Street Fighter IV, Poker Smash, two other titles arrive on Xbox One via Backwards Compatibility

Arif Bacchus

It has been a while since new titles were added, but the list of Backward Compatible titles on the Xbox One is always growing, and today four additional titles have entered the fray. Joining the list this week are Street Fighter IV, Poker Smash, Madballs Babo: Invasion, and Luxor 2. As usual, we’ve included download links, descriptions, and trailers for you below.

Street Fighter IV: $19.99

Capcom’s world renowned hit fighting series returns after a 10 year hiatus! Step into the ring with familiar characters like Ryu and Chun-Li or try your hand at brand new, never before seen fighters! Jump straight into online matches directly from Arcade Mode with an all new online system that mimics the feel of the arcade by allowing other players to challenge you in real time. Show the world what kind of warrior you are!

Poker Smash: $9.99

Poker Smash delivers classic match-three gameplay with a poker twist: you can either match the color of the cards, or make a valid poker hand! Unlock the full version of Poker Smash to experience seven unique game modes, eleven immersive environments, next-gen 3D graphics, original music, and innovative gameplay.

Madballs Babo: Invasion $9.99

Enlist in the Babolon Defense Initiative, graduate Boot Camp and embark on your first mission. Then join a multiplayer combat arena as one of the Madballs or play as your own Xbox 360 Avatar to see if you’ve got what it takes to be the baddest ball around!

Luxor 2: $9.99

Set — the Egyptian god of chaos — and his minions are threatening the land of Ancient Egypt. Use your mystical winged scarab to destroy encroaching colored spheres by making matches of three or more. Unleash the powers of Isis by catching the falling power-ups, and collect Golden Ankh coins to earn extra lives.

Which of these titles is your favorite? Do you already own any of these titles? Are there ay Xbox 360 titles that you wish would be added to the Backward Compatibility Catalogue? Let us know your thoughts below!