top 10 Xbox games
top 10 Xbox games
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
Senua’s Sacrifice is a masterclass in atmosphere, narrative, and combining mechanical and intellectual design. Ninja Theory has certainly put a lot of thought and care into Senua and her tale,
and it shows. In this dramatic tale of horrific darkness, Hellblade’s stunning aesthetic and deep plot underline its severe subject matter.
Senua’s Sacrifice is now Xbox Series X|S optimized. Hellblade for Series X beats high-end PCs, according to our performance evaluation.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is a radical reimagining of the Yakuza franchise. It not only introduces a new protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga, but it also turns the series’ basic beat ’em up gameplay into a turn-based RPG.
Like a Dragon takes Yakuza’s ridiculousness to the next level by adding a full cast of hilariously amusing misfits behind Ichiban and funny side tasks like delivering formula to diaper-wearing criminals.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is a drama as well as a comedy, with the central plot focusing on treachery. The game also explores topics of marginalization, ranging from immigrants to sex workers.
Ryo Ga Gotoku Studio is currently working on Yakuza 8. Masayoshi Yokoyama, the studio’s director, said the series. “The next game will be a continuation of [Like a Dragon’s] plot, set a few years later,” says the description.
Red Dead Redemption 2
Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the best games Rockstar has ever developed, and one of the greatest games ever, period. It is both a magnificent technical feat and a new gold standard for video game storytelling in an open-world scenario.
The real star of Red Dead 2 is its world. While the story is a complicated tale of honor, devotion, and sorrow woven around fascinating characters given to life by nuanced performances,
the environment is the real hero of the game. It’s a large and magnificent replica of the American south and west that’s so detailed that traveling from point A to point B without stepping off the main path to find something else to do is nearly impossible. Whether it’s hunting, fishing,
or completing any number of side tasks for a parade of interesting NPCs, there’s something for everyone.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
With perfectly timed parries that you may follow up with a flourish of your lightsaber or the force power of your choice, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order does an excellent job of teaching you the art of battle.
This is especially gratifying on the more tough levels, as you’ll need to master all of your skills to defeat the numerous opponents who follow Cal Kestus. Fallen Order throws a cherry on top with a captivating tale that will take you around a galaxy far, far away with a band of misfits by your side. On this trip,
you’ll find a wonderful plot, fantastic gameplay, and lots of Empire baddies to chip away at. Fallen Order is now the official name of the game.
When Respawn’s battle royal Apex Legends originally arrived in 2019, its sleek gunplay sprang to life in an exciting new way, and it’s only gotten better since then. The frequent seasonal content drops in Apex Legends are outstanding.
Along with the battlepass, we may expect a new Legend with tale material and a cool kit, as well as map changes (and sometimes a completely new map), a weapon or mechanic, and quality of life enhancements. Apex Legends remains in our rotation because to those regular upgrades, as well as the occasional holiday event and quest addition.
IGN nominated Apex for Best Ongoing Game of 2021, however the honor went to Final Fantasy 14. It was also one of the most popular games on Steam during that time.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Metal Gear Solid V – both The Phantom Pain and its prequel Ground Zeroes – is without a doubt the most ambitious game in the series, both in terms of gameplay mechanics and a dispersed (some could argue incomplete) story.
The Phantom Pain has one of the most sophisticated sandboxes in gaming history, giving players access to a vast array of weapons, vehicles, gadgets, and AI partners with which to approach missions imaginatively. As is customary, subtle tactical gameplay is rewarded heavily,
but if a mission goes awry (or if you’re feeling squirrelly), the game doesn’t penalize you for going noisy and dirty. While Hideo Kojima’s final goal was thwarted by creative conflicts with Konami, Metal Gear Solid 5 is still a fantastic game.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Assassin’s Creed has essentially developed from a stealth action-adventure to a full-fledged open-world RPG, with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla being the best illustration of its modern form to date. Within its Norse-Viking environment,
there’ll never be a shortage of things to do, and when you do go into combat, it’ll be as heavy and terrible as it’s ever been. Furthermore, even if you’ve never played an Assassin’s Creed game before, you can get right into this one since, despite the wider universe at play, there are no prerequisites that will prevent you from truly enjoying your time here.
The game’s next big expansion is Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarok. Eivor travels to the realm of Norse mythology in the DLC, which will be released on March 10th.
Agent 47’s latest (and, for the time being, final) excursion is not just a stronger game than its two predecessors, but it’s also a lot more attractive. From an aesthetic standpoint, Hitman 3 offers some absolutely gorgeous scenes. The first mission in Dubai will grab you,
but the other five missions – notably the second, which is practically a playable version of the brilliant film Knives Out – will keep you glued to your Xbox for hours as you experiment with the many ways to take out your targets. Since Blood Money, this is the best Hitman.
New settings, narratives, and modes are among IO’s intentions for Hitman 3 in 2022.
The Witcher 3 is one of the few RPGs that manages to deliver such a big amount of sophisticated content. Its vast open-world landscapes astonish with their vastness and density. Each vast territory is littered with colossal creatures to battle, enthralling mysteries to uncover, and personal tales to tell.
With reams of great dialogue performed by a stellar voice cast, an incredible original soundtrack, visuals that qualify as both a technical and artistic achievement, and a story with more branches than you could shake David Cage at, it’s also one of the most impressive overall productions in gaming history. When you combine all of that with two of the best and largest expansions in recent memory, you’ve got not only one of the best Western RPGs of all time but also one of the best Western RPGs of all time.
Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V’s sprawling, meticulously detailed map is still the high-water mark to which all other modern open-world adventures aspire.
Not only is it huge, it’s impossibly dense with excellent content – and that’s not just the driving and shooting that make up its campaign, nor is it limited to the numerous side activities that could amount to a full game on their own – but one rich with all the sights, sounds, and bustling activity you’d expect to find in a city teeming with humans, seedy underbelly included.
Its single-player story is an engaging crime epic, one that smartly conveys Rockstar’s satirical take on the 21-st century American dream through three different playable characters,
and when you’ve finally rolled credits on that – after some 30-plus hours – there’s literally years worth of content to dig into in its multiplayer component, GTA Online.
Featuring everything from elaborate multi-phase heists to custom high-stakes racing to fly DeLoreans and Mad Max-style vehicular deathmatches, Grand Theft Auto Online offers unparalleled variety, and with so much to do, explore, and play with, both with friends and on your own, there’s no question that GTA 5 remains the best Xbox One game ever.