BioShock: The Collection has been recently released for Xbox One, featuring three games remastered for the current console generation. However, it's a separate bundle that Xbox One users needed to purchase again even if they had all three games for Xbox 360. But now finally, Microsoft has added backward compatibility support for the original 360 games.
The Xbox Backward Compatibility was a long awaited feature for Xbox One owners since the console's launch. It has became a huge success with a still growing list of available games. This time Microsoft has added 3 Xbox 360 games at once: now you can enjoy playing "Shadowrun", "Space Ark", and "Shotest Shogi" once again. With the latest additions (and the ones that have been added on December 4 — "Garou: Mark of the Wolves", "Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project" and "Sonic the Fighters'), the Backward Compatibility list now contains 301 games.