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.

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden Deluxe Edition Switch Review

The Deluxe Edition of Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden on the Switch is far from the perfect port. The reduction in visual fidelity not only makes the game harder to enjoy, but makes sections of it tougher to complete. With that said, the underlying gameplay stands alongside the best tactical strategy games the Nintendo Switch has to offer, and the bundled Seed of Evil DLC is a welcome addition.

Our Rating: 8/10

Madden NFL 20 Review

Madden NFL 20 might just be the series' best outing to date. Between a less-oppressive Ultimate Team Mode, an excellent player career mode, and more exciting on-the-pitch plays it offers a whole lot of excellent content. Minor tweaks aside, Franchise mode could do with some love next year, but it isn't enough to dull these Friday Night Lights (sorry).

Our Rating: 9/10

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Review

A worthy successor to the legacy laid out by Symphony of the Night that stands on its own with a compelling new universe and highly customizable build system.

Our Rating: 9/10

Samurai Shodown Review Review

Solid fighting game mechanics that are easy to pick up yet highly competitive and rewarding to master. Solid online netcode. Disappointing single player offerings.

Our Rating: 8/10

F1 2019 Review

F1 2019 makes itself available to a bigger audience than ever before with its considerate difficulty curve and fan pleasing content additions.

Our Rating: 9/10

Void Bastards Review

Void Bastards might be the perfect introductory roguelite for beginners. Retaining all of your hard-earned weapons and upgrades across deaths – coupled with not starting on the same boring level with every new character – makes this a more user-friendly take on the genre than we’re used to. The nail-biting tension that it starts with doesn’t last for the entire journey, but it’s worth experiencing for the gorgeous aesthetic alone.

Our Rating: 8/10

Surviving Mars: Green Planet Review

Green Planet provides an end game and sense of conclusion to Surviving Mars, offering up enough challenge and new content to keep those already interested on the hook and perhaps even provoke some fence sitters to reach into their pockets and pay up for a ticket to a potential future.

Our Rating: 8/10

Warhammer Chaosbane Review

Despite some controller woes, Warhammer Chaosbane delivers a solid and robust action RPG experience that is certain to delight both hardcore and casual fans of the genre alike.

Our Rating: 8/10

Turtle Beach Recon 70 Wired Gaming Headset Review

Value for money and notable performance make the Recon 70 possibly the best budget headphone choice on the market

Our Rating: 8/10

Unruly Heroes Review

But for its claustrophobic close combat control system and difficulty spikes, Unruly Heroes is a fun and visually appeasing adventure platform worthy of your time.

Our Rating: 8/10

Team Sonic Racing Review

Team Sonic Racing is, above all else, a fun kart racing game that stumbles a little with difficulty spikes in single player and slow down in split screen multiplayer, Those looking for a challenging but welcoming racing game to play with friends and family are likely to get exactly what they're looking for.

Our Rating: 8/10

Castlevania Anniversary Collection Review

Near perfect ports of classic Dracula-slaying action with some barebones features make this collection a must-buy

Our Rating: 8/10

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen Review

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen still looks and feels just as good as it did way back in 2012 and I love it just as much now as I did then. It's a solid RPG that offers you that little bit extra and you will easily get hundreds of hours out of it if you're willing to put it the graft, which you can do a hell of a lot easier now you can take it on the go.

Our Rating: 8/10

Table Top Racing World Tour: Nitro Edition Review

A unique racing experience boasting a variety of game modes, once you grasp the controls and get past the loading screens, this upbeat racer is a great ride for thrill seekers.

Our Rating: 8/10

Mortal Kombat 11 Review

An easy to learn yet hard to master fighter with a feature rich package and plenty of content to keep players busy for tons of hours.

Our Rating: 9/10

Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 Review

Deceivingly easy to pick up and incredibly hard to master, Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 may just be the most addictive thing on the simulation genre menu.

Our Rating: 8/10

Borderlands: Game of the Year Review

Despite a few technical issues, Borderlands: Game of the Year is an amazing looter shooter remaster, and when played with a group of friends, is still one of the most enjoyable titles of the last decade.

Our Rating: 8/10

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review

Challenging and enthralling shinobi action with the usual From Software brand of difficulty, quirks and all.

Our Rating: 9/10

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Review

Over a decade after their first releases, the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy collates and returns the courtroom sleuth to the limelight in style. As funny and gripping as it ever was, fans of crime dramas as well as language and logic puzzles are going to love Wright's redux.

Our Rating: 8/10

The Division 2 - Review in Progress

So far, the game feels like it's great for solo players.

Our Rating: 9/10