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The best Xbox One games of all time

The Best Xbox One Games celebrate the must-have games on Microsoft’s next-gen console. However, the good thing about these best Xbox games is that they are still playable both on Xbox Series X and mostly on PC. Long live these great games!

So, with all the upcoming Xbox Series X titles and upcoming Xbox One titles, you’ll have plenty of time to browse through your Xbox One backlog.

Without further ado, let’s get to our picks for the best Xbox One games, which we’ll continue to update as new releases prove they’re worthy of a spot on the list. Oh, and if you see something you like here, be sure to check out our cheap Xbox games deals page – we’re always on the lookout for great deals on the biggest and best Xbox One games.

30.Final Fantasy 15

The name Final Fantasy isn’t exactly synonymous with Microsoft’s console, but we’re also happy that Final Fantasy 15 is one of the best RPGs of the year and one of the best Xbox One games. It mixes the vast open worlds of Western RPGs with the over-the-top anime absurdity that is the hallmark of Final Fantasy, creating a world based on the highways and roads of Central America while populating it with savage beasts, colossal crystals and mighty creatures. spell. There are times when Final Fantasy 15 feels like an idiosyncratic jumble of ideas, but when you put it all together – the weird world, the thrilling real-time combat, the lovable characters who stick with you on your journey. – a lot is going on. is greater than the sum of its parts. It has become one of the best Final Fantasy games through the ages. A game worth waiting for.

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29. Cup head

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After delays that may have caused some disinterest, Cuphead is here and instantly became one of the best Xbox One games of all time, especially if you like shooters. Although the presentation is beautifully crafted from 1930s cartoon art – things like Disney’s Betty Boop and Stupid Symphony shorts – it takes gameplay cues from sources like Mega Man, Contra, Metal Slug and Gunstar Heroes. The levels aren’t huge, but when dodging bullets and learning enemy patterns, it’s difficulty that counts, not size. It all tests your skills and reactions in a number of interesting ways, and most importantly, it’s fun to eat.

28. Halo: The Master Chief Collection

The Best Xbox One Games - Halo: The Master Chief Collection

*complaint hooks* Yes, we’re well aware of the issues plaguing this particular entry, but now that it’s working, there’s no doubting the craftsmanship here and its place on our list of the best Xbox One games. Bungie genius meets 343 love in a bundle that truly does justice to an industry-shattering legacy. Polished, polished, and put back in the display case, The Master Chief Collection makes us wonder if Halo has always looked this good. And you know? More or less done.

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27. NieR: Automatons – Become Like Gods Edition

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A bit late for Xbox One party, but worth the wait as Nier: Automata – Become as Gods Edition brings a 4K version of Platinum’s esoteric action adventure with additional DLC and costumes. This is a strange and unusual game about androids that challenges the nature of existence by defeating robots and paying clever homages to other games – when you don’t master the stunt shooter , the camera plays him at angles that turn him into something like a top-down shooter, or side-slipping brawler. Other cool ideas see things like a chip system that allows you to automate parts of the game that you might struggle with. For example, if you’re not very good at dodging, an auto-evade chip can take care of that for you while keeping all other aspects of combat under your control. A strange, creative and fascinating game comes to Xbox in its most definitive version.

26. Rainbow Six Siege

The best Xbox One games - Rainbow Six Siege

The first few minutes of the Rainbow Six: Siege game look like a movie much sharper than a hot FPS. The crackle of war-booted feet can be heard from the roof. Defenders Sets up Home Alone defenses. Was it a whining landing loop? A sense of suspense that beats most horror games. And once the apocalypse strikes, you’re suddenly thrown into the middle of a deep, strategic, and brutally ruthless war. Matured with tactical options and designed for “one more time” appeal, this is by far the smartest multiplayer shooter on Xbox One.

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25. Rise of the Tomb Raider

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23. Wolfenstein 2: The New Giant Statue

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Wolfenstein: The New Order is one of the most unique, wild, gritty, funny and clever shooters of the generation. MachineGames’ sequel, The New Colossus, confidently doubles down on all that. Bringing BJ Blazkowicz’s highly personal battle in the ’60s alternate universe and transferring it to a Nazi-ruled America, The New Colossus is uncompromisingly relevant. A smart, sensitive and emotional discussion of callousness, prejudice and cruelty, but still knows how to be fun. A biting portrait of human failures and societal horrors, he bites with huge robot teeth and ax blades. It’s a game that exemplifies heart and brain from start to finish, but never with such a seamless flair when it comes to the noble art of tearing Nazis apart in bloody, ballistic fashion.

