Silent Hill: Downpour, Puzzle Quest, and Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard have joined the Xbox One backwards compatibility library.

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We rather liked Puzzle Quest, while our Chris Donlan found Silent Hill: Downpour a pleasant - if that's the right word - romp through everyone's favourite foggy ghost town.

"It may not shock you, but it can at least build a thick, oppressive atmosphere as the relatively clever plot keeps twisting and the grot and grime pile up and threaten to choke you," Donlan said in his Silent Hill: Downpour review. "It can't handle fear - but it does a neat line in mild intrigue."

Eat Lead, didn't fair so well, with former Eurogamer editor Tom Bramwell rating it a 3/10 back in the number scale days.

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