8 Interesting Xbox Game Pass Games You Probably Haven't Checked Out

8 Interesting Xbox Game Pass Games You Probably Haven't Checked Out

Hidden Gems Of Game PassXbox Game Pass subscribers are spoiled for choice, with huge first-party titles like Gears 5 and Sea of Thieves, AAA masterpieces like Devil May Cry V and Yakuza 0, and a glut of well-regarded indies like Two Point Hospital and Subnautica to play through. Even Grand Theft Auto V is available on there now, which could easily consume hundreds of hours (if you haven’t already jumped in).With so many huge titles grabbing your attention, though, plenty of great smaller games slip through the cracks. We’re not just interested in the absolute best games on Xbox Game Pass–we went searching for the undiscovered gems, the Game Pass gold that you skipped over while scrolling down the list, not realizing what you were missing out on. Here are just a few of the hidden gems tucked away in the subscription service. Sea Salt (Xbox One, PC)Much like the upcoming Carrion, Sea Salt has been described as a “reverse horror game,” although in this one you play as a swarming horde of beasts rather than a single monster. The controls are simple–you move an on-screen cursor to direct your swarm, and hold down RT when you want to start attacking anything within range, moving through each 2D level and destroying anyone who has the misfortune of crossing your path. It’s a fairly brutal game as your swarm (which can be upgraded with new units as you go) overwhelms enemies and tears them asunder, and each level ends in a fun boss fight that offers a more strategic take on the game’s combat, asking you to learn the enemy’s patterns and target their moments of weakness. It’s simple but satisfying, and seeing your enemies give up and start fleeing as you approach is distressingly satisfying. This is the sort of short, unique, and strange game that will stick with you, but it’s also the kind of game that many people would have skipped over at full price–which means that it’s a great fit for Game Pass. Rise & Shine (Xbox One)Adult Swim’s puzzle-shooter is right at home on Xbox Game Pass. It’s definitely not without its faults, but when it’s included within a subscription service, it’s much easier to focus on what this short-and-sharp action game does right and forgive its terrible dialog and occasional gameplay stumbles. It looks fantastic, with a cartoon art style full of great environments and…
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