Was the Xbox One Summer Spotlight a success?

Neil writes "The Summer Spotlight on Xbox One saw a whole ton of new games added to the Xbox One Games Store on a fairly regular basis. But did the addition of numerous titles each week ensure that the quality picked up just as much as the quantity?"

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oKidUKo1135d ago

Plenty of variety meant there was something for everyone.

Foehammer1135d ago

Agree, just as the article says, "Overall though and the Spotlight was a huge success."

I image the Xbox One Summer Spotlight can be partially credited with the recent GameStop statement about the X1 selling twice as much as the 360.

Well done; now I'm really enjoying what has been released and what will be released in the lead-up to the Holidays.

FlexLuger1135d ago (Edited 1135d ago )

I have quite a few of those:

Rarer replay
velocity 2x
toy soldiers ( I have all the TS games, the firs tow are on BC on my XB1 aswell)
Nova 111
Dont starve

But batring in mind that I got my XB1 in april, the games that have taken up most of my time this year has been FH2, FM5, halo:MCC ,titanfall, Bf4, neverwinter, gears, elite and smite. And Ill be playing forza 6 in 4 days!

neil3631134d ago

Wow, that's a decent number of games you've got yourself since April. Enjoy them!

FlexLuger1134d ago (Edited 1134d ago )

Thats not even all the games I own ;) Games like velocity are quite cheap. I remember picking up lifeless planet on XB1 for something like seven pounds. I just keep my eye on the XBL sales, is all. You can spend 25 quid in one month and end up with 4 descent games. Its the deals man! Never winter and smite are f2P, but I have easily spent £100 pounds on neverwinter. Smite was so good, I had to get the founders pack. was only 25 quid anyway. And thats not bad for a game that has seen more playtime than some AAA games I have owned.