Today, Xbox’s Larry Hryb announced via Twitter that TimeShift, Assault Heroes 2 and Commanders: Attack of the Genos have all been added to the Xbox One via Backward Compatibility.
The news came via the following tweet:
— Larry Hryb 💬 (@majornelson) April 25, 2017
For those that don’t know: TimeShift, which is perhaps the most notable game of this trio, was developed by Saber Interactive — the team behind the upcoming NBA Playgrounds — and publisher Sierra Entertainment. It was a first-person shooter that released in 2007. Assault Heroes 2 and Commanders: Attack of the Genos, were developed by Wanako Studios and Southend Interactive respectively. Both were published by Sierra Online and released in 2008.
A full list of games available via Backward Compatibility can be found here.