Easy Gamerscore: the 32 quickest game completions from the latest Xbox sales

By Sean Carey,
It's a fantastic week for quick completions. The Xbox sales gods have blessed us with a whopping 32 games that can be considered quick and somewhat easy completions from the latest Xbox One and Xbox 360 sales. As always, you'll find our round-up of the easiest, cheapest and highest-rated titles below as well as links to achievement lists, guides and walkthroughs.

Quickest Xbox Game Completions from the latest sales

Game Completion Time Average Discount Store Links
CAN ANDROIDS PRAY: BLUE 0-1 hour 50% View
A Winter's Daydream 0-1 hour 40% View
Storm Boy 0-1 hour 80% View
Sonic the FightersBackwards compatible 0-1 hour 50% View
Ailment 0-1 hour 30% View
Fragments of Him 2-3 hours 65% View
Transference 0-1 hour 75% View
Inferno 2+ 0-1 hour 30% View
Energy Cycle Edge 1-2 hours 50% View
The Station 0-1 hour 67% View
Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition 2-3 hours 75% View
Woodle Tree Adventures 1-2 hours 70% View
The Path of Motus 1-2 hours 65% View
Where the Bees Make Honey 1-2 hours 80% View
Wandersong 0-1 hour 25% View
The Mooseman 1-2 hours 50% View
SNK 40th Anniversary Collection 0-1 hour 50% View
Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons 2-3 hours 80% View
Stone 1-2 hours 50% View
The Gardens Between 1-2 hours 65% View
The Little Acre 1-2 hours 75% View
Black The Fall 2-3 hours 70% View
Outbreak: The Nightmare Chronicles 2-3 hours 60% View
Tacoma 1-2 hours 50% View
Bullet Beat 0-1 hour 10% View
Dear Esther: Landmark Edition 2-3 hours 70% View
Firewatch 4-5 hours 75% View
What Remains of Edith Finch 2-3 hours 50% View
Old Man's Journey 1-2 hours 75% View
Pipe Push Paradise 2-3 hours 67% View
Pillar 2-3 hours 65% View
Far-Out 0-1 hour 25% View

The easiest completion as determined by its TA ratio is Can Androids Pray: Blue. The visual novel has just ten achievements worth a total of 1000 Gamerscore. As with most visual novels, the achievement list is pretty straightforward, although over half of the achievements are flagged as missable. According to the Can Androids Pray: Blue walkthrough we have on-site, a full completion will take you about 20 minutes if you're not interested in following the story. Judging from the current 2.05/5 community rating, it might not be the most enthralling story anyway. Can Androids Pray: Blue will set you back $3.49/£2.89.

Storm Boy is on sale for a ridiculous price with a total 80% off its normal list price. This makes Storm Boy this week's cheapest game. You can pick up the adventure game for just $1.19/£0.99. It has 11 achievements worth a total of 1000 Gamerscore and can be completed in under an hour. There is nothing too complicated about the achievement list, but we do have a great Storm Boy walkthrough for you to follow if you need it. Storm Boy has a community rating of 2.70/5, so there could be some fun to be had here.


The highest-rated of all the games on our list this week is Firewatch. The TA community has given Campo Santo's adventure game a rating of 4.03/5 from over 2,000 votes. Firewatch has just ten achievements worth a total of 1,000 Gamerscore; however, it's going to take you slightly longer to complete this one — around four to five hours. The list is pretty straightforward, but the game's somewhat complex semi-open world takes a little while to get used to. To make things easier, we recommend you follow the well-received Firewatch walkthrough here on TA. Firewatch is on sale for $4.99/£3.99.

That's it for this week's quick completions. If you know of any other games that should be included in our list, let us know in the comments below. You can view the full list of the games discounted in the latest Xbox sale here. Also, let us know if you'll be picking up any of the games we've mentioned. Catch you next week!
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Sean Carey
Written by Sean Carey
Sean graduated from Southampton Solent University with a first-class honours degree in Journalism, which he uses to keep TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies topped up with the latest gaming and industry news. When not scouring the web for the latest big story, you’ll find him tearing up the streets in Forza Horizon 5, or failing miserably in Call of Duty: Warzone.