The Easiest Xbox Achievement Lists from September 2019

By Sam Quirke,
As we head into October, we're digging into the month past, bringing you the September achievement lists that the community are finding easy to get through. Will you add any to your wishlist?

Remember, you can always check out the full list of Xbox Games and search or filter however you want. Typically — but not always — the lower the TA Ratio, the easier the game is to complete. You can see the community's completion time estimates here too.

Himno

Himno Achievements

Price: $4.99 (US) / £4.99 (GB)
Completion Time: 0-1 hour


Worth buying? To quote Reborn Insanity's TA community review directly, Himno is "another run of the mill Ratalaika published game that most of us are only going to be playing once to pillage 1,000 Gamerscore in about 30 minutes". That's really all you need to know about this very average pixel platformer, though apparently the game's soundtrack is worth a listen too. It all depends whether you want 1000 GS for the cost of a coffee.

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Apocalipsis

Apocalipsis: The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil Achievements

Price: $4.99 (US) / £4.19 (GB)
Completion Time: 2-3 hours


Worth buying? At the time of writing, the Apocalipsis: The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil Achievements list could do with a few more guides. Once written we have no doubt that this point and click adventure will become a simple enough completion. It's hard to say if it'll be an enjoyable trip to 100% — so far the community have given a fairly decent 3.5 rating, albeit from only 12 reviews. It's certainly striking, given its influences are mostly 15th century engravings depicting scenes from or similar to those found in the Book of Revelations. For its price, it might just be a little more interesting than your average easy gamerscore fare.

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The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series Achievements

Price: $49.99 (US) / £39.99 (GB)


Worth buying? Unless you have completely had your fill of Clementine's journey by now — and that's a legitimate position to take at this point — The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series is probably the best way to play through Telltale's beloved zombie story. The advantage of the new edition is that it puts the whole story in one place for the first and probably only time, meaning that if you want to binge an old favourite or finally get around to seeing what all the fuss is about, you can do so easily. Achievements-wise, it's straightforward Telltale fare: It'll take you a while to get through the list but the achievements will supply themselves without any specific requirements on your part.

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DISTRAINT

DISTRAINT

Price: $5.99 (US) / £5.99 (GB)
Completion Time: 1-2 hours


Worth buying? DISTRAINT: Deluxe Edition represents yet another easy stroll through the Ratalaika stable, this time with some psychological thriller elements blended in. It has mixed reviews, but ultimately will only take up a couple of hours of your time for a simple completion; some have even praised the simple but effective story and atmosphere.

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We Were Here

We Were Here Achievements

Price: $4.99 (US) / £4.19 (GB)
Completion Time: 1-2 hours


Worth buying? If you recognise the name We Were Here, it's probably because it has been sitting on our Xbox dashboards for a month — the co-op puzzler has been available via the Xbox Games with Gold program for no additional cost. Now would be a good time to pick it up, but first a warning — this is an online co-op game only. Every achievement must be unlocked in co-op, as the puzzles require two human partners working together to solve puzzles. The bad news is that it'll take 2-3 playthroughs to get all of the achievements. The good news? Each playthrough is roughly 20 minutes. If you have Games with Gold and you have a friend willing to spare about an hour of their time, downloading We Were Here is a bit of a no-brainer — especially given its modestly approving 3.3 rating from the community.

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Scheming Through the Zombie Apocalypse: The Beginning

Scheming Through The Zombie Apocalypse: The Beginning Achievements

Price: $4.99 (US) / £4.99 (GB)
Completion Time: 2-3 hours


Worth buying? Guess what? It's yet another Ratalaika game, so you know what to expect here — nothing too bad, but nothing too great either. That's the impression we're getting so far about Scheming Through The Zombie Apocalypse: The Beginning. It's a point-and-click adventure with a bit of a grim sense of humor and although full completion requires two playthroughs, Cheevo Guides says that a "Skip dialogue" button will make the second one fly by. Overall it shouldn't cost you much more than 2 hours of your time for yet another 100%.

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Sam Quirke
Written by Sam Quirke
Sam has been a Newshound since 2016 and is now the Editor for both TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies. He loves gaming on all devices and in all genres. He remains a stubborn Assassin's Creed and Pokémon fan.