This week's Xbox sale might be a bit of a dud (we eagerly await the spring Xbox sale), but there are still a plethora of easy and quick game completions on offer!
As always, we've linked you to each game's hub, where you'll find achievement lists, guides, and full-blown achievement walkthroughs (if one has been written). We've also detailed this week's easiest, cheapest, and highest-rated games just below the table.
Quickest Xbox Game Completions from the latest Sales
The Journey Down: Chapter Two (The Journey Down Trilogy)
The easiest game of the bunch, or the one with the lowest TA ratio at least, is The Journey Down: Chapter Two, which can be picked up this week for $3.99/£3.19/€3.99 as part of The Journey Down Trilogy bundle. The majority of the point-and-click adventure game's achievements are unlocked by playing through its story, though there are a couple of missables you'll need to be aware of. By following angelsk's excellent The Journey Down: Chapter Two Walkthrough, you should pick up the full 1,000G in around an hour.
Mittelborg: City of Mages
The cheapest game on our list this week is also our highest rated. Mittelborg: City of Mages is on sale for $3.59/£2.75/€3.59 and has a community rating of 3.67/5, although that rating is from just six votes, so take that how you will. Not many of you have played Mittelborg: City of Mages, so the data might not be telling the whole story, but estimates suggest you'll be able to unlock all of the game's 38 achievements in under four hours. On paper, the achievement requirements do look pretty straightforward, though you'll largely be in the dark as we don't have a walkthrough or any guides for this one. If you've played Mittelborg: City of Mages, let us know how you found the completion down in the comments.
My Brother Rabbit
Seeing as Mittelborg: City of Mages occupies both the highest-rated and cheapest slot this week, we're going to highlight the second-best game here, as determined by TA ratios. My Brother Rabbit is a point-and-click adventure game from Artifex Mundi that will take you around three hours to complete. You'll unlock most of the game's achievements by playing through its story, but you will also need to keep an eye out for several collectables during your playthrough. Thankfully, SpiralOut46and2's thorough My Brother Rabbit Walkthrough details exactly where you'll find them. My Brother Rabbit is on sale for $7.79/£6.52/€7.79 as part of the Comrade Rabbit Bundle.
To view everything that's on offer from the latest Xbox sales, make sure you visit the sales page, where you can filter games by genre, see ratings, and more.
Which of these quick completions are you picking up this week? Let us know down in the comments!