Codemasters' comedic action-strategy games Overlord and Overload 2 are the latest titles to receive backward-compatibility support on Xbox One.
UPDATE 23/4/15 2.15pm Codemasters has now officially unveiled Overlord: Fellowship of Evil for launch on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this year.
The third major game in the series, Fellowship of Evil has been shaped into an action RPG that seems somewhat similar to Diablo. It also looks like it will support up to four players simultaneously.
Despite this, you will still be summoning minions to do you your bidding.
Dutch studio Triumph offered me a glimmer of hope that the Overlord series - a deliciously evil set of Pikmin-like RPG strategy games - will live on. Although maybe not by that name.
Codemasters will release the Battle Rock Nemesis content for Overlord II today on Xbox Live Marketplace.
Fight Night Round 4 has become the first boxing game to top the UK All-Formats chart upon release. Perhaps it will now go to America and never be heard of again.
Codemasters has trampled an Overlord II demo into Xbox Live Marketplace.
Codemasters has clarified to Eurogamer that all new Overlord games will be released on 26th June.
Codemasters has announced that Overlord II will be released in Europe on 26th June.
Dutch developer Triumph has admitted being a "little too late" with downloadable content for Overlord, and plans to offer extras for the sequel "closer to release".
Codemasters has unveiled Overlord II for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.
Due out in 2009, it's based around a battle between a Roman-inspired Empire and the Overlord: order against chaos.
Technically speaking, Overlord II will be better-looking and cleverer than the original, with minions able to think for themselves, ride beasts, use siege equipment and tear down buildings.