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With the recent addition of three Bioshock games, Xbox offers Lost Odyssey for free to celebrate its 300+ back-compatibility titles achievement.
Larry Bird, aka Major Nelson, shared a tweet yesterday announcing the arrival of Lost Odyssey available for free until December 31.
— / Larry Hryb / (@majornelson) December 13, 2016
It was also yesterday that Phil Spencer, head of Xbox division at Microsoft, said that almost 50% of all Xbox One owners make use of the backward-compatibility feature.
Now over 300 back compat titles. Nearly 50% of XB1 owners playing BC games is great to see. Thanks for supporting the program.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) December 13, 2016
Lost Odyssey has been available for back-compatibility since September 29.
Don’t wait until the last day. Go to Xbox.com and look for Lost Odyssey right now. The Japanese RPG game, released in 2007, was developed by Mistwalker and Feelplus for the Xbox 360, with Nobuo Uematsu as composer, and Hironobu Sakaguchi along with Kiyoshi Shigematsu as writers.
[Source]: @MajorNelson (Twitter).