The 15 Quickest Game Completions from the latest Xbox Sales

By Sean Carey,
This week's Deals with Gold sales stories for both Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles are now live. We've combed through what's on offer and pulled the 15 quickest and easiest games with low TA ratios and short estimated completion times. As always, we have linked to each game's hub where you can find an achievement list, guides and a walkthrough (if one's been written) on how to get through the game while grabbing the achievements as you go.

Quickest Xbox Game Completions from the latest Sales

Game Completion Time Average Discount Store Links
Fighting VipersBackwards compatible 0-1 hour 50% View
Daytona USABackwards compatible 0-1 hour 50% View
One Eyed Kutkh 0-1 hour 50% View
Super Weekend Mode 0-1 hour 30% View
The Station 0-1 hour 60% View
Woodle Tree Adventures 1-2 hours 50% View
Grass Cutter - Mutated Lawns 1-2 hours 33% View
The Path of Motus 1-2 hours 55% View
The Mooseman 1-2 hours 40% View
Lost Artifacts: Soulstone 4-5 hours 60% View
The Tower of Beatrice 2-3 hours 30% View
The Inner World 3-4 hours 60% View
Uncanny Valley 2-3 hours 75% View
The Assembly 3-4 hours 60% View
UglyDolls: An Imperfect Adventure 5-6 hours 50% View
First up, we have two backwards compatible Xbox 360 games on our list. Fighting Vipers is an arcade fighting game released back in 1995. It has 15 achievements worth 400 Gamerscore. Estimated completion time of less than hour, especially if you follow the walkthrough. Our next Xbox 360 game is Daytona USA with 12 achievements worth 200 Gamerscore. Again, another estimated completion time of around 1-2 hours as per our walkthrough. This week's Xbox 360 games will set you back less than $8 for 600 Gamerscore.

Onto the Xbox One games. One Eyed Kutkh is a straightforward completion with 10 achievements worth 1000 Gamerscore. It's not been that well received here on TA, only garnering a 2.04/5, but it is on sale for $2.49, so it's worth it for the Gamerscore. We also have a cracking walkthrough with over 207 upvotes for the point & click title, so you can't go wrong in purchasing this one.

Super Weekend Mode Achievements

Super Weekend Mode is a Ratalaika game and doesn't even need a full playthrough to unlock all of the achievements. The 11 achievements worth 1000 Gamerscore should only take you around 5-15 minutes according to our walkthrough. Super Weekend Mode is on sale at the bargain price for $3.49. Make sure you grab this one for the cheap and easy Gamerscore.

With 11 achievements worth 1000 Gs, The Station is another quick completions. According to our walkthrough, the adventure game should take you no longer than 30 minutes to complete. There are a few collectables and a missable achievement, so it's probably worth checking out that walkthrough or flicking through the individual achievement guides. The Station will set you back £6. Our site review gives the game a 3/5, so it could be worth the playthrough for both the achievements and the story.

Another easy completion that often features on these quick completion lists is Woodle Tree Adventures The platformer has 10 achievements worth 1000 Gamerscore and should take about 1-2 hours to complete. The hardest achievement on this list as determined by the achievement ratios is one that involves collecting 3000 berries for 100G — it shouldn't take too long to polish off. It has not been well received by the TA community with a rating of only 1.92 and is considered a child's game to many onsite. Woodle Tree Adventures is on sale for $2.49. Again, we have another excellent walkthrough here on TA to guide you through the game.

Grass Cutter - Mutated Lawns Achievements

For Grass Cutter - Mutated Lawns we don't have a walkthrough, but we do have plenty of individual achievement guides on site. 20 achievements worth 1000 Gamerscore for this one, and it should take an estimated 1-2 hours. The puzzler will set you back less than $5.

The Mooseman has 15 achievements worth 1000 Gamerscore. Looking at the list, most of these are tied to the story, but six achievements have been flagged as collectables. Another great walkthrough on this one to guide you through the process if needed. 1-2 hour completion time and the adventure game is currently on sale for $4.19. Our own site review gives The Mooseman a 3.5/5 citing a fantastic story, but tedious gameplay.

The Inner World has a slightly longer estimated completion of 3-4 hours, but if you can crack on through the entire game, you'll net yourself another 1000G for its 23 achievements. Taking a peek at the list 18 of the 23 are missable, so it's highly recommended that you follow our walkthrough. The point and click adventure game will set you back six of your American dollars (or regional equivalent).

The Assembly

Moving on down the list, we have the well-received (according to our site review) The Assembly. Originally it was a VR title that was ported over to Xbox One. The adventure game features 29 achievements for another 1000 Gamerscore. We are getting slightly more expensive with this one, on sale for $7.39. Check out our fantastic walkthrough on how to beat the game and grab all the achievements while doing so.

Finally, we have UglyDolls: An Imperfect Adventure. This is currently on sale for a whopping $20 and is actually the worst-rated game on this list — although it does only have 192 owners and only 24 of them have rated it here on TA. Still, if you're interested, the game has 30 achievements worth 1000 Gamerscore. Estimated completion time is around 5-6 hours. Looking at the list, it looks like you need to complete the game at least three times to unlock all the achievements, apart from that, the rest doesn't look too taxing.

That's it for this week. As always, if you know of any other easy completions or why these games might not be as easy as the TA ratios suggest, let us know in the comments. And let us know if you're picking up any of the games listed above.

You can view the full list of the games discounted in the latest Xbox sale here.

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Sean Carey
Written by Sean Carey
Hey everyone! I'm Sean. I have been writing gaming content for various outlets over the past few years while studying a degree in Journalism. I grew up on everything PlayStation — mainly Metal Gear Solid, with a brief foray into the world of Xbox. Nowadays, you'll find me mainly playing multiplayer PC games, but with the recent addition of the Xbox Game Pass for PC, I'm looking forward to improving my TA Score.