25. Opening our list of the 25 best Triple A Xbox One Games is Gears Of War 4

The battle for humanity’s survival continues in this fourth main installment of the critically acclaimed Gears series. This third-person shooter is set 25 years after Planet Sera’s collapse. It reintroduces gameplay elements from its predecessors and adding new melee mechanics to take down threats quicker. It’s praised for its action-packed adventure and its seamless shooting controls. It has a PlayScore of 8.72

24. Assassin’s Creed Origins

After a 1 year hiatus, Ubisoft returns with their award-winning franchise packed with ancient royalty and history. Origins takes place before the series and focuses on Bayek, a man on a quest to uncover a secret organization. Set in Ancient Egypt, embrace the architectural wonder of the Great Pyramids, Cities, and tombs. It’s the biggest Assassin’s Creed game yet, and it’s by far among the best. It has a PlayScore of 8.73

23. NBA 2K16

2015 was 2K’s turning point. Their annual basketball sports game managed to win the hearts of many basketball enthusiasts, especially its improved MyCAREER mode and single player features. The game contains enhanced gameplay and hyper realistic movement so that you don’t have to worry who blocked who. Unfortunately, 2K shut down their servers last December 31st and it left most fans disappointed. It has a PlayScore of 8.74

22. Resident Evil VII: Biohazard

The horror continues in this seventh major installment of the Resident Evil franchise. Considered as a fresh start of a whole new series, help Ethan Winters in his quest to find his missing wife. Things turn out sour as he ventures into a creepy Louisiana mansion and meets the Baker family. It’s the first Resident Evil game to introduce a first person perspective, and it’s the best move they made. Looks great on the PSVR too! It has a PlayScore of 8.75

21. Injustice 2

NetherRealms’ super-powered sequel to the hit fighting game opens more possibilities to your fantasy superhero battles. Featuring a wide roster of 29 playable characters including Black Canary, Captain Cold, Supergirl and so much more. Gameplay enhancements include a “Gear System” that lets you equip your ideal loadout to power-up your favorite hero. It’s slick, and it’s one of the best fighting games in the market. It has a PlayScore of 8.78

20. Battlefield 1

DICE’s groundbreaking first person shooter returns to its roots. Set in the fires of the first Great War, experience intense battles between land, sea and air with you and your friends. Bend the battlefield to your will and witness the game’s jam-packed DLC’s and multiplayer modes. It has a PlayScore of 8.79

19. The Evil Within 2

Sebastian Castellanos returns in this nightmare fuel sequel from Tango Gameworks. Just when we thought the evil within was over, a new threat emerges from the shadows that threatens his family’s life. The game features enhanced controls, combat and it oozes with intense atmosphere that creeps at you every passing minute. It has a PlayScore of 8.79

18. Middle-Earth: Shadow Of Mordor

The beginning of Monolith Productions’ success. Shadow of Mordor boasts a fast-paced hack and slash combat and a revolutionary Nemesis System. Follow a Gondorian Ranger, Talion, as he exacts his vengeance on Sauron for murdering his family. Team up with the Ringmaker, Celebrimbor, in a quest of power and Orc slaughtering glory. It has a PlayScore of 8.80

17. DmC: Devil May Cry - Definitive Edition

Considered as a fresh start of the series, this game takes you to the early life of Dante and Vergil before they became each other’s sworn enemies. Embrace the familiar hack and slash combat with a robust Angel and Devil archetype. Use your newfound abilities and weapons to slay the minions of hell and defeat the evil Mundus. This special edition contains all the DLC’s including Bloody Palace and Vergil’s additional story. It has a PlayScore of 8.81

16. Titanfall 2

RESPAWN Entertainment, now bought by EA, has an amazing franchise doomed to the hands of corporate greed. Titanfall was one of the best shooters of the decade and this sequel ups the epicness from its original. Adding new Titan types, guns, and multiplayer content, it’s a chaotic rampage of clanking metal and futuristic action. It has a PlayScore of 8.82

15. Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition

Developers at Blizzard North breathed life back into the Diablo series with this definitive version. It retains much of the same elements that made the franchise a success. This Ultimate Evil Edition culminates years of improvements into one ultimate game, especially with the inclusion of the Reaper of Souls expansion. It has a PlayScore of 8.85

14. Dark Souls III

Nobody ever forgets Dark Souls. The game that created a whole new genre of brutal combat that tests the good and bad players. Enter a nightmarish world filled with mastercrafted monster designs straight from the mind of Hidetaka Miyakami. Unfortunately for players, this serves as the final Dark Souls game, and it deserved its long awaited retirement. It’s faster, beautiful, and still patience-testing. It has a PlayScore of 8.86

13. Sunset Overdrive

The first Microsoft Exclusive on this list. Developed by Insomniac Games, dive into a fictional metropolis of Sunset City and watch a world on fire when humans are turning into mutated creatures. Clean up the mess in this beloved city and appreciate the game’s gorgeous design and flavor. It’s praised for its story, gags, randomness, and funky gameplay. It has a PlayScore of 8.88

12. Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition

Blending deep customization, interactive environments, and tactical turn-based combat, Divinity Original Sin creates a unique and immersive RPG experience for role-playing enthusiasts. Form strategies with a friend while you’re defeating enemies, and experiment with ways to use the environment to your advantage. Throw lightning spells at water, and ignite oil barrels for an explosive finish. It’s sequel, Divinity Original Sin II, boasts many new mechanics and gained numerous awards last year. Enhanced Edition has a PlayScore of 8.88

11. Fallout 4

Todd Howard’s latest Fallout game takes you to new radioactive locations. This time, explore the irradiated Boston and find your missing son after a catastrophic nuclear attack. Awaken from your deep vault slumber and witness the biggest Fallout game to date. Make difficult choices, customize your character, build your own safehouse and feel the beauty amidst chaos in this dystopian RPG. It has a PlayScore of 8.95

10. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4

Your favorite ninjas back on the arena. The long-running anime and manga may have ended, but this final installment of the Ultimate Ninja series continues to show you the ninja way. Set in the Fourth Shinobi World War, explore a series of linear storylines and uncover the mystery behind the dark crevices of the ninja world.There are a ton of new changes to this game including elemental damage, removal of combat styles and the addition of character swapping. Players can now switch characters mid-battle similar to Marvel vs. Capcom 3. It has a PlayScore of 8.99

9. Forza Motorsport 6

Drive through a lineup of new tracks, along with a collection of shinier cars to drool over. Conquer the slippery slopes of rain-slicked roads, and drive through the paralyzing darkness of night racing. Arriving after the wake of Forza 5, it gave hope back to the doubters and brought the franchise back to the top of its game. It’s a Microsoft Exclusive and it’s one of the best racing games on the market. It has a PlayScore of 9.03

8. Dragon Age: Inquisition

The third installment of the Dragon Age epic from BioWare. Continuing the legacy of the first two games, play as the Inquisitor and save the world from a growing threat. Awarded by many as one of the best RPG games of its year, Inquisition boasts a huge open-world to explore and a story so riveting it keeps players in their toes. Gameplay is a mix of tactical and real-time combat, and characters are lovable as ever. It has a PlayScore of 9.03

7. Dishonored 2

The sequel to the critically acclaimed stealth game from Arkane Studios. After being usurped from an otherworldly threat, Corvo and her daughter Emily face off against sinister enemies lurking in the shadows. With an improved stealth system and the ability to play as Emily, it’s single player campaign is filled with hours and hours of sneaking, and murdering people. It has a PlayScore of 9.06

6. Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Compared to its recent release, the football drama from Konami's realistic football simulator has most of its glory days in 2016. This version showcases popular soccer teams like Barcelona, Liverpool, Borussia, Dortmund and Club Atletico River Plate. It also features an improved passing, goaltending, and fully licensed brands from players. It’s a slick sports game that is pleasing and rewarding. It receives a PlayScore of 9.07

5. Grand Theft Auto V

Rockstar’s latest GTA game is a chaotic playground. After winning awards after awards during its time of release, its player base still hasn’t dropped to this day due to its vast multiplayer options. Follow the lives of three different characters planning the most heinous heist possible and roam around the huge open-world city of Los Santos. It has a PlayScore of 9.13

4. Forza Horizon 2

Microsoft’s poster boy, or car, if you like to put it that way, is the front runner of the console’s racing genre. With Motorsport taking a slick approach to real racing, Horizon 2 offers a liberating open world to explore. Participate in the Horizon Festival and watch the beautiful sunsets of Southern France and Northern Italy. It’s not as twice as big as their latest titles but it surely offers a dynamic, and packed content. It has a PlayScore of 9.17

3. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Big Boss’ adventure isn’t over yet. Kojima’s final game and Konami’s demise, The Phantom Pain showcases the best of the Fox Engine with its emergent open world and deep stealth mechanics. Story may be a subject for criticism, but it’s gameplay is a thing to respected. It won so many awards during its release including Game of the Year on various networks. Unfortunately, it’s the last time we’ll see Snake’s story. It has a PlayScore of 9.39

2. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Another game with an epic send off. Geralt of Rivia’s third and final chapter in this epic saga continues to wow fans of the series. Travel to beautifully crafted semi open world regions and slay ferocious beasts as a legendary Witcher. Save Ciri from the evil grip of the Wild Hunt and witness one of the best RPG game of the decade. It has a PlayScore of 9.43

1. And the best Xbox One Triple A game is none other than Rise Of The Tomb Raider

Lara Croft’s journey after the Dragon’s Triangle is just the beginning. This sequel takes our young adventurer to new lands including the brutal Siberian tundra. A new threat emerges from the shadows and it’s a race against time for Lara to make difficult choices, and solve puzzles as fast as she can. It was an Xbox One Timed Exclusive, then released on PC and PlayStation 4 a year after release. The game received praises due to its gorgeous graphics, tense action and rich character design. It has a PlayScore of 9.67