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22. Devil May Cry 5

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Capcom has outdone itself the devil may cry 5Build the best parts of the Ninja Theory shard DM In terms of aesthetics and style, then mixed heavy action and a cast of fan favorites, it harkens back to the series’ beloved and heart-pounding history. Our three heroes – Nero, Dante, and tricky newcomer V – all have different and superior combat skills, with fantastic weapons (or animal companions, in V’s case) for wildly different playstyles. Ours Devil May Cry 5 review he says it beautifully: “Looks better than ever, plays better than ever – Devil May Cry is better than ever.”

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21. Resident Evil 2 Remake

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There are flashbacks and then Resident Evil 2 remake. The decision to completely recreate the horror classic with a game that not only honors the 1996 original, but also feels impactful and relevant, has paid off. It takes the original setup of a zombie outbreak in Raccoon City and creates amazing gameplay with new controls and a cool and scary camera as you fight zombies, jump in fear and watch MR X always on the hunt for survival . It’s a stylish, beautiful and necessary purchase for horror and action fans.

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The best Xbox One games of all time

The best Xbox One games are a celebration of the absolute must-plays on Microsoft’s last-generation console. But, the great thing about these top Xbox titles is that they’re still playable both on the Xbox Series X and, mostly, also on PC. So long live these really awesome games!
So aside from all the upcoming Xbox Series X games and upcoming Xbox One games on the horizon, you’ll have plenty of time to play through your Xbox One backlog. 
Without further ado, let’s get into our picks for the best Xbox One games, which we’ll keep updating as new releases prove they deserve a spot on the list. Oh, and be sure to check out our cheap Xbox game deals page if you see anything you fancy here – we’re always on the lookout for bargains concerning the biggest and best Xbox One games.
30. Final Fantasy 15

The Final Fantasy name isn’t exactly synonymous with Microsoft’s console, but we’re happy just the same as Final Fantasy 15 is easily one of the best RPGs of the year, and one of the best Xbox One games. It blends the vast open-worlds of Western RPGs with Final Fantasy’s hallmark over-the-top anime absurdity to great effect, crafting a world based on the highways and byways of Middle America while filling that world with ferocious monsters, massive crystals, and powerful magic. There are times when Final Fantasy 15 feels like an idiosyncratic mishmash of ideas, but when you throw everything together – the strange world, the thrilling, real-time combat, the lovable characters who stick with you for your entire journey – it becomes something much greater than the sum of its parts. It becomes one of the best Final Fantasy games in ages; a game well worth the wait.
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29. Cuphead

After delays that led to maybe just a touch of apathy, Cuphead is here and has instantly become one of the best Xbox One games of all time – especially if you like shooters. While the presentation is crafted beautifully from 1930 cartoon art – things like Betty Boop shorts and Disney’s Silly Symphonies – this takes gameplay cues from sources like Mega Man, Contra, Metal Slug, and Gunstar Heroes. The levels aren’t huge but it’s the challenge, not the size that matters here as you dodge bullets and learn enemy patterns. Everything tests your skills and reactions in a range of interesting ways and, most importantly, are a joy to beat. 
28. Halo: Master Chief Collection

*braces for complaints* Yes, we are well aware of the problems that plagued this particular entry, but now that it works, there’s no doubting the craftsmanship here and its place in our best Xbox One games list. Bungie’s genius meets 343’s love in a package that truly does justice to an industry-shaking legacy. Buffed-up, revarnished and back in the shop window, The Master Chief Collection leaves us to wonder if Halo always looked so lovely. And you know what? It more or less did.
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27. NieR: Automata – Become as Gods Edition

It’s a little late to the Xbox One party but a wait that’s been worthwhile as Nier: Automata – Become as Gods Edition, brings a 4K edition of Platinum’s esoteric action adventure complete with DLC and extra costumes. It’s a strange and unusual game about androids questioning the nature of existence via beating up robots and cleverly crafted homages to other games – when you’re not mastering the acrobatic gunplay, the camera plays with angles that turn this into things like a topdown shooter, or aside scrolling brawler. Other interesting ideas see things like a chip system that lets you automate parts of the game you might struggle with. For example, if you’re not great at dodging, an auto-evade chip can take care of that for you, while leaving every other facet of combat under your control. It’s odd, inventive and fascinating game hitting Xbox in its most definitive edition. 
26. Rainbow Six Siege

