Xbox One Playscore Scoop March 2018
First on our list is a Run Batting In Baseball game. Published by MLB, this whole new baseball experience has its good points especially its redesigned player models, new visual flair, and UI upgrade. However, it’s not a good game in a technical sense. Intermittent lags and game breaking bugs caused this game to drop the ball and call it quits. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 5.23
After a victorious kickstarter campaign finish, Sushee's crowdfunded sequel to the 1999 action adventure is finally out. This indie production boasts the original's iconic cel-shaded art style. Step into the shoes of their popular characters as they reenact their great escapades with a completely new gameplay.
But unfortunately, fans were disappointed by the game’s shallow writing and poor quality for a game backed by thousands of fans. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 5.53
THQ Nordic’s classic ARPG gets a fine remaster to Xbox One and PC. Way back 2006, it was a different time for gaming. The controls were complicated, UI’s were confusing and so much more. This remaster manages to fix their glaring visual problems and adjusts gameplay convenience.
It’s still the same game but with gameplay overhauls. The Anniversary Edition shines with new splendour, although it’s hampered by its technical shortcomings. For a remaster, it’s still a solid trip to the past. It receives a PlayScore of 6.58
Imagination takes its full form in this latest Scribblenauts game. Showdown adds more words to its magical world and more activities to partake. 25 Mini Games await you with up to four of your friends. Players can also face off against a friend in the game’s latest Versus Mode.
Create your own Scribblenaut and prove to everybody that the pencil is always mightier than the sword. Manipulate the word with over 35,000 words. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.63
CAPCOM’s coolest demon boys return with polished visuals, snazzy combat and 60 frames per second. Get going with adventures showing off Dante’s badassery with the first and second Devil May Cry game, or scale a huge demonic tower with your hot Lady friend in Devil May Cry 3.
This HD Collection contains all the three major games with DLC’s excluding the latest Reboot from Ninja Theory and Devil May Cry 4. It receives a Provisional PlayScore 6.78
Ubisoft is still enjoying the golden rewards of their latest Assassin’s Creed game. But even before that, there was Rogue. An unlikely entry to the AC Universe with a change of perspective. Play as a Rogue Templar agent in search of missing answers. With Black Flag’s gameplay and a mix of gray morality, it’s the AC game we never wanted, but needed.
This Remaster features a stunning visual improvement up to 4K and a stable performance. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.25
The first episode of the harrowing narrative adventure from Big Bad Wolf. Offering a unique take on the episodic genre, choices DO matter in this political gathering in 1793. Take your role as a secret society member and find out the nitty gritty details of each member.
There is no going back. Live by your choices and watch a narrative wonder unfold. The first episode has a rough start, but who knows where they go from here. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.43
The sequel to the hit first-person puzzle from Toxic Games. Play as Amelia Cross, an archaeologist lost in an ancient alien landscape. Improving upon their original’s gameplay, manipulate structures in its mysterious world and find your way back home.
The game contains over 80 puzzles with unique interactions and solutions. It feels like playing Valve’s Portal, but with a twist. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.49
The Sequel to Koei Tecmo’s sky soaring adaption of the hit anime. This title encompasses Season 2 of the series with added content and improved fluid combat. Control over 30 playable characters from the Attack on Titan universe and watch them take down colossal titans. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.49
Paradox Interactive, the team behind Cities Skylines and Stellaris comes up with another city building game. Create your own sci-fi settlement deep in the heart of Mars. Manage everything from space agencies, infrastructures, research and more to create a thriving Martian civilization.
Improve on your colony’s survival by overcoming challenges and unlocking the mysteries of this barren planet. It has a PlayScore of 7.54
Microsoft’s latest exclusive has its ambitions. It was both a blessing and a curse. This highly anticipated MMO Pirate Adventure appeals its fans in some ways, but also negatively panned for its absolute emptiness. The game is a stale voyage into the open sea where you do everything again and again and again.
Multiplayer, however, is the game’s most enjoyable. Nonetheless, it receives a PlayScore of 7.73
Paradise City awaits in this ultimate driving playground from Criterion Games. Rule the streets with high-octane stunts and wanton destruction because this remaster includes all the DLC’s and geared for 4K Perfection.
This is the definitive Burnout Paradise Experience. Choose from a wide variety of cars and send your car launching, spinning or scraping throughout the city. It receives a PlayScore of 7.75
Ubisoft is on a roll this year. The latest entry of the Far Cry series is its first well-reviewed game since Far Cry Primal. Travel to a fictional Montana and stop a religious cult from taking control of people. It’s the first Far Cry game to remove the mini map and implores everyone to explore every nook and cranny.
It’s praised for its well written story, fun side quests and improved first person shooting mechanics. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.94
It’s not everyday we see co-op heavy games. Developer Hazelight Studios proves that this kind of experience is still relevant to the video game world.
After the success of Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons, A Way Out is another action adventure game specifically designed for co-op ONLY. Play as two inmates straight out of Shawshank Redemption and work together to escape the four corners of the penitentiary. It receives a PlayScore of 8.24
This immersive first person Train simulator is everything Train Enthusiasts live for. The game’s biggest strengths is its full interactivity especially when you’re in the driver’s seat. Powered by the Unreal Engine 4, feel the sound of the great western railways and so much more in this experience.
Founders Edition contains something for everyone. It caters to all players of all levels and enjoy the timeless delights of the locomotive world. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.34
Square Enix’s latest Final Fantasy title isn’t holding back with their long list of future content. Royal Edition might just be the beginning. This regal collection contains all the major DLC’s the game has to offer since day one including Episode Prompto, Ignis, Gladio and so much more.
Experience Final Fantasy XV the way it should be and it receives a Provisional PlayScore of 8.44
Ubisoft’s latest Assassin’s Creed game might be the most ambitious of the series so far. Spanning hundreds of hours of content and an impressive visual experience in Ancient Egypt, it’s a marvel of video game creation. This downloadable content is the second major add-on to the game alongside The Hidden Ones.
Set four years after the first game, lead Bayek travel to Thebes in the hopes of uncovering a mystery that will change his life forever. Explore more Egyptial myth with mystical mumbo-jumbos and dead pharaohs. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 8.52
A fast-paced, turn-based, co-op adventure game from The Behemoth. Turn your comedic charms to strategic maneuvers in a wild mix of fighting and exploration. Find awesome loot, customize your fighters and recruit strange species because in this game, positioning matters.
Engage in a fun single player story mode with a friend, or alone. It features a realistic death mode where your characters remain dead in story mode. It’s a high risk and high reward experience, and it receives a PlayScore of 8.71