The creators of some of Nintendo's best-loved classics just released this insanely ambitious pirate adventure for Xbox One
When it comes to big games on the Xbox One - which is to say, games that aren't available on the PlayStation 4 - the list is pretty short.
This week's launch of "Sea of Thieves" is an outsized addition to that list.
And with "Sea of Thieves," Microsoft has an amibitious new addition to its list of console exclusive games.
It's an online-only game, meaning you can only play the game in an open world full of other pirates (actual human players). The game never holds your hand, instead depending on players to teach each other and themselves how to play. And there's no one narrative - the story of the game is what happens while you take on and complete quests.
In my brief few hours with it so far, I've found a lot of promise and charm in "Sea of Thieves." Here's why I think you should give it a shot.
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