10. D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die


Though it was never finished, D4 is one of the most interesting games to grace the Xbox One's library. Created by the man behind Deadly Premonition, Swery65, Dark Dreams Don't Die is a bizarre episodic adventure game following a private investigator named David Young whose wife has been murdered and he wants to find out how.

This all sounds fairly boilerplate for a detective story, but David is unable to recall the memories surrounding the event but has gained the ability to travel through time when he finds certain objects. Beyond that, there's plenty of that Swery65 unique weirdness to be found like David's roommate, a woman who acts like a cat, or the spiral horn haired fashion designer Duncan and his mannequin with the exact same haircut. It's a strange game but something to definitely be experienced.

9. Rise of the Tomb Raider


The reboot of the Tomb Raider reimagined Lara Croft as a more well-rounded and more real character than her previous incarnation. Her short shorts were replaced actual pants someone would wear to go rock climbing and spelunking, and her character was designed to look like an actual human being. Everything about the gameplay and story was improved over its predecessors with the trend continuing with the sequel, Rise of the Tomb Raider. After dealing with the supernatural events and violence of the previous game, Lara now attempts to follow in her late father's footsteps.

8. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt


Do you have 1000 hours to play an epic RPG based on a series of Polish fantasy novels about a white haired hunk who hunts monsters? You'd better because The Witcher 3 is considered to be one of the most well written games of all time. And don't worry about not having played the first two games, Wild Hunt will catch you up on the story. This open world third-person RPG is huge with plenty of monsters to hunt, quests to complete, weapons to use, gold to find, and card games to play.

7. Slime Rancher


There's a not a whole lot out there in terms of farming games. Sure you have your Harvest Moons and Stardew Valley, but what if you want something different? Well, in comes Slime Rancher, and no, it is not an offshoot of the long lost Tecmo series, Monster Rancher.

Slime Rancher is an extremely adorable first person farming game where you play as Beatrix LeBeau wielding her handy vacuum backpack, simply named the Vacpack. You are tasked with finding, raising, breeding all different kinds of slimes while adventuring out in the wilderness and growing crops to feed your hungry and growing family of slimes so they can produce plorts. You then sell those plorts to upgrade your ranch and Vacpack to use to raise more slimes to get more plorts! PLORTS!

6. Rocket League


Have you ever wanted to drive a rocket powered car into another rocket powered car so fast that the other car explodes? Have you ever wanted to make a rocket powered car do a backflip? Do you enjoy soccer? Then Rocket League is right up your alley. Since the game was released in 2015, there has been plenty of game modes added; from basketball to ice hockey and a mode with special power-ups. To sweeten the deal, if you play on Xbox One, you can even battle online with players on PC and Nintendo Switch.