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Indie developer Infinite Dreams' Sky Force is a popular series of mobile shooting games that debuted on Xbox One last year. Now the sequel Sky Force Reloaded is about to hit Xbox too, and Windows Central is proud to bring you this exclusive preview!
It has been a dry week for ID@Xbox one releases, with indie developers and publishers not wanting their launches to get trampled by Black Friday sales. Still, we did get one new indie Xbox game and three bundles to help tide us over till next week!
There are lots of charging solutions for your Xbox One controllers. But few become a part of the console as nicely as the Nyko Modular Charging Station S. It fits on top of any Xbox One S, charges two controllers, and adds an extra USB port too.
Tonight at 9pm ET (8pm CT, 6pm PT, 2am GMT) on Mixe, we'll be playing and giving out free copies of Ruiner, the amazingly stylish cyberpunk shooter from Devolver Digital. Read on for quick impressions and contest details.
The first LEGO Marvel Super Heroes was a strong launch title for Xbox One. Now LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 is the series' latest adventure, featuring the largest roster yet, including the Guardians of the Galaxy, Gwenpool, Ms. Marvel, and many more.
Where headsets are concerned, a bulky wire can make a big difference in comfort. The EasySMX Wireless Headset is an affordable gaming headset that can be used wirelessly for game audio with Xbox One and completely wirelessly with PlayStation.
Classic open-world action game Outcast returns as Outcast: Second Contact on Xbox One. With improved graphics and a fascinating sci-fi world to explore, Outcast is a huge game – but some of its elements are badly in need of updating.
Warframe is the Xbox One's longest-running free to play game, having arrived in 2014. Digital Extremes still updates Warframe to this day, having just released the Plains of Eidolon expansion with a new social area and a huge open-world map.
This week saw seven new indie games come to Xbox One. These include an open-world classic, a brutal motorcycle combat game, a horror-themed adventure game, a colorful 3D platformer, a licensed beat 'em up, and a classic fighting game.
EA's latest life simulation game finally arrived on Xbox One. The Sims 4 for Xbox is the most feature-complete home version yet, with boundless depth and potential – but it doesn't always feel like a great fit for the living room.
Wheel of Fortune is a popular game show in which contestants spin a wheel, buy letters, and try to solve a hangman-style puzzle. Ubisoft just brought the game to Xbox One with authentic gameplay, online multiplayer, and customizable characters.
Gameshows make fine videogames, allowing players to actively participate in the same show they already enjoy on television. Ubisoft has just brought Jeopardy! to Xbox One, featuring the classic TV gameplay, online multiplayer, and two new game modes.
Six years after the release of Sonic Generations, Sonic the Hedgehog is finally back on Xbox in a fully 3D game: Sonic Forces. Customizable characters are the big new feature, but how does the rest of this long-awaited sequel hold up?
Six indie games go into a room but only one comes out
This week saw only six new ID@Xbox games, though they're mostly quite interesting. Highlights include colorful 3D platforming, intense shooting, arcade basketball, and even the chance to work as an emergency call dispatcher. That's quite a mix!
One of the best Kinect games ever, Disneyland Adventures, returns on Xbox One and Windows 10 with Xbox Play Anywhere support. Players of all ages will love the chance to explore an authentic virtual Disneyland using either a controller or Kinect.
Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure, formerly a Kinect-exclusive Xbox 360 title, is back. With levels based on six Pixar properties and Xbox Play Anywhere support, this is a great game for Disney fans – and it can finally be played with a controller!