A pair of Tom Clancy games have joined the ranks of Microsoft's ever-swelling Xbox One backwards compatibility lineup.

First up is Tom Clancy's EndWar, which after checking I'm shocked to discover has just turned ten-years-old. Blimey. The game takes place around the outbreak of World War III, and takes the form of a real-time tactics romp; sadly, the game didn't do that great commercially, resulting in the planned sequel being canned.

The second game now available on Xbox One is arcade flight sim Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X., which arrived in 2009 and is set around the same time as Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2. Unlike EndWar, H.A.W.X. did get a sequel, which turned up just a year later.

Both games can be played on your Xbox One by popping in the original Xbox 360 disc, or downloaded to the console if you own them digitally. 

Failing that, you can pick them up on the Microsoft Store if you don't already own them.

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