So you've gotten an Xbox One, but you still haven't managed to decide which games to pick up for Microsoft's next-gen console. That's okay because we've got you covered. 2013 has been a wild, wonderful year full of awesome games, and the Xbox One is home to more than a few. After careful consideration, here are the Best Xbox One Games of 2013.
With just 18 days of availability under its belt, the Xbox One has already sold two million consoles. The next generation sales battle is heating up.
Zombies are everywhere these days. Something about the undead has made them part of the zeitgeist, and with more movies, television shows and books also comes more zombie video games. Such was the case with the Xbox One's launch library, and the exclusive Dead Rising 3. Developed by Capcom, the third entry in the successful zombie survival series has more zombies than ever before. It's also got a goofy, but engaging story, and some insanely fun combat. Maybe there's something to the zombie hype after all.
Peggle 2. It’s more Peggle. Go and buy it now. Review over.
Today’s Quick Tip may just save your console. You might have heard that Microsoft has included devkit functionality in basically every Xbox One. This makes it incredibly easy to develop games for the box, especially indie games. Of course, access to that functionality was to be strictly monitored and controlled by Microsoft… or so they thought. It actually only took about a week for a user to figure out how to gain access to the developer’s menu with a simple cheat code.
That code is LB, RB, LT, RT…. Yeah. We know we know. It’s really complicated. How could anyone have ever figured this out?