This is also an updating list – if something like Crackdown 3 delivers on its promise, it will be added.
like the next generation of console gaming had arrived without necessarily playing like it.
The player is only given a short amount of time to discover solutions to puzzle as the light dips in and out of the room, which also gradually reveals the narrative with aesthetic cues rather than pure exposition dumps.
It’s sincere, if a little short, and is definitely worth checking out if you haven’t yet.
Bear in mind that the Xbox One doesn’t really boast a great deal of true exclusives as many of their big-hitters can also be found on PC because of Play Anywhere; consider this to be a list of console exclusives instead.
In addition, we’re avoiding remasters and collections, so Rare Replay and The Master Chief Collection don’t make the cut (as good as they are).
During the 360’s lifetime, returning franchises from the original Xbox were given welcome updates alongside fresh IPs making themselves mascots for a new generation.
There was also stellar third-party support, but most consumers were swayed enough by the likes of Halo and Gears of War to stick around.
While Sony have been hitting it out of the park with efforts like Horizon: Zero Dawn and Uncharted 4, Microsoft’s unit-shifting mainstays have underwhelmed.While being clearly inspired by N64 platformers, Super Lucky’s Tale doesn’t endear itself to younger gamers by carrying over some of the staples of that era.The camera is unreliable and the controls feel a bit slow off the mark, something which makes it feel like more of a chore than some throwback fun.It might not have helped itself by trying to bring about the death of the “true” exclusive with its Play Anywhere feature.Of all the games available on the system, it only has just over that you can’t find anywhere else.Compulsion Games, Ninja Theory, Playground Games, Undead Labs, and the brand new The Initiative will all be a part of the Xbox family going forward.