The first few minutes of a Rainbow Six: Siege match feel more like a slasher film than an all-guns-blazing FPS. The pitter-patter of combat booted feet sounds through the roof. Defenders erect Home Alone defences. Was that the whine of a rappel buckle? It’s a sense of tension that beats most horror games. And once all hell does break loose, you’re suddenly thrown into the midst of deep, strategical, brutally unforgiving warfare. Ripe with tactical options and built for “one more go” appeal, this is by far Xbox One’s smartest multiplayer shooter.
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25. Rise of the Tomb Raider

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24. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

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23. Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus

Wolfenstein: The New Order is one of the most unique, brutal, brave, hilarious, and intelligent shooters of the generation so far. MachineGames’ sequel, The New Colossus, confidently doubles down on all of that. Moving BJ Blazkowicz’s very personal war further into the alternative-universe ’60s, and transposing it to an America under Nazi rule, The New Colossus is uncompromisingly relevant. It’s a smart, sensitive, and emotive discussion of callousness, prejudice, and cruelty, that nevertheless knows how to be fun at all times. A biting portrait of human failures and social horrors, that does its biting with big robot teeth and hatchet blades. It’s a game that exemplifies heart and brains throughout, but never with more unremitting flair than when it comes to the noble art of tearing Nazis to shreds with bloody and balletic style.
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22. Devil May Cry 5 

Capcom has outdone itself with Devil May Cry 5, building off all the best bits of Ninja Theory’s brilliant DmC in terms of aesthetic and style, then calling back to the series’ beloved, finger-blistering history with its combo-heavy action and cast of fan-favorite characters. Our three heroes – Nero, Dante, and dapper newcomer V – all have distinct, over-the-top fighting techniques featuring fantastical weaponry (or animal companions, in V’s case) for wildly divergent playstyles. Our Devil May Cry 5 review puts it nicely: “It looks better than ever, plays better than ever – it’s Devil May Cry better than ever.” 
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21. Resident Evil 2 Remake 

There are comebacks and then there’s Resident Evil 2 Remake. The decision to completely recreate the horror classic with a game that not only honours the 1996 original, but feels just as influential and relevant has paid off. It takes the original set up of a zombie outbreak in Raccoon City and crafts a gorgeous looking game with new controls and camera that feels as fresh as it does scary, as you fight zombies, jump scares and the always chasing MR X to stay alive. It’s a slick, great looking and an essential buy for horror and action fans alike. 
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See the top 20 best Xbox One games by reading on!

#Xbox #games #time

The best Xbox One games of all time

The best Xbox One games are a celebration of the absolute must-plays on Microsoft’s last-generation console. But, the great thing about these top Xbox titles is that they’re still playable both on the Xbox Series X and, mostly, also on PC. So long live these really awesome games!
So aside from all the upcoming Xbox Series X games and upcoming Xbox One games on the horizon, you’ll have plenty of time to play through your Xbox One backlog. 
Without further ado, let’s get into our picks for the best Xbox One games, which we’ll keep updating as new releases prove they deserve a spot on the list. Oh, and be sure to check out our cheap Xbox game deals page if you see anything you fancy here – we’re always on the lookout for bargains concerning the biggest and best Xbox One games.
30. Final Fantasy 15

The Final Fantasy name isn’t exactly synonymous with Microsoft’s console, but we’re happy just the same as Final Fantasy 15 is easily one of the best RPGs of the year, and one of the best Xbox One games. It blends the vast open-worlds of Western RPGs with Final Fantasy’s hallmark over-the-top anime absurdity to great effect, crafting a world based on the highways and byways of Middle America while filling that world with ferocious monsters, massive crystals, and powerful magic. There are times when Final Fantasy 15 feels like an idiosyncratic mishmash of ideas, but when you throw everything together – the strange world, the thrilling, real-time combat, the lovable characters who stick with you for your entire journey – it becomes something much greater than the sum of its parts. It becomes one of the best Final Fantasy games in ages; a game well worth the wait.
PC Deals682 Amazon customer reviews☆☆☆☆☆1 deals availableDownload$45.88$16.39ViewWe check over 250 million products every day for the best prices
29. Cuphead

After delays that led to maybe just a touch of apathy, Cuphead is here and has instantly become one of the best Xbox One games of all time – especially if you like shooters. While the presentation is crafted beautifully from 1930 cartoon art – things like Betty Boop shorts and Disney’s Silly Symphonies – this takes gameplay cues from sources like Mega Man, Contra, Metal Slug, and Gunstar Heroes. The levels aren’t huge but it’s the challenge, not the size that matters here as you dodge bullets and learn enemy patterns. Everything tests your skills and reactions in a range of interesting ways and, most importantly, are a joy to beat. 
28. Halo: Master Chief Collection

