Top 10 Best Xbox One Games So Far
Opening our list is The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Follow the White Wolf and The Child of Prophecy in this epic dark-fantasy adventure that ultimately makes Game of Thrones look like a children’s book. Slay ugly monsters, cast spells, bang sorceresses, sail to creepy castles and defeat the evil called The Wild Hunt. A PlayScore of 9th Place is Overwatch Blizzard’s original IP in 17 years has redefined the MMOFPS genre. Pick between 21 diverse characters both lovable and maniacal in this fast paced game that is blended with intensity and fun! Are you with me? A PlayScore of 8th belongs to Forza Horizon 2 Forza Horizon, every racing gamer’s paradise. This Microsoft exclusive game expands the open-world feel to up to three times, making it larger than the first Forza Horizon game. It also introduces its first dynamic weather system to add a depth of realism. Can you imagine driving in a vast Italian landscape with a Lamborghini Huracan? A PlayScore of 7th is Dragon Age: Inquisition BioWare powers their passion for original storytelling to give you Inquisition.
One of the best-rated RPG games of its year. Customize your ideal “Inquisitor” and save the world from the evil that unfolds before it. Traverse around its detailed universe with dragons, magic and unforgettable characters with tactical combat and most of all, it’s engaging story. A PlayScore of 6th Place is Dark Souls III Praise the sun! Not only does this game give you the ability to rage-quit at most times, it also gives you the satisfaction of killing that one damn boss that made you die 20 times! Dark Souls III is filled with interesting monster designs in a Gothic-fueled world that probably should not be the best place for you to live in.
Hell, if it’s not easy- Goddamit. A PlayScore of 5th is Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Kojima’s Konami Legacy marks this spot with precision and ingenuity. The Phantom Pain revolutionized the stealth-action genre with its emergent gameplay andencourages players to experiment and perform impressive, if not crazy feats. The story remains a subject for criticism but the amount of possibilities in its rewarding stealth gameplay and the addition of Metal Gear Online is enough for fans to bask in the greatness of The Man Who Sold The World. A PlayScore of 4th spot is Forza Motorsport 6 A Microsoft Exclusive. This is the 8th entry to the Forza Series and it is their strongest so far. Featuring a new gameplay mechanic that affects your car due to weather, the game adds a sense of challenge for players who want to race. Packed with over 400 cars and a story mode worth 70 hours, how can you not love this racing game? A PlayScore of 3rd on our list is Ori And The Blind Forest Ori is a lovable quest filled with poignant moments, thrilling momentum and downright gorgeous in its visuals.
This platformer breaks Indie records with various critical acclaims. From moments of heartbreak to the tension of escaping through an erupting volcano, Ori remains pure. It is heartbreaking as it is beautiful. *sobs A PlayScore of 2nd best is Fallout 4 The Boston wasteland is yours for the taking! Travel around the Commonwealth and beyond for an adventure of a lifetime to find your BABY!~ The mystery fuels on as you go through every side-quest to Preston Garvey’s absurd requests! No one can deny that this is the biggest Fallout game to date. A PlayScore of Here are the runners-up before we reveal the number one. And the best Xbox One game so far is none other than Grand Theft Auto V All aboard Los Santos, boys. Rockstar promised us big and we got big.
GTA V is a modern gem as it never ceases to amaze us with its spectacular visuals and compelling story. The world breathes with life and every nook and cranny is filled with great detail. A critically acclaimed wonder with a PlayScore of 9.00.
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