The Xbox One backwards compatible library continues to grow with three acclaimed Xbox 360 titles making the leap today.


In one corner we've got Bully Scholarship Edition, bringing Rockstar's high school hijinks sandbox to modern players.

In another corner, there's the Persona Team's surreal relationship puzzler Catherine, a game about a man whose troublesome romantic relationships may be turning him into a lamb. Do I have that right? It's probably time to play it again.

And finally there's puzzle platformer Raskulls, a 2010 XBLA offering from Fruit Ninja developer Halfbrick.

In other Xbox One backwards compatibility news, Microsoft recently made cult-classic JRPG Lost Odyssey free for the remainder of the month to commemorate the cross-generational feature acquiring over 300 titles.

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Bully: Scholarship Edition

Kissed the boys and made 'em cry. Except now on Wii.

Catherine Review

Strange bedfellow.


Driller killer.