*braces for complaints* Yes, we are well aware of the problems that plagued this particular entry, but now that it works, there’s no doubting the craftsmanship here and its place in our best Xbox One games list. Bungie’s genius meets 343’s love in a package that truly does justice to an industry-shaking legacy. Buffed-up, revarnished and back in the shop window, The Master Chief Collection leaves us to wonder if Halo always looked so lovely. And you know what? It more or less did.
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27. NieR: Automata – Become as Gods Edition

It’s a little late to the Xbox One party but a wait that’s been worthwhile as Nier: Automata – Become as Gods Edition, brings a 4K edition of Platinum’s esoteric action adventure complete with DLC and extra costumes. It’s a strange and unusual game about androids questioning the nature of existence via beating up robots and cleverly crafted homages to other games – when you’re not mastering the acrobatic gunplay, the camera plays with angles that turn this into things like a topdown shooter, or aside scrolling brawler. Other interesting ideas see things like a chip system that lets you automate parts of the game you might struggle with. For example, if you’re not great at dodging, an auto-evade chip can take care of that for you, while leaving every other facet of combat under your control. It’s odd, inventive and fascinating game hitting Xbox in its most definitive edition. 
26. Rainbow Six Siege

The first few minutes of a Rainbow Six: Siege match feel more like a slasher film than an all-guns-blazing FPS. The pitter-patter of combat booted feet sounds through the roof. Defenders erect Home Alone defences. Was that the whine of a rappel buckle? It’s a sense of tension that beats most horror games. And once all hell does break loose, you’re suddenly thrown into the midst of deep, strategical, brutally unforgiving warfare. Ripe with tactical options and built for “one more go” appeal, this is by far Xbox One’s smartest multiplayer shooter.
PC Deals610 Amazon customer reviews☆☆☆☆☆3 deals availableDownload$70.18$8.49ViewFree trial$49.99$40ViewFree trial$56.99ViewWe check over 250 million products every day for the best prices
25. Rise of the Tomb Raider

$65.48$5.49View$52View$86.70ViewWe check over 250 million products every day for the best prices
24. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

$23.97ViewReduced Price$59.99$28.99View$59.99ViewShow More DealsWe check over 250 million products every day for the best prices
23. Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus

Wolfenstein: The New Order is one of the most unique, brutal, brave, hilarious, and intelligent shooters of the generation so far. MachineGames’ sequel, The New Colossus, confidently doubles down on all of that. Moving BJ Blazkowicz’s very personal war further into the alternative-universe ’60s, and transposing it to an America under Nazi rule, The New Colossus is uncompromisingly relevant. It’s a smart, sensitive, and emotive discussion of callousness, prejudice, and cruelty, that nevertheless knows how to be fun at all times. A biting portrait of human failures and social horrors, that does its biting with big robot teeth and hatchet blades. It’s a game that exemplifies heart and brains throughout, but never with more unremitting flair than when it comes to the noble art of tearing Nazis to shreds with bloody and balletic style.
PC Deals311 Amazon customer reviews☆☆☆☆☆2 deals availableDownload$52.38$16.09View$54.99ViewWe check over 250 million products every day for the best prices
22. Devil May Cry 5 

Capcom has outdone itself with Devil May Cry 5, building off all the best bits of Ninja Theory’s brilliant DmC in terms of aesthetic and style, then calling back to the series’ beloved, finger-blistering history with its combo-heavy action and cast of fan-favorite characters. Our three heroes – Nero, Dante, and dapper newcomer V – all have distinct, over-the-top fighting techniques featuring fantastical weaponry (or animal companions, in V’s case) for wildly divergent playstyles. Our Devil May Cry 5 review puts it nicely: “It looks better than ever, plays better than ever – it’s Devil May Cry better than ever.” 
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21. Resident Evil 2 Remake 

There are comebacks and then there’s Resident Evil 2 Remake. The decision to completely recreate the horror classic with a game that not only honours the 1996 original, but feels just as influential and relevant has paid off. It takes the original set up of a zombie outbreak in Raccoon City and crafts a gorgeous looking game with new controls and camera that feels as fresh as it does scary, as you fight zombies, jump scares and the always chasing MR X to stay alive. It’s a slick, great looking and an essential buy for horror and action fans alike. 
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