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Xbox Anime Games Series X and S Games for Anime Enthusiasts

Xbox Anime Games

Are you an anime enthusiast who is looking for anime games to play on their Xbox Series X or S? Xbox may not be as popular as the PlayStation consoles, but when it comes to performance, Xbox Series X and S both are clear of PlayStation 5.

Talking about games, there are thousands we see when we check out the game store. But this time we made this list a little special for anime addicts, you can now play games that are linked to anime in some sort.

10. Star Ocean: The Divine Force (One of the Best Xbox Series X and S Anime Games)

Are you a fan of the Star Ocean anime series? Because if you are not, you will become one after playing Star Ocean: The Divine Force.

Star Ocean: The Divine Force is an original video game, not connected to its predecessors. Also, don’t mix it with Star Ocean Ex anime both are different things.

The game has a vast map that you can explore, you can also engage in hardcore action. Instead of one Star Ocean: The Divine Force can be played from 2 different characters’ perspectives. This helps the video game to adapt the story better, and gamers can enjoy playing two characters.

09. Blaster Master Zero 3

While the game may look dull in graphics, the plot outshines it. The game is adapted in retro-style graphics, which was intentionally done by the creator to pay homage to the original Blaster Master Zero, or the whole franchise in general.

Blaster Master Zero 3 is portrayed in the usual anime style, with each character playing a role in the lore. The game takes place in space where our three main characters are trying to rescue a planet that is on the verge of destruction.

People criticize it for having old graphics, but only the fans of Blaster Master Zero 3 appreciate what it is. What do you think of it? Comment your feelings down in the comment section.

08. Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel (Unique title in Xbox Anime Games)

The world of Yu-Gi-Oh is diverse, multiple games are available. Do you enjoy playing card games? Well, If you are a fan of the anime you surely are, it’s not just any game that has FHD resolution. You can play cross-platform matches too.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is a digital card-trading game where two parties go against each other and one comes victorious. With over 10,000 promo cards, you can go against your friends and the original characters from the games.

07. Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds

Do you love chibi characters, aren’t they the most cute and funny things? Well, it gets more intriguing when we can play the characters from the original Phantom Breakers video game as small and dwarf-like.

The game is not canon, it is a spin-off. It won’t ruin your experience of the original Phantom Breaker, you could play it randomly anytime. What makes this game out of the ordinary is its characters, there are various cameo appearances from different anime’s.

Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds also portrays the chibi characters not in modern graphics but in retro style. What’s more impressive is that it has a meticulous combat system and each hit unveils the damage.

06. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

How do people know about Dragon Ball Z? We don’t know about you, but we remember it as one of the greatest anime that’s probably leading the action genre.

Goku and Vegeta are famously known for having a furious and friendly rivalry, but when it comes to their friendship or family, they are willing to sacrifice their lives for each other.

Goku’s story is similar to that of Superman’s, both were sent from a strange alien planet to Earth. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot reveals the tale of Goku, from the very beginning. You relive as one of the strongest characters from the Dragon Ball Z universe.

05. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles

The willpower and hatred for demons Tanjiro Kamado shows in Demon Slayer is one of the reasons why the anime is popular.

In hopes of finding a cure for his sister who was turned into a demon by Muzan Kibutsuji, the strongest Demon ever to live. Tanjiro slaughters any demon coming his way, in hopes of finding Muzan. That’s the synopsis of both anime and the video game.

Demon Slayer The Hinokami Chronicles gameplay commences from the beginning, the story, the characters, and everything is the same. You get to explore the streets of Japan, and stunning landscapes, and fight the Demons that emerge from these beautiful locations.

04. Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

Tales of Vesperia is one of the best games of its time, it came with heavy lore. Although the game is getting older and older, that’s what we were thinking for quite a long time. Until the game came in with a surprising announcement of renewing the Tales of Vesperia into Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition.

Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition portrays the story of a former knight who becomes vigilant and goes on an adventure with Estelle, a noblelady. With beautiful towns, greenish mountains, and snowy hills, it’s fun to go on an adventure.

03. Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Becoming a gangster and having people follow you everywhere you go is probably every boy’s childhood dream. If you still wish to become one, don’t try it in real life, instead Play Yakuza: Like a Dragon.

The game begins by introducing us to a former gangster who is now desperate to become a hero, and he could do it by any means. He has a lot of questions to ask for his Yakuza group. The story as a whole talks about Yakuza, you would enjoy it only if you are a fan of anime or love watching gangster shows.

02. Scarlet Nexus

In a video game, clashing swords with the enemy is fun, because both parties are in constant stress and are aiming for the win. Scarlet Nexus takes us to the future, where humans can use telekinesis and psychic powers. You start the game by choosing one of the primary characters out of two, both protagonists have different routes and outcomes.

The lore is rich with various characters, each playing their part. You can team up with other characters, make them use their ability and the combat style is dynamic. Gamers also praise this game for its clear sound and pretty graphics, leading them to write positive reviews on the internet.

01. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (The Best Anime Games for Xbox Series X and S)

We as kids always admired being as strong as Goku and Vegeta, but a dream stays a dream if it can’t be possible. In the case of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, we can enjoy our time living with the Dragon Ball Z characters. The game starts right after you create a custom character and name it. A character with your name and similar looks may make all Dragon Ball Z fans go crazy over it.

The game involves time travel, and the events relating to it. The protagonist’s job is to fix the history that has changed because of the miscalculations in time. The game features most of the Dragon Ball, and the scenes running in the game may seem like a film or anime is being played.

Conclusion: Xbox Anime Games For Series X/S

How do you rate these anime games? All of them on this list are by rating and multiple elements. Compared to PS4, Xbox has a limited number of video games. If there is any game on this list that should not be in, tell us more on the topic.

How was this list? Also was there any anime game that you were fascinated by? Feel free to comment down below, we would love to hear your thoughts.


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