A new Xbox sale is live, and we've plundered its offerings to bring you a list of 31 quick completions. This week, we have a few Xbox 360 classics on our list, as well as some familiar favourites you're definitely used to seeing by now. As always, we've dropped links to each game's hub, where you can view achievement lists, guides, and walkthroughs (if there is one available), as well as a link to the Microsoft Store. Quickest Xbox game completions from the latest sales Venus: Improbable Dream https://www.trueachievements.com/customimages/124396.jpg Kicking things off, we have the game with the lowest ratio on our list, Venus: Improbable Dream. The visual novel has 12 story-related achievements that can all be unlocked in under five minutes, thanks to options that allow you to increase the game's text speed – for more on this, check out this forum post. Venus: Improbable Dream is on sale for $6.99/£5.87/€6.99. We'll leave it up to you to decide whether paying that much for it is worth it or not... Dead Rising 2: Case Zerohttps://www.trueachievements.com/customimages/124397.jpg On to this week's cheapest game! Dead Rising 2: Case Zero takes the crown for the cheapest quick completion from the sale. The backwards compatible Xbox 360 title can be purchased for just $0.99/£0.67/€0.95 – a bargain! The game has just 12 achievements, which are worth 200 Gamerscore in total, and they can all be unlocked in under five hours, according to estimates. If you haven't completed this one, we recommend following Confused Shelf's Dead Rising 2: Case Zero Walkthrough to nab all of the game's achievements. Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise https://www.trueachievements.com/customimages/088778.jpg Finally, on to our highest-rated game of the week, as determined by you, the TA community. Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise sits with a community rating of 3.7/5 and is on sale for just $1.49/£1.24/€1.49 – that's 90% off its previous price. The point-and-click adventure game has 30 achievements that will take you around five hours to unlock. While a fair few are unlocked by playing through the story, the rest are either cumulative or unlocked by performing miscellaneous actions – that is, with the exception of a speedrunning achievement that asks you to complete the game in under 120 minutes. To view everything that's on offer from the latest Xbox sales, make sure you visit the sales page, where you can filter games by genre, see ratings, and more. Which of these will pick up? Let us know down in the comments!