Benny and Lydia look back over 2017 and pick their top Xbox One games of the year. What have been your best Xbox One games of 2017? Let us know in the comments! Subscribe to the channel for great Xbox videos all week: https://goo.gl/pqXHjw
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Everyone kept saying 2017 was a great year for gaming. I really didn't see that as the case.
Over the last couple years quality picking has become very slim, and the games are sort of tedious and un-original.
It's sort of a problem if gaming is your primary hobby.
If you're not into battle royale or pvp shooters the last couple years likely took the starch out of your pants
My games of 2017: 1. Assassins Creed Origins
2. Agents of Mayham
3. South Park 2
My games of 2018: So far
1. Far Cry 5
2. Super Lucky's Tale
3. Recore (Yeah I know it's old but i'm playing it a lot)
4. Burnout Paradise remastered
5. Lego Marvel SH2
I don't know that playing a video game is anything at all like "experiencing" Word War 2 "first hand". That takes the cake for one of the most ridiculous statements I've heard on YouTube. This list is shamefully bad. It really illustrates the system's worst year of releases since the dawn of XBL. What a bummer.
Xbox needs to do a better job at getting more exclusive games instead of giving us more console features or giving use these low budget indie/16bit games if I want to play a indie game I will buy a old Sega
Man this console is sad. Why can't they just focus on games instead of power. And even worse the Xbox fanboys defend the console and the joke that is the Xbox one x. It'll probably be better 2018. But for now it's slightly worse than the ps4 and no where near as good as the Switch
I'm happy to see a YouTube channel acknowledge that Wildlands is fun to play. I got the game the day it came out and just casually progressed through it with some co-workers for months. We finally finished the story missions in December. My only disappointment is that the pre-launch videos suggested that each mission could be done stealthily or loud, and that's not the case. Other than that, I love the enormous size of the map, the amount of weapons to choose and customize, and just the thrill of playing with a team. It gets even more fun on the Extreme difficulty, because that takes away the colors from your minimap that indicates enemies in your general vicinity. Plus, you go down in like 2-3 shots.