Xbox One is adding two more games to their backwards compatibility list. One of them is Dante's Inferno, a supernatural action game, and R.U.S.E., a strategic competitive game, set in WWII.
R.U.S.E. is a competitive strategy game with a nice story, set in WWII. The whole point of the game is simple - you have to fight of the Nazi. However, the way the game pulls that off is awesome. You have a top-down view of the battlefield, and you control your army and your division. However, the cool twist is, when you zoom out a lot, you can see that you are in a bunker, as a commander. In later stages of the game, you are able to build your own bases, and some missions can last over an hour, since the game implements other elements, like spies, decoys, radio tapping etc. You can control your army (you have different types) squads, tanks, troops, planes.. Apart from that, you also have skirmish and multiplayer, with pretty big maps. If you love RTS games, you will definetally have a lot of fun and sink in a lot of hours in it. The game scores 76 on Metacritic.
On the other side, you have the game Dante's Inferno, which is a supernatural action game. The games is EA's attempt to capture some of the God of War magic, and to a certain degree, they did succeed, since the game is pretty awesome. It is based on a popular, epic poem by Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy. The game features a violent and hellish environment. It is a violent horror-inspired action game based on religious mythology. The game's score on Metacritic is very close to R.U.S.E., at 75.
The backward compatibility is growing more and more over time on the Xbox One, and is bringing in some old games back to glory.