Three more games have joined the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility program

Microsoft’s Xbox One backwards compatibility program keeps growing, with three more titles having been added to its massive roster today. Thus, the total is now at 467 games.

The first of these additions is the cutesy, silent pictures inspired puzzle/adventure game, The Misadventures of PB Winterbottom. It’s joined by two retail games, those being the tough to forget Spec-Ops: The Line and underappreciated The Darkness II, both of which are well worth playing if you haven’t. Winterbottom can be purchased digitally for $9.99, while the other two will set you back $29.99 and tax.

Surely we’ll have more to report on said backwards compatibility program soon, as the Xbox One’s access to last-gen games keeps growing every week.