The Best Xbox One Games

The Xbox One may have had a troubled launch, but since then Microsoft have made huge positive steps to make amends. Not only do we now have the uber-powerful Xbox One X; the most powerful console on the market, making up for the underpowered initial model, we also have the Xbox One S that supports 4K Blu-ray playback!

On top of that Microsoft launched Game Pass, their monthly subscription games library that is growing quickly and includes Microsoft's own first part releases as and when they released. It's now a great console and features some amazing games. Here are our favourites.

Maneater Review

Once Maneater sinks its jaws into you, you will be entertained from start to finish.

Our Rating: 9/10

Saints Row: The Third Remastered Review

A stunning remaster of an incredibly entertaining game, Saints Row: The Third Remastered more than justifies its existence in a world dominated by Grand Theft Auto V.

Our Rating: 8/10

John Wick: Hex Review

With its disposable plot and bizarre genre choice, John Wick: Hex is not for all fans of the high octane movie franchise but turn-based strategy fans will certainly get a lot out of this experience.

Our Rating: 8/10

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 Review

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4, then, is not only the best Pirate Warriors game to date - as you would expect - but maybe, just maybe, the best Musou game available at the moment. Despite the reused story assets that may cheapen the experienced for seasoned Pirate Warriors vets, Omega Force once again prove they are the kings of their craft with this glorious, delicious slice into anime mayhem. Sit down, Hyrule Warriors. You aren’t the pinnacle anymore.

Our Rating: 8/10

Moving Out Review

Moving out provides a lot of laughs and whilst being widly fun and has a great style, it isn't anything groundbreaking.

Our Rating: 8/10

Fury Unleashed Review

Caught within a comic book, fight your way through as the protagonist Fury to help your creator overcome his doubt as an artist. A devilishly fun and extremely difficult rougelite that thankfully doesn't penalize you as harshly for dying as some within this genre. There is a steep learning curve in "Hard Mode" (technically normal mode) but there is an "Easy Mode" option with customizable parameters to make the game more accessible. Shoot, loot, and keep your combo going to shield you from enemies and collect health with each kill. You can even complete a whole run on one continuous combo, are you up to the task?

Our Rating: 8/10

Biped Review

A short but challenging puzzler with a lot of entertainment value to be mined from the quirky control mechanics and cute visuals.

Our Rating: 8/10

Gigantosaurus Review

From top to bottom, Gigantosaurus is easy to grasp and offers the right level of challenge and flexibility for children to pick up and play.

Our Rating: 8/10

Moons of Madness Review

Thoughtful survival-based mechanics paired with some deeply unsettling Lovecraftian horror make Moons of Madness a must-have for fans of scary video games.

Our Rating: 9/10

Resident Evil 3 Review

Resident Evil 3 is a worthy successor to the Resident Evil 2 remake in every respect. A perfect reimagining and one of the best entries in the Resident Evil franchise.

Our Rating: 10/10

Saint's Row IV: Re-elected Review

Saints Row IV: Re-Elected is crude, violent, vulgar, offensive, and extremely fun to play. It is absolutely over-the-top in all of the right ways and is sure to provide you with countless hours of hilarious, explosive action. Grab yourself a copy and kill some aliens, blow some stuff up, and save the whole damn planet.

Our Rating: 8/10

PuroGamer Volume Limiting Gaming Headset Review

Comfortable, clear and with plenty of depth of sound. Puro Sound Labs have created a near-perfect headset.

Our Rating: 9/10

Ori & the Will of the Wisps Review

Ori and the Will of the Wisps is a bold and ambitious sequel and I really did not want to put it down when I was done. You owe to yourself to give it a try.

Our Rating: 9/10

Bloodroots Review

Bloodroots is a fantastic indie action game - it looks gorgeous, it plays even better. If you're a fan of games like Hotline Miami or even just action games in general, this is one worth checking out.

Our Rating: 8/10

DOOM Eternal Review

Despite its rather lacklustre story, and irritating platforming mechanics, Doom Eternal takes all the best elements from its prequel, polishes, refines and adds a mixture of new strategy, combat and gunplay elements to produce one of the most enjoyable FPS on the market today.

Our Rating: 9/10

Hayfever Review

Retro in a way rarely touched on in modern gaming, Hayfever is a fun but challenging platformer with plenty of charm to spare.

Our Rating: 9/10

Eastshade Review

Easy to play, even easier to lose yourself in, Eastshade is a beautiful storytelling experience unlike anything else seen in the RPG genre.

Our Rating: 9/10

Warriors Orochi 4: Ultimate Review

Loud, colourful, and chaotic. Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate is a more than worthy addition to the long-running, entertaining franchise.

Our Rating: 8/10

Two Point Hospital Review

Two Point Hospital is entertaining, quirky and very funny. It has a nice learning curve and its gameplay never gets stale. It improves on the game that influenced it in most areas and does not try to re-invent what was a good game to start with. I really enjoyed it a lot and I think most people will to.

Our Rating: 9/10

The Suicide of Rachel Foster Review

The Suicide of the Rachel Foster is a masterpiece in atmospheric storytelling. The slow-paced unveiling of the truth is crafted meticulously, and whilst the ultimate ending is a little disappointing, that doesn’t make the journey any less thrilling. The game knows exactly how to manipulate emotions and does so throughout. Equal parts intriguing, frightening, disturbing, and thrilling, The Suicide of Rachel Foster sets a new high-bar for the already strong first person exploration genre.

Our Rating: 9/10