Microsoft has announced that two last-gen classics are now backwards compatible with the Xbox One: Rockstar’s Bully and the tantalizing Atlus drama, Catherine.
In a press release, Xbox detailed Bully: Scholarship Edition’s backward compatibility, saying:
The Rockstar Games tradition of groundbreaking, original gameplay and humorous tongue-in-cheek storytelling invades the schoolyard in Bully: Scholarship Edition, now playable on Xbox One with Backward Compatibility. […] Digital Xbox 360 game owners now get instant access to the game on Xbox One, so they can download it from the “Ready to Install” section of their Xbox One and play it at-will.
Physical game owners can just insert the Xbox 360 game disc into their Xbox One and start playing. Your original Bully: Scholarship Edition game saves will also transfer if you previously saved your game via the Cloud Saves feature on Xbox 360. If you don’t already have it, the game is available to purchase directly from the Games Store on Xbox One.
Along with this announcement, Microsoft also confirmed that Atlus’ puzzle platformer Catherine will also be playable on the console as of today.
If you have an Xbox One, be sure to check these niche classics out for yourself. Bully was also recently released for mobile devices, which you can read more about here.