Despite the lack of big-name exclusives in recent times, several titles still look very good on the Xbox Series X/S. Check out some of them here.
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It's frankly astonishing how we can get so attached to the mere existence of a fictional character that their demise leaves us teary eyed.
The past several years have been filled with amazing games. However, some clearly stand above the rest - check out the creme of the crop here.
Journalists claim Microsoft decided not to fund a third game for the Ori studio due to the team's internal issues.
Ori studio co-founders Thomas Mahler and Gennadiy Korol have been criticized by many former Moon developers for their conduct.
If you're looking for a tough but fair challenge, these games' hard modes won't disappoint you.
Even with some of its biggest games still to come, the Xbox Series X has had a very good first year. Here are some of its best releases so far.
Hundreds of single-player titles have released over the past few years - here are 30 of the very best that have stood out.
Even with many of its big-name exclusives yet to showcase gameplay, the Xbox Series X has a number of good-looking titles to behold.
Physical bundle offers Moon Studios' Ori and the Blind Forest with Ori and the Will of the Wisps for $49.99 on the Switch.
Whether we expected it or not, these bosses posed the toughest challenges this year.
From cyberpunk fantasies to expansive open worlds, these games stood out the most.
This was not a close contest. At all.
516,000 players have beaten the game with 7,900 doing so without dying.
Includes 4K/120 FPS and 6K/60 FPS on Xbox Series X along with other improvements.
"I don't think there's going to be anything comparable in terms of image quality for some time," says director Thomas Mahler.
Both releases will also have physical bonuses.
Moon Studios' Metroidvania masterpiece comes to the Switch out of the blue.
From alien berserkers to... more alien berserkers.