Two new games this week... Call Of Juarez: Bound In Blood and Call Of Juarez: The Cartel. I've never played either of them and don't really know anything about them. The former looks like sort of a Red Dead kind of game, whereas the The Cartel seems to take place in more modern times. Shrug.
Two new games this week. First up is Brutal Legend, which I've never played but I probably should. Tim Schafer and all. And then there's Greg Hastings Paintball 2 which is apparently a first person paintball game that is a sequel to a first person paintball game. I probably won't play this one.
Woah, this is a welcome surprise: the Zone Of The Enders HD Collection is now added to the list. It's always cool to see another Kojima production made playable on Xbox One. And there's Rumble Roses XX which I've never played but I think had a bit of a cult following upon release?
Two Tomb Raider games get added to the list this week. And actually I'm excited about both of them (even though I've played them both in the past) because Tomb Raider: Anniversary and Tomb Raider: Legend were both developed by Crystal Dynamics.
This week we get the 2008 Prince Of Persia game which I don't really know anything about. But more importantly we get Earth Defense Force 2025 for more big bug shootin'!
I'll be honest - I don't really know much about all the Tom Clancy game series. But people seem to like them. Splinter Cell Blacklist and Splinter Cell Double Agent have now been added to the list.
Woah! This week's update is solid! We get THREE Silent Hill games added to the list. There's Silent Hill Homecoming, which I've heard mixed things about. But there's also Silent Hill 2 and 3 via the Silent Hill HD Collection. The second game is a straight up classic, so I'm excited to play it again.
I don't really know about either of these games. Dante's Inferno is I'm pretty sure a sort of God Of War clone. It looks alright. I've never heard of RUSE. But hey, now they're on the list.
I don't know anything about Overlord and Overlord II, and I can't say the screenshots look like something that would necessarily appeal to me. But I've been wrong before.