Persona 4 Arena Now Playable on Xbox One Via Backward Compatibility, 3 More Games Added To The List
Through his Twitter account, Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb, director of Xbox LIVE programming, revealed the new backward compatible games of Xbox One. This time there are titles for all tastes, but without a doubt, the most striking is Persona 4 Arena. In case you do not remember, it is a fighting game developed by Arc System Works and ATLUS. As the name implies, it is based on the fourth installment of the popular RPG.
Persona 4 Arena originally debuted in 2012 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The fighting game also came to the arcade system, but exclusively in Japan. The game takes up the story of the original RPG and presents us with a wrestling tournament, which can only be seen on a television that is turned off during a rainy night. It is then that Yu Narukami and company join this competition to show all their skills.
If the games of this genre are not your thing, then maybe you are interested in another of the 3 titles that also came to the console’s backward compatibility library. The list is supplemented by Cars: Mater-National, based on the Disney movie series. In addition, you can also play Jewel Quest on Xbox One.
Last but not least, there’s Tecmo Bowl Throwback, an updated version of the classic Tecmo Super Bowl. If you enjoyed the original, take into account that Throwback includes an option to play with the original appearance and audio.
Recently, other titles came to this Xbox One program, among them are Deadly Premonition, Deadfall Adventures, Fable Anniversary, Sonic Adventure, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, among others.
Additionally, this feature already lets you enjoy 13 Xbox titles and the games also have general improvements on Xbox One.
What do you think about the new titles that came to this library? Will you play any of these titles? Let us know in the comments below.
— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) November 14, 2017