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Xbox One digital releases for 25th – 29th September, 2017

Here’s the full lineup of video games coming to the Xbox One Games Store between 25th – 29th September, 2017.

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Here’s the full lineup of video games coming to the Xbox One Games Store between 25th – 29th September, 2017.

You wait ages for an Xbox One exclusive, and then two arrive on the same day.

We’ve been looking forward to Studio MDHR’s Cuphead for some time. It’s plain to see that it’s a mind-boggling beautiful game, and a true artistic achievement. But how the game plays? Well, that’s up for debate. We found it a little tricky way back at E3 2016, but hopefully the game has been refined over the past two years, and its difficulty curve is smooth enough to ensure Cuphead becomes a true highlight in the Xbox One library.

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Also released on Friday is EA’s FIFA 18, and Forza Motorsport 7, the latest in Turn 10’s peerless series of racing simulations.

Other highlights this week include the second part of Telltale’s Batman – The Enemy Within, and Battle Garegga Rev.2016, a console version of the tough-as-nails 1996 arcade shoot ’em up. The game is the first release in the new Shot Triggers series from the talented folks at M2.

Here’s the full rundown of next week’s Xbox One digital releases:

Xbox One Game Store releases 25th – 29th September, 2017

Monday 25th September, 2017

  • No releases

Tuesday 26th September, 2017

  • Batman: The Enemy Within – Episode 2: The Pact
  • Pinball FX3

Wednesday 27th September, 2017

  • Ruiner (Xbox Play Anywhere)
  • Lightfield
  • Lilith-M
  • Splasher

Thursday 28th September, 2017

  • No releases

Friday 29th September, 2017

  • Battle Garegga Rev.2016
  • Cuphead (Xbox Play Anywhere)
  • FIFA 18
  • Forza Motorsport 7 (Xbox Play Anywhere)
  • Syndrome

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