Shaq-Fu: A Legend Reborn

Shaquille O'Neal may have stepped out of the limelight, Big Deez Productions brought it upon themselves to bring Big Daddy in for more beat 'em up action. With a massive enough following to warrant his own line of videogames, A Legend Reborn returns Shaq to his crimefighting ways with new combos and bosses to defeat. The first game from Big Deez, it doesn't seem as if they stuck the landing. Competent as its controls are, A Legend Reborn slips into tedium because of its repetitive missions and dull storyline. Still, a treat for 90s nostalgia, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.29

War Thunder

The moving symphonies of World War II are making a reprise on the Xbox One. The vehicular combat MMO will bring you right in the center of the action as you ride on Tanks, Warplanes, ships and so much more. Despite its improved graphics, resolutions, and crossplay function tho, it receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.48

The Crew 2

Not sure if they blew their chance at redemption, but it's not looking too good for The Crew's second installment. Pulling all the open world stops, this sequel expands the racing sphere to land, sea, and sky. Unfortunately, instead of improving on their last mistakes, The Crew 2 just seems to add to the fuzz. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.95

MotoGP 18

The adrenaline fuelled bike race is up for another year with this installment of th official MotoGP. MotoGP 18 lets you ride with the big boys as you move up from rookie to Premier racer. As usual, it comes packed with all of this year's roster as well as the 19 official tracks including the Thailand's Buriram circuit. Upping the realism with smoother rider animations, there's not much change to the formula but still an enjoyable for fans of the sport. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.12

OnRush

Let's be honest, anything from Codemasters automatically gets a star for approval. But, on the other hand, Onrush is no ordinary racing game. Playing more like team-based murder on wheels, Onrush turns the usual racer on its head, with modes that focus more on takedowns, points, and more. Choose from varying race modes like Overdrive, Lockdown, and Countdown and take victory alone or with friends. It's a promising concept that's executed well by a veteran developer, but there's still a lot of room for improvement. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.14

Far Cry 5: Hours of Darkness

Ubisoft’s adding more content to their latest survival first person shooter. Players take control of Wendell Redler, a Hope County resident. The game takes place during the Vietnam war. Lead him as he escapes from behind enemy lines using his “Survival Instinct”. The war-torn Vietnam is filled with dangers, so arm yourself with a whole new arsenal of unique weapons, abilities, and skills. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.24

LEGO The Incredibles

With the Parr family making a record-making comeback, it's no surprise that LEGO's jumped on the bandwagon before anybody else. Packed with all the charm of the premier crimefighting family, LEGO levels their usual blocky action with the Incredible's superpowered antics. Follow the plot of both Incredibles movies in brickbreaking fashion, and unlock characters from other Pixar movies. While Incredibles 2 was a blockbuster success, pun intended, this LEGO version doesn't quite live up to the name. Still, a fun action adventure title, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.49

Jurassic World: Evolution

Once the majestic rulers of our land, the now extinct dinosaurs made quite a mark on humanity. And, that's all made quite obvious with the massive success of the Jurassic World franchise. Now, from Frontier Developments, Jurassic World Evolution lets us take a closer look at theme park management. While its infamous for their constant failures, you get to call the shots this time. Breed those ginormous reptiles, and make sure they stay in their place. Not quite as exciting, but still a treat, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.54

Shape of the World

An interactive first person game where all you do is wander in relaxing procedural environments. Interact with various flora and fauna the game has to offer and feel the psychedelic experience of its soundtrack. A hypnotic playthrough, but without much in replay value, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.56

Vampyr

Awaken the monster within as DONTNOD steps away from their usual dramatic adventures. Play as Jonathan Reed, a vampire by night, doctor by day. It’s set in 1918 London where sickness roams in every corner. Similar to their consequential choices in Life is Strange, players will encounter branching choices that ultimately lead to the game’s multiple endings. It's web of moral decisions that are, like its characters and storylines, oddly compelling. Taking into consideration their many visual and technical flaws tho, it receives a PlaySCore of 7.51

LUMINES REMASTERED

A remastered version of the award winning 2004 title, Lumines is looking a fresh on the Xbox One. Highly acclaimed for its excellent puzzles and intuitive controls, it's a title anyone can jump into for hours of fun. A visual and musical treat, it receives a Provsional PlayScore of 7.64.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset

Bethesda's latest expansion to the MMORPG version of their popular Elder Scrolls series, Summerset unfolds a grand adventure in the home of the High Elves. Finally opening their world to new warriors, the Summerset narrative lets you take on a dark conspiracy that threatens the fate of Tamriel. This expansion also adds more to their crafting system, enhancing your gear and power against each enemy you face. Take in the glorious new sights and save the world from destruction, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.68

Prey: Mooncrash

In the newest DLC for Bethesda's scifi shooter, they're taking us on an unplanned landing on the lunar surface. A horror story set on the TranStar moon base, there's brand new odds and dangers to overcome. This DLC also adds a new layer of gameplay with the introduction of rogue-like elements into the alien mix. Prepare for a replay-friendly campaign as you explore randomly generated levels and fight against extraterrestrial threats. A diversion from Prey's trajectory, it receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.77

Unravel Two

Swedish Studio Coldwood Interactive follows up the adventures of their beloved Yarny with this brand new sequel. Returning for a whole new adventure, the devilishly charming red wool has gotten himself a new friend. Featuring a new co-op adventure, solve physics based puzzles with a friend and manipulate the enormous world around you. Along with the co-op comes a higher level of difficulty that most players didn't appreciate. Still an excellent platformer, but not quite as magical as the original, it has a PlayScore of 8.18

NieR: Automata - BECOME AS GODS Edition

As if it wasn't good enough that Platinum Games' award-winning RPG made it to the Xbox One, this Become as Gods edition is also a welcome surprise. Containing their indecipherable DLC, take in the sights of of 9S and A2's new outfits and of course, 2B's revealing outfit. All that and more, it has a PlayScore of 8.27

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit

Spawning it's own spinoff series and a latest sequel, it's no surprise how DONTNODs moving episodic adventures made waves in the videogame sphere. A prelude to Life is Strange 2, The Awesome Adventure of Captain Spirit puts in the shoes of the imaganitive 9 year old, Chris. Showing two sides of childhood innocence, we watch Chris as he battles with the death of his mother using the power of his imagination. Still, even with just a few hours of gameplay, DONTNOD definitely shows their prowess for poignancy. It has a PlayScore of 8.28

Anima: Gate of Memories - Arcane Edition

The definitive edition of the RPG Gate of memories, Arcane edition packs everything you need for the complete experience. Including both Gate of Memories and The Nameless Chronicles, you'll get to play two different campaigns that each have unique storylines and characters. It has Provisional PlayScore of 8.35

Far Cry 3: Classic Edition

Infamous for its compellingly pyschotic villain, Vaz Montenegro, fans of the 3rd Far Cry title gets another chance to revisit the Rook Islands in the comforts of their Xbox One. Widely considered as the best of the franchise, this edition runs at 1440p and 30fps. The best console version yet, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.76