Best Xbox One Games Right Now (March 2019 Update)

| March 14, 2019

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It's hard to believe but Xbox One launched in 2013, which means over five years of games! As such, it can be pretty tough to decide what to play, especially if you don't have a lot of time on your hands. From exclusives to the top multi-platform games to indies, there's a lot to choose from--and even though people joke that the Xbox One has no games, that's just not true! We've picked out the best Xbox One games so far. This includes every game on the console that received an 8 or higher on GameSpot. However, we've excluded backwards compatible games on Xbox One.

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