The Xbox One launch is a huge deal, with a big chunk of the $500 price tag reserved for games, with the full Xbox One bundle starting at $499.
This is one of the first games that we’ve been able to test for you, and as usual, we can’t wait to see how it plays.
As you might expect, 8 pack is one to pick up if you’re looking for a good entry point for a gaming system.
We picked out a handful of titles to start with, as well as a couple that are going to make you really excited for the console’s launch.
We picked up an interesting selection of first-party Xbox games on launch day, and here are our picks of the top picks.
This is the first of the games that you can download right now, so you’ll need to have the latest update to play them.
It’s an interesting title from the makers of the highly-popular The Elder Scrolls series, which makes for a nice contrast with the console launch title.
This has to be one of our favourite games on Xbox One right now.
This game is set in a fantasy setting, with an emphasis on magic and storytelling.
You get to pick a class, a job and a magic spell.
It feels very much like an entry-level title, but it’s definitely worth the price of admission.
You can download the game right now right here and we have a few more to pick from below.
As mentioned earlier, we have two games to pick out for our review, one for the standard Xbox One console and one for those who want to play on the Xbox 360.
These two games have a very similar feel to each other, with some of the same mechanics and visuals, but the Xbox versions have a bit more depth to them.
The Xbox 360 versions have more depth in their combat and in their visuals, and they’re also a bit heavier on the graphics.
We’ve also got another two games that will be available for purchase as part of the Xbox one’s bundle, so it’s a good opportunity to pick them up as well.
We also have two more titles that will not be available as part the console or PC bundle.
These are some of our favourites from the Xbox console’s first year.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an action-adventure game set in an open world, but you can play it on your Xbox One, or it’s available for free on the PC.
The title’s main focus is to explore and slay monsters, but its a fantastic open-world game that also has a number of puzzle elements to it.
The game has been praised by many reviewers, and its worth picking up.
The Witcher 3 is also a very solid title with a lot of replayability.
We have a new game for you today, and it’s another one that has to do with the Xbox games that have been released so far.
It has a slightly different feel to other titles in the series, with elements of puzzle and stealth.
The title is set on the fictional continent of Toussaint, where you’ll travel around a vast medieval landscape.
We’re not sure why this game is only available on the console, but we’re happy to see it.
The Wolfenstein: The New Order was another title that had some impressive graphics that looked great on the big screen, and the game was also very popular with reviewers.
We can’t say how it’s going to fare on the Microsoft console, however, as it will be a bit difficult to pick it up on PC.
Wolfenstein: Warband is another action-based game that we have to recommend as well, especially if you’ve got the $499 bundle.
We have seen a lot in terms of high-end PC games that are worth picking it up, and this one will be no exception.
We’re going to start by talking about a few games that didn’t make the list, but are worth your time if you want to pick one up and get a taste of what’s to come.
We hope you enjoyed our list of Xbox One games, and if you have any questions about the console you can ask us in the comments below.