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Official Xbox Magazine celebrates the 100 greatest Xbox games you can play today in this month's issue

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From the earth-shattering Halo Combat Evolved to the huge open-world games we enjoy today on Xbox One, Official Xbox Magazine details the 100 Xbox games of all time – all still playable courtesy of back compatibility and Game Pass. We talk to Xbox's Aaron Greenberg about the future of Xbox gaming, xCloud, Project Scarlett and more! 

Plus we bring you a massive Preview Special, featuring all of the biggest games releasing in 2019 and beyond. Plus there are free gifts: Xbox Icons sticker set and awesome double-sided Halo poster – all free with the latest issue of OXM.

100 Greatest Games on Xbox

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There have been so many great games on Xbox since the first console was released in 2001, that it was a really tough job to list only 100 of the finest. From Halo: Combat Evolved and the Gears of War series to Forza, Batman Arkham, Assassin's Creed and more, we've listed our favourite games that are still, via the magic of compatibility, playable today on Xbox One. How many of the 100 have you played?

Retro Xbox games

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We love our Xboxes, and all the great games that have ever been on it! Find out the story behind underrated but brilliant Xbox 360 RPG Kingdoms Of Amalur: Reckoning in this month's mag!

This man inhabits an Oddworld

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Every month we talk to the world's top game developers and get behind the scenes with the greatest new Xbox games. This issue we spoke to Oddworld Inhabitants' Lorne Lanning, creator of the Oddworld games, who tells us about the origins of Abe and his Mudokon friends, and the series' latest forthcoming game, Oddworld: Soulstorm.

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