Another weekly Xbox sale has arrived, bringing with it a bunch of easy Gamerscore titles. There are so many this week, in fact, that for the first time ever (I think), there are over 100 quick completions on offer.That's right. In our table below you'll find a whopping 101 quick completions, including a bunch of familiar Easy Gamerscore names and a whole lot more. 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.
Easy Gamerscore from the latest Xbox sale
Brain Storm: Tower Bombarde
The easiest game of the bunch this week is Xitilon-published Brain Storm: Tower Bombarde, which has a TA Ratio of just 1.01. This puzzle game has 11 ridiculously simple achievements worth 1,000 Gamerscore. They are so simple to unlock that popping them all will only take you about 15 minutes. You probably won't need it, but we do have a Brain Storm: Tower Bombarde walkthrough (written by Anubis Gamma) should you get stuck or need a helping hand. Brain Storm: Tower Bombarde is on sale for $3.74/£3.14/€3.74 and has been rated 2.08/5 by TA users.
The cheapest easy completion on offer is Gem Smashers, which can be purchased for just $0.64/£0.51/$0.86. Gem Smashers has 17 achievements that will roughly take you around three hours to unlock. Unfortunately, we don't have many guides or a walkthrough for this one, but looking at how simple the achievements are, you're not going to need one anyway. Gem Smashers currently sits with a 2.53/5 community rating.
Other Gamerscore bargains this week include: Castle of no Escape, Castle of no Escape 2, Dark Grim Mariupolis, The Adventures of Elena Temple: Definitive Edition, Cruz Brothers, Tony and Clyde, SokoBunny, and Bunny Parking. All of these games offer more than 1,000 Gamerscore, thanks to a number of free title updates.
Tales from the Borderlands
Finally, we come on to the game with the highest TA community rating, Tales from the Borderlands, which sits with a 4.24/5. A completion here will take you anywhere between five and ten hours, depending on how much attention you want to pay to the story (it's a good one and worth checking out). All of its achievements are story-related, so you can't miss any. If you're not a fan of Telltale's games, you will want to check out PangoBara's Tales from the Borderlands walkthrough. Tales from the Borerlands is on sale this week for $14.99/£11.99/€14.99.
To view everything on offer from the latest Xbox sale, make sure you visit the sales page, where you can filter games by genre, see ratings, and more.
Which games are you picking up this week? Let us know down in the comments!