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The Best ID@Xbox Games Available in 2019

The number of ID@Xbox games available on the Xbox One is growing at a rapid rate. To help make sure that you're not missing out on any of the hidden gems, here's our list of the best ID@Xbox available to play now.

Posted 1 year ago by Dave Horobin

The Best Xbox Adventure Games Available in 2018

The past several years haven't seen just a revitalization of the adventure genre, it's been nothing short of a renaissance. For fans of such games, there are now so many games to play. Here are some of our favorites.

Posted 2 years ago by Mark Delaney

The Mountains We Make: Celeste and Mental Health

I recently reviewed indie darling Celeste, which on the surface is an extremely competent and charming platformer. Underneath that, it's a fascinating parable about mental health - both in story and gameplay.

Posted 2 years ago by Sam Quirke

The Best Reviewed Games on TrueAchievements in 2017 - Part One

Earlier today we opened up the voting for the year's TA Game of the Year, and we thought we'd try and help with your decisions by looking back at some of the highest scoring games from this year's official site reviews.

Posted 2 years ago by Dave Horobin

2017 Superlatives: The Most Memorable Gaming Moments of the Year

2017 has reached its final few sunrises, so now makes a great time to reflect on the year that was for gaming. Many people called it an all-time great year. Let's give out some gaming superlatives in our 2017 gaming yearbook!

Posted 2 years ago by Mark Delaney

The Best ID@Xbox Games Available in 2017

The ID@Xbox program has, perhaps quietly, become one of the greatest strengths of the Xbox One. With well over 500 games and counting, it was tough to make cuts, but we picked out several of our favorites to be played in 2017.

Posted 2 years ago by Mark Delaney

What Remains of Edith Finch Review

Walking sims don't care about gameplay. They sacrifice interesting mechanics in favor of story. It's a polarizing trade-off but one people are accustomed to, or at least they used to be before the time of Edith Finch.

Posted 2 years ago by Mark Delaney