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Dragon’s Lair, Jurassic Park, and more come to Backward Compatibility

The Xbox One’s library of playable Xbox 360 titles keeps on growing. These range from big names like Sonic the Hedgehog to games you might not have heard about, like Blue Dragon. This week’s batch of games includes the arcade classic Dragon’s Lair, Telltale’s Jurassic Park, cycling game Tour De France 2011, and Battlestations: Midway. […]
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