5 Best Xbox One Games Of 2018

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Xbox One Games

If you’re looking for games to add in to you Xbox One library, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve been listing down the Xbox One games that flew under the radar of quite a few gamers due to some ludicrous reasons i.e. Battlefield V or maybe you’ve not considered them yet. You can also find more Xbox One games at.

Cuphead

It is a classic run and gun indie action game mostly focused on boss battles. It is completely inspired by the animation used in the cartoons of the 1930s, due to which the audio and visuals were also created using the same methods of that era.

The animations were hand-drawn and the backgrounds were painted using watercolors, colorizing them in Photoshop. You can play as Cuphead or Mugman, as you travel strange worlds, learn super moves, acquire new weapons and unravel hidden secrets all while you try to pay your debt back to the devil. It has a single player mode and a co-op mode. The game is structured around boss battles and each boss is different in its own unique way.

Cuphead

Every boss is this impossible combination of precisely-detailed drawings and fluid animation. In a game where every millisecond counts, the frame-by-frame animation is a perfect match. The player is forced to carefully observe the boss while attempting to dodge fifty projectiles at the same time. The genius part is because the bosses are so detailed, the way they telegraph their attacks can range from incredibly obvious and frustratingly subtle, while still being fair. Even after fighting them multiple times in a row, the bosses in this game remain ruthless and unpredictable.

The animation runs at twenty-four frames per second which is a film standard, while the gameplay is sixty frames per second as the team felt that a 2d game has to be 60fps to work perfectly. The 1930s aesthetic is cohesive, the jazz-based soundtrack is excellent, the hand-drawn visuals are gorgeous and the gameplay goes beyond pattern recognition. Platforming battles are the most imaginative part of the game. It has fully orchestrated, fully composed big band swing music that is also really unique.

Battlefield V

I know that most of you don’t agree with me, and think that this game has no right to be here, but just listen. It is a first-person shooter game based on World War II and is a thematic continuation of Battlefield 1 which was set in World War I. It looks and sounds great, has outstanding gameplay, isn’t only concerned about kills and also the stories of World War II are a constant attraction for history buffs. It is the best looking first-person shooter released last year.

Battlefield V

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

It is a multiplayer first-person shooter which serves as a sequel to the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. It is the first Call of Duty title without a traditional single-player campaign mode. Instead, it features the Solo Missions mode, which focuses on the backstories of the game’s multiplayer characters. It includes three Zombies maps and also introduces a battle royale mode called Blackout. The zombies offers crazy customizable co-op, the multiplayer keeps things grounded for those looking for the classic core and Blackout is hands down the best battle royale out there.

Call of Duty Black Ops 4

Enter the Gungeon

It is a bullet hell dungeon crawler roguelike top-down shooter following a band of misfits seeking the most powerful Gungeon’s treasure, the gun that can destroy the past. You have to shoot and loot your way to victory, down the gungeon until you reach the bottom where the treasure is hidden. There is also a co-op option, if you want to play with someone else as a team. You have to go pass the deadly but lovely Gundead along with the Gungeon bosses.

Enter the Gungeon

You’ll find many secrets along the way and make sure to make use of the merchants you meet along the way, as the things you buy can play a vital role during crucial battles. It is one of the biggest celebrations of a video game inside of a video game. It is an intense shooting game, filled with creative enemies and crazy weapons.

If you put too much time into this game (like I did), it’ll all be worth it in the end. This game is also great for the gamers who find this rogue lite genre frustrating and overrated. Have fun, and make sure to never waste your ammo as you’re going to need it because of the endless amount of enemies you’ll meet on your way. Our team giving Xbox Live Code Generator without any human verification or charges for a limited time you can try.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance

It is an open world, action-adventure RPG the likes of which you’ve never seen. It is set in the medieval times, in which you are basically a no one. Your village is attacked by mercenaries, commanded by the Hungarian king, Sigismund. After surviving the attack on your village, you join a resistance movement fueled by vengeance. In the resistance group, you learn how to use the sword. You practice using it until you have mastered it. All this takes place in an open world environment, filled with early 15th century architecture.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance

It’s filled with lifelike quests in a world with incredible attention to detail. If you are the kind of guy who wants his games to be filled to the brim with realism, then this is the game for you. It keeps you invested with great characters and brilliant acting. It features vast fields and majestic castles all rendered in stunning high-end graphics. It has a non-linear story which allows you to complete your quests in multiple ways.

Your actions also influence the people around you. So, whatever you do, you’re going to have to face the consequences of your decisions. It is a deep system heavy game with challenging simulation style combat, clever new ways of using stats and speech craft that does not hold your hand at all and feels way more like an old school RPG PC game.

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