It's strange that such an old game was released on Xbox One. This game finds it's roots from between 2004 and 2006. Of course, that is when the original Xbox was supported and the 360 was just released (to put a date on this game).
This game doesn't not belong on Xbox One or any platform besides on a computer. In my opinion the coding and customization is 75% of the enjoyment in this game. Though ROBLOX allows you to use these futures you have to have a computer to access this stuff in the first place. So, if you have a computer, what's the point in using an Xbox for this? I don't think you need a lot of RAM or a beefy graphics card to run this game...
As mentioned above, ROBLOX's content is strictly designed by amateurs. So, as you can expect, many of the "games" are buggy, small, and overall redundant. Probably the most fun I found was in the side-game "Retail Tycoon" [Shown Below].
ROBLOX is quaint
. I would absolutely categorize it more
than just shovel ware. But, I would also put it in the same camp with Bejeweled, Hexic, and Peggle as far as enjoyment value.
It's worth your $0 or £0 or €0 or 0 "Robux" to pick up this game for an easy 1000gs.