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Microsoft adds dozens of Xbox 360-compatible games

Microsoft adds dozens of Xbox 360-compatible games

Microsoft unleashed a massive update to the Xbox 360's backward-compatibility list yesterday, adding 37 more original Xbox titles to the list, making 250 of the system's 600-plus games playable on its successor. In addition, the company updated support for 9 titles, 2 of which had been removed from the list for a brief period. For the folks who thought Microsoft shied away from making cheaper Xbox ports of 360 titles playable, this update offers up food for thought, including the upcoming Lego Star Wars II and the Namco Museum 50th Anniversary Arcade Collection, which includes a smattering of Xbox Live Arcade titles at a fraction of the price. If you're not a stickler for achievement points, this list could save you a pretty penny. Here are the newly added games:

Our full list of backward-compatible games on the Xbox 360 will be updated with this information soon. In addition, one of the above titles managed to crack our best Xbox 360 compatible Xbox games roundup. Click through to find out if it was Aquaman, Catwoman, or a less hilarious choice.

Source: GameSpot

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