Two fresh faces appear for Xbox Backwards Compatibility – Are they worth the return?

Carlos writes: "Last week brought us six new Xbox One backwards compatible additions and this week we get to welcome another two. However, even though the number of available games is certainly impressive, there are still many highly requested Xbox 360 titles yet to join the roster of games playable on Xbox One. So, with that in mind, let’s take a look and see if this week’s latest additions will be something we should all be happy to dive back in to once more."

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Aenea267d ago

Doesn't "fresh face" mean that it's a new face that no one has seen before? Kinda odd phrase to use for BC games...

Kiwi66267d ago (Edited 267d ago )

They could just mean fresh face in regard to being added to BC maybe?

Aenea267d ago

Sure, but it's still an odd phrase to use, just think the author tried to find something else instead of 'new' and came up with something that doesn't quite fit. Ah well, not that important!

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81BX267d ago

I think you're reaching.

Aenea267d ago

That's besides the point, the phrase has a certain meaning which is rather clumsily chosen in this context....

coolbeans267d ago

"Doesn't "fresh face" mean that it's a new face that no one has seen before?"

The phrase is contextual.

Vectrexer267d ago

I still want COD MW III playable on my Xbox One X

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LucasRuinedChildhood267d ago

Don't have an XB1 (might get one someday because I want to play Halo, Forza Horizon and Sunset Overdrive) but Split/Second is extremely fun. "are they worth the return" - clickbait crap. They're just fun games for you to play being re-added.

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