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Xbox One: The launch titles

Ryse: Son of Rome

Killer Instinct

Dead Rising 3

Forza Motorsport 5

Crimson Dragon

Battlefield 4

Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag

Zumba Fitness World Party

Skylanders: Swap Force

Fighter Within

Lego Marvel Super Heroes

Lococycle

Madden 25

NBA Live 14

NBA 2K14

Just Dance 2014

Need for Speed: Rivals

Powerstar Golf

Zoo Tycoon

FIFA 14

Call of Duty: Ghosts

What about PlayStation 4?

The Xbox One will hit stores on November 22 for $499. The console is launching with 21 games, eight of which are exclusive to the new Microsoft console. (Click the arrow above to see them all.)
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Crytek's Ryse: Son of Rome is a first-person sword-and-sandal epic set in, of all places, ancient Rome.

Xbox One exclusive

Find more in-depth coverage of Ryse: Son of Rome on GameSpot.

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Fighting game Killer Instinct was originally released by Rare in 1994. Microsoft executive Phil Spencer announced at E3 that an updated, free-to-play version will be coming exclusively to the Xbox One.

Xbox One exclusive

Find more in-depth coverage of Killer Instinct on GameSpot.

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Dead Rising 3, an Xbox One exclusive, stars a "Sons of Anarchy"-type protagonist named Nick and features open-world gameplay with "no load times." The game has destructible environments and "hundreds" of improvised weapons.

Xbox One exclusive

Find more in-depth coverage of Dead Rising 3 on GameSpot.

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Featuring a new AI dubbed "Drivatar," the game is being developed by longtime series heads Turn 10 and will be released at the launch of the next-generation Xbox One.

Xbox One exclusive

Check out our hands-on preview of Forza 5, and find more in-depth coverage on GameSpot.

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From the makers of Panzer Dragoon comes Crimson Dragon, a dragon-based flight sim featuring dragon-on-dragon combat with an arsenal of fireballs at your disposal and boss battles galore.

Xbox One exclusive

Find more in-depth coverage of Crimson Dragon on GameSpot.

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DICE took six years to produce a sequel to Battlefield 2 but is wasting no time on the fourth iteration in the series. After a two-year gap, Battlefield 4 is already available on current consoles and the PC, and launches on the Xbox One and PS4 in November.

Also available on: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360

Read our review of the PC version of Battlefield 4, and find more in-depth coverage on GameSpot.

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Not to be confused with the '80s hard-core band, this Black Flag has you in the role of a pirate traversing the Caribbean, "liberating" island forts and fending off sharks.

Also available on: PS3, PS4, Xbox 360

Read our review of Black Flag, and find more in-depth coverage of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag on GameSpot.

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Zumba finally tips its hat to everyone's favorite '80s band. We think. Play this game and "You will pay tomorrow." Save us, save us from tomorrow. Won't anybody think of the tomorrows?

Also available on: Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U

Find more in-depth coverage of Zumba Fitness World Party on GameSpot

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The wildly successful toy/video game crossover gets a next-gen console makeover.

Also available on: PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U

Find more in-depth coverage of Skylanders: Swap Force on GameSpot.

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Despite the title, this is a game where the fighter is anything but "within." Beat up exotic dudes in exotic locales!

Xbox One exclusive

Find more in-depth coverage of Fighter Within on GameSpot.

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That mischievous Loki, always trying to make the Earth break. And those Marvel superheroes, always trying to stop him. Expect lots of jokes about plastic.

Also available on: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Wii U

Find more in-depth coverage of Lego Marvel Super Heroes on GameSpot.

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True to its name, Lococycle looks completely insane. This "die-hard" move is called "going McClane." Probably.

Xbox One exclusive

Find more in-depth coverage of Lococycle on GameSpot.

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Madden 25 offers the same kind of sports action you've come to expect over the last 25 years, and its fantasy football promises cross-platform compatibility.

Also available on: PS3, PS4, Xbox 360

Find more in-depth coverage of Madden 25 on GameSpot.

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NBA Live 14 is EA's latest b-ball entry -- and one of two basketball games on the Xbox One.

Also available on: PS4

Find more in-depth coverage of NBA Live 14 on GameSpot.

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And here's 2K's entry: NBA 2K14.

Also available on: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360

Find more in-depth coverage of NBA 2K14 on GameSpot.

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Busting a move like it's the end of the world in this Kinect-enabled dance game. I call dibs on Slimer.

Also available on: PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U

Find more in-depth coverage of Just Dance 2014 on GameSpot.

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You've played this game before, you know what's in store: street racing with hot performance cars.

Also available on: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360

Find more in-depth coverage of Need for Speed: Rivals on GameSpot.

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A new golfing game for the Xbox One, but they've potentially missed a shot as it doesn't appear to be Kinect compatible.

Xbox One exclusive

Find more in-depth coverage of Powerstar Golf on GameSpot.

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Microsoft has promised a version of this PC favorite that is designed from the ground up for the consoles.

Also available on: Xbox 360

Find more in-depth coverage of Zoo Tycoon on GameSpot.

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If American football isn't your thing, then try the only "true" one. Microsoft announced that European Xbox One preorders will include a copy of this game.

Also available on: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360

Find more in-depth coverage of FIFA 14 on GameSpot.

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One of the year's biggest titles -- and the multiplayer game to beat -- is coming to Xbox One as well.

Also available on: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Wii U

Find more in-depth coverage of Call of Duty: Ghosts on GameSpot.

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How does Xbox stack up against the competition? Check out the PS4 launch lineup.
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