Stuntman Ignition and Mad Tracks are among the most recent mini batch of Xbox 360 games made available for the Xbox One thanks to the magic of backwards compatibility.
Stuntman Ignition was the sequel to the PlayStation 2's (and Game Boy Advance's) Stuntman which released all the way back in 2007 for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and it even made its way on to the Mobile platform.
The game tasked players to play out movie scenes (for six fictional films) which involved performing a series of stunts and driving techniques. Sure it wasn't for everyone because it required a lot of trial and error, but those with the patience were rewarded with a satisfying replay of the complete scene which showcased all of your driving talents.
Mad Tracks, developed by Load Inc. (not to be confused with 1998's Mad Tracks developed by Rayland) and released for the PC and Xbox 360 in 2006 and 2007 respectively, is also available to play on the Xbox One.
The arcade racer boasted crazy tracks and a plethora of different game modes including Croquet, Bobsleigh and Candy Hunt and shares some visual likeness to the more recent Super Toy Cars which we are currently running a competition on.
Let us know in the comments if you've played any of the two games over the years.