The best Xbox One games of all time

The best Xbox One games of all time

The Xbox One was one of the most successful consoles of the previous generation and a true “entertainment machine”. For example, by offering localized content, it could even meet niche needs such as roulette games for Australian players and could also be used for listening to music or watching TV/movies in addition to playing games.

Xbox One may have been replaced by Series X, but there are still plenty of games to play with it: whether you prefer roulette with high limits or exclusive titles, this console still offers an incredible library of games. Below, we list the best Xbox One titles based on Metacritic scores and community opinion.

Red Dead Redemption 2

It’s no coincidence that the top two games on the list were developed by the same team: both offer an incredible sandbox adventure experience. For Red Dead Redemption, we can say that this experience is a little more authentic. Set in 1899, America, the game tells the story of Arthur Morgan and his gang. As the game progresses, we travel almost all over America and witness Arthur’s inner conflicts. Red Dead Redemption 2 is not an easy game to describe: you have to see for yourself the almost perfect open world and attention to detail this game has to offer.

Grand Theft Auto V

There is no need to explain GTA V: even players who have never played this series have heard of its name. Developed by the RDR2 team, the game tells the main story from the perspective of the three protagonists and repeats for modern America what RDR2 did for the Wild West. In addition to the main story, there is also a multiplayer mode, and GTA Online can be considered an MMORPG in itself. The Xbox One version of the game has enhanced graphics and polished mechanics, so it’s still one of the best consoles to play GTA V on. Considering that the game was released in the Xbox 360 era, the next-gen update is reason enough to visit Los Santos once (or for the first time).

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Metal Gear has always been a title associated with PlayStation, but the fifth game in the series manages to conquer the Xbox platform as well. This is Hideo Kojima’s first open-world game, and he later brought his experience to Death Stranding. MGS V ends Snake’s story satisfactorily and tells an almost perfect story, as one would expect from a Kojima game. It’s not just a game, it’s a work of art: MGS V is one of the must-try games on the Xbox One platform. You don’t need to have played previous MGS titles to enjoy it: you can enter the series with MGS 5.


You may not have heard of this game before, but it has an extremely loyal fan base, and its Metacritic score is 94. We can safely say it’s a game that deserves both: if you like the platform genre, Celeste should definitely be on your must-play list. The game has a very emotional story and compelling combat mechanics, so don’t expect anything like “Mario Bros”. It offers more of a “Super Meat Boy” style gameplay. Many players describe Celeste as a “masterpiece”, and we personally think that the level design can serve as an example to many games. If you haven’t played it yet, it’s time to play Celeste: this little Indie game can easily compete with AAA titles.

Resident Evil 2 (Remake)

Most players consider the second game to be the best one of the Resident Evil series. If you haven’t been able to play Resident Evil 2 at the time, you have another chance: This remake, developed by Capcom, brings you back to Raccoon City with modern graphics and gameplay mechanics. In RE2, you can play Leon and Claire’s own campaigns and follow the same story from two different perspectives. This remake appeals to all gamers, not just Resident Evil fans. If you like it, there is another remake you can try: Resident Evil 3.

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