Improve your old times in Trials Evolution now that it's Xbox One compatible


Ninja Gaiden 3 also joins the backward compatibility list

It's wild to think about where Trials started and how far the series has gone. For better or worse, it's an institution at this point. If you're ever feeling wistful about the care-free Xbox Live Arcade days, it's not too late to revisit Trials Evolution and rekindle your dormant leaderboard feuds. The challenging time-trial platformer is playable on Xbox One through the backward compatibility program.

Trials HD is also compatible, in case you missed that news, but Evolution is arguably the fan favorite. While I still enjoy the series to this day, most of my fond memories are tied up with these two titles.

And that's not all for Xbox 360 fans. Not long ago, Microsoft added support for Ninja Gaiden II on Xbox One, and as of today, it's possible to continue Ryu's crimson-soaked saga on the same console. Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge is backward compatible. Ayane, Momiji, and Kasumi the gang's all here.

I have zero interest in Ninja Gaiden 3, if I'm being blunt, but it's good to see all three games represented.

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