Three more games just got added to the growing list of backward compatible Xbox 360 titles available on the Xbox One.
Major Nelson announced that Joe Danger 2: The Movie, Galaga Legions, and The Orange Box are available to play on the current-gen Xbox system as of this morning.
— / Larry Hryb / + 1m (@majornelson) October 20, 2016
Joe Danger 2: The Movie was developed by Hello Games, who went on to create No Man's Sky. Check out Matt Miller's review of the Xbox 360 release here.
Galaga Legions is a shoot 'em up based on the arcade classic. The DX remake, which was available in the Xbox Live Arcade, is already playable on the Xbox One. Dan Ryckert reviewed it here.
The Orange Box is a three-pack of Valve games that includes Half-Life 2 (plus episodes 1 and 2), the original Portal, and Team Fortress 2.
For the full list of backward compatible games, check out Major Nelson's blog.
[Source: Major Nelson on Twitter]
Correction: This story previously described The Orange Box as including Half-Life 2: Episode 2. The game actually includes Half-Life 2 and both subsequent stand-alone episodes.