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Can you guess the 20 Xbox One exclusives?

01 Aug 13

Pixelenemy.com has released a trailer real with 20 Xbox One exclusives. How many can you get?

Here’s the full list in order of appearance...


  • Black Tusk Project (untitled)

  • Ryse

  • Forza 5

  • Halo 5

  • Killer Instinct

  • Dead Rising 3

  • Kinect Sports Rivals

  • Sunset Overdrive

  • Crimson Dragon

  • D4

  • Quantum Break

  • Titan Fall

  • Powerstar Golf

  • Fantasia: Music Evolved

  • Below

  • Project Spark

  • Zoo Tycoon

  • Loco Cycle

  • Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare

  • Xbox One Minecraft


One or two of them seem kind of lazy, and really calling Minecraft an Xbox One exclusive – does that work?

Check out the video below:

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