We’re not done yet! For our mouse and keyboard warriors, more PC games are coming soon. We’ll keep you updated on all things Xbox Game Pass for PC (Beta) here on our new Twitter account and you should tune in to Inside Xbox on Tuesday, September 24 for even more news.
Bloodstained is ace. I haven't played a Jump game in an age, but it seems nothing like Jump Stars and Jump Super Stars which was ace. It reminds me of Dragonball Z Tenkaichi Bodoukai, but with more Jump characters.
For the price of 1 game, or literally bugger all if you’re committed to Microsoft Rewards and other promotions, you don’t have to buy anything else all year. I don’t expect it to continue at current prices indefinitely but at the moment gaming has never been cheaper.
The only negative you can label at the service is that MS don’t give you enough warning when games are leaving.
Monkey Man wrote:New Game Pass rewards quest soon -
10,000 Points in 10 Days
For every Gamerscore point you get, you will earn 1 Microsoft Rewards point. Complete this quest between September 19-28 to earn up to 10,000 points. Check your Xbox for details.
Now live but only for 19 games -
Ashes Cricket Devil May Cry 5 Stellaris: Console edition Kingdom Come: Deliverance Yoku's Island Express Blair Witch Bard's Tale IV Worms WMD Dead Rising 4 Middle-earth: Shadow of War Minecraft Forza Horizon 4 Dead by Daylight Lego City Undercover Mortal Kombat X Just Cause 4 Sea of Theives PES 2019 Metro Exodus Halo: Master Chief Collection
Is anyone else experiencing a problem with the 10,000gs quest? My points aren’t tracking in the app. It’s disappointing that it’s limited to this small pool of games but I at least expected it to work.
Yoku’s Island Express is a lovely little game, however. A combination of Rayman Legends and pinball although i’m not usually a fan of Metroidvania type games so eventually it’ll become too overwhelming and i’ll move on to something else
hamm sandwich wrote:Is anyone else experiencing a problem with the 10,000gs quest? My points aren’t tracking in the app. It’s disappointing that it’s limited to this small pool of games but I at least expected it to work.