The Xbox One X is super powerful; if you weren’t aware Microsoft will tell you all about it. Unfortunately, as you probably know if you bought one, that focus on building super juiced hardware has come at the expense of games worthy of your time.

For obvious reasons, software would seem to be the biggest factor in who wins the console wars. At the beginning of 2018, there had been an estimated total of 30-35 million Xbox Ones sold, while consumers had purchased nearly 70 million PS4s. Just over a week ago, Sony bumped that number up to 76 million. Meanwhile, Microsoft still appears to be searching for direction.

I say all of this not to rub it in; I could care less which inanimate box has better games. But at this moment, the PS4 certainly seems to have the upper hand; we even published a list of the top 20 PS4 games at the beginning of 2018.

This is important to note because a number of games on that list are also available on Xbox One. For example, *takes deep breath*: Batman: Arkham Knight, Rocket League, Wolfenstein II, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Sonic Mania, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Hitman, The Witness, Witcher 3, Metal Gear Solid 5, Resident Evil 7, Overwatch, and Grand Theft Auto 5.

Seven or eight of those games could definitely be on this list, but we don’t have a whole lot left to say about them, and they’d all just be in the same order as they were over there anyway.
For the sake of not making practically identical lists, we only included games that weren’t on the PS4 list. Here are the top 10 Xbox One X games out there right now.