Enjoyable Ubisoft platformer Rayman Origins is now playable on Xbox One, thanks to the console's Xbox 360 backwards compatibility service.
Many of the game's levels are already on Xbox One, in a way - sequel Rayman Legends, which was even better, included them as a bonus.
But if you don't yet have that or you fancy digging out your old Rayman Oranges copy to give it a spin, know that you can do so now.
Over 150 games are now on the Xbox One's back-compat list, including recent additions Alan Wake, Saints Row 4, Dead Space and Pac-Man. Here's a full list for your perusal.
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