The\u00a0classic Xbox 360 RPG Lost Odyssey\u00a0is free to download on Xbox One for a limited time. Well this is an unexpected treat. To mark the Xbox One Backward Compatibility catalogue reaching\u00a0300 games, the Xbox 360 JRPG\u00a0Lost Odyssey is now available to download for free. The offer lasts until 31st December and gives Xbox One owners the chance to savour an underrated game from Final Fantasy legend,\u00a0Hironobu Sakaguchi. Other notable names\u00a0who contributed to Lost Odyssey include author Kiyoshi Shigematsu and\u00a0legendary composer Nobuo Uematsu,\u00a0whose score for the game is one of our favourites. The game was originally released in the West in 2008. Developed by Mistwalker Studioes, it was part of last generation effort by Microsoft to court Japanese RPG talent. Sakaguchi and Uematsu had previously\u00a0contributed to another Xbox 360\u00a0exclusive title, Blue Dragon. Lost Odyssey is\u00a0not without its flaws but\u00a0the story of\u00a0immortal warrior Kaim is a typically epic JPRG assembled with some beautiful flourishes that is\u00a0worth revisiting. And this time round you don\u2019t have to juggle four discs to play the game. The fact that\u00a0the Xbox One backwards compatibility programme\u00a0has now reached 300 titles also deserves comment. Whilst every game\u00a0isn\u2019t perfectly optimised, it\u2019s a pretty remarkable achievement that\u00a0has given the Xbox One a genuine \u2013 and valuable \u2013 point of difference from its\u00a0PlayStation competitor.