rainbow Studios, released back in 2004 across the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and mobile platforms and was revered by critics boasting Metacritic aggregate score as high as 81.

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As before you can play all the new games straight away by just inserting your old game disc, if you still have it, or buying the game digitally from the Xbox Store. Xbox Store listings for five original Xbox games have popped up indicated what players may be playing on Xbox One very soon.

One of the yet-to-be-revealed OG Xbox video games already appears to have been added to the digital Xbox Marketplace though; Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

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