10 Best Xbox One Games So Far!
Mortal Kombat X
Undoubtedly, the defining one in the series MKX may be the prime of its franchise, but it does come with flaws! Shameless micro-transactions and inconsistent character models. Still, it’s one hell-of-a-game! More shocking fatalities slick visuals an interesting story Enjoyable online play And several new fighters! Plus you get to play 3 different versions of each character! How cool is that?
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition
Lara is back! It’s – more or less – the same game.. with added boost in quality and a multiplayer mode is a joy on the Xbox One. We love the realistic character progression. Lara starts off innocent and clean – Then eventually gets ruthless and dirty. The plot and supporting characters need a bit of work. But the action, the tomb raiding, dungeons challenges and relic hunting were stellar!
Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin
We thought this was a new DLC for Dark Souls 2. It’s a repackage of the original DS2! Complete with the Crown Trilogy DLC, remastered visuals and 60 frames per second goodness. Oh, and tons of improvements in its core and online play. …But beware! Much like the original, it’s one tough game to crack!
Forza Horizon 2
It’s an open-world racer set in Southern Europe…and if you played the first game, this is three times bigger! You have a choice of more than 200 cars, each distinct and carefully-designed. The races are fun and exciting. The visuals are gorgeous, especially at night! And, most of all, pesky micro-transactions are no more! Stunning scenery and engine revving. What a contrast.
Dragon Age: Inquisition
More on BioWare’s good points with some shortcomings. Inquisition’s world is one sight to behold – vast and majestic. It has a wonderful cast of interesting characters! You’ll find yourself spending a lot of time talking to them…and even getting occasional laughs. Combat can be tedious. And…yes, there are some bugs. But not enough to hinder you from enjoying the game!
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
The most visually-appealing Lord of the Rings game so far. It’s open-world appears massive and there are many orcs for you to slay! The combat animations are exceptionally fluid. With the Nemesis system, you’ll never get bored fighting the same foe again and again! We urge you to follow through the main quests first. Powerful abilities don’t appear until halfway through the story!
Minecraft: Xbox One Edition
With a whopping 36x larger world compared to the 360 version! This edition makes you want to explore and build even more. Offering a boundless potential on creativity. Minecraft is the perfect game for the creative minds. Sharper visuals and a 60 fps upgrade, hunting for ingredients or building has never been this smooth. This game never ceases to amaze me.
Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition
After 2 years of patching, Diablo III finally reached its full potential! Ultimate Evil Edition plays and looks fantastic. It’s packaged with the Repears of Soul DLC! Adventure mode is addicting! A 1080p resolution, with an almost constant 60 fps. And most bugs that plagued D3 on its release have been patched! We found a problem, though. Some classes aren’t suited for solo play.
Ori and the Blind Forest
One of the most compelling games we ever played. It looks gorgeous and playing it is so rewarding. The intro was emotional and left me speechless If you love puzzles and games with meaningful stories, this is it! beautiful graphics solid platforming and the soundtrack – perfect! But it can be frustrating at times… Difficulty is uneven and some levels play like a trial-and-error.
Grand Theft Auto V
Smashing record sales, garnering almost every kind of award, getting high praises, and even violent criticisms, GTA 5 is one hell of a game! Set in Los Santos City, a detailed and expansive virtual playground for anarchy. GTA 5 boasts the best writing and voice acting done in video games so far. with breathtaking visuals a new first-person mode. and thrilling heists missions.