Goat Simulator and Child of Eden now Xbox One backwards compatible

The kids are back.

The Xbox One has received a bumper crop of old games today as Goat Simulator, Child of Eden and King of Fighters Sky Stage were added to the backward compatibility library.

Goat Simulator is already available on the Xbox One, but if you bought it on 360 before getting your shiny new console then you don’t have to get it again now. It’s weird, but thanks?

Child of Eden, which was made originally to show off the Kinect’s move detection capability, can now be played with a controller on Xbox One since it doesn’t support the old Kinect.

And King of Fighters Sky Stage is a King of Fighters game. Have at it, fighting fans. Again.

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