The backward compatibility train has rolled in once again, bringing with it three Castlevania games and the rumored original Just Cause.

First up, there’s the aforementioned Just Cause. Taking on the role of Rico Rodriguez, an undercover CIA operative specializing in regime change, you must try to overthrow a corrupt government in the South American island of San Esperito. Just Cause costs just £8.99/$9.99.

Just Cause 1 Trailer #1

Next, there’s Castlevania Lords of Shadow and its numbered sequel. These two games are decent entries in the series that play more like Sony’s God of War trilogy than the sidescrollers of old.

Castlevania : Lords of Shadow (PS3, Xbox 360) trailer E3 2009

The original Lords of Shadow isn’t available digitally yet, but you can simply insert your physical disc to get the game on your Xbox One. The sequel, however, costs a whopping £39.99/£34.99.

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Story Trailer

Lastly, there’s Castlevania: Mirror of Fate HD. A return to form for the series, Mirror of Fate HD is a sidescrolling game that plays falls in the middle between original Castlevania and the Lords of Shadow games. Castlevania – Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate HD is $14.99/£9.99.

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate HD Launch Trailer

Are these the games you wanted to become backward compatible? Tell us your wishes in the comments below.