The Best Games Under $10 For Xbox One

Over 90 Ranker voters have come together to rank this list of The Best Games Under $10 For Xbox One
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Only Xbox games between $.01 and $10 in the Microsoft Store.

Are you a gamer on a budget? Save some cash and check out the best Xbox One games under $10. Just because you play a lot of games doesn't mean you have to go broke in the process. While players are often enamored with new releases, the hottest new games can also be pretty hard on your wallet. There are tons of amazing Xbox games that might be a little bit older or made by smaller studios, but that doesn't mean they're any less fun to play. In fact, some of the coolest and most original Xbox One games only cost $10 or less.

From cult classics like Five Nights at Freddy’s to great graphic adventure titles like Life Is Strange 2, Microsoft’s online library offers tons of great games under $10. How many have you played?

Vote up all the best Xbox One games you can buy for under $10, and add any that are missing. 

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  • Assemble your favorite heroes in Lego Marvel's Avengers, an action-packed adventure that's here to entertain and excite. Taking inspiration from the first two critically acclaimed films, you'll be tasked with tackling iconic moments such as the Battle of New York and the fall of SHIELD. Choose from more than 100 beloved characters including Iron Man, Captain America, and Hulk while utilizing unique abilities and swapping between different roles on the fly. Combining the thrill of Marvel's cinematic universe with the charm of Lego games, this title offers a marvelous experience that'll have you hooked right from the very start.

  • Return to the haunted halls of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza in Five Nights at Freddy's 2, a chilling sequel that cranks up the scares and offers even more nightmarish animatronics to contend with. As the new security guard working the graveyard shift, you'll have to carefully monitor the building's cameras, air vents, and other systems to keep the animatronics at bay until morning. Boasting improved graphics, more sinister enemies, and inventive gameplay mechanics such as the flashlight and Freddy head disguise, this follow-up delivers a tense and claustrophobic experience that'll keep you on the edge of your seat. Horror fans shouldn't miss out on this worthy successor that continues to solidify Five Nights at Freddy's as a powerhouse of suspense and terror.

  • Five Nights at Freddy's

    Five Nights at Freddy's

    30 votes

    Step into the shoes of a night watchman in Five Nights at Freddy's, a bone-chilling horror game that takes place in an eerie pizzeria filled with animatronic mascots. As you navigate through tense nights, you'll need to keep an eye on your limited power supply and outsmart the increasingly aggressive animatronics by monitoring their movements via security cameras. With its claustrophobic setting, unpredictable jump scares, and uniquely unsettling atmosphere, this indie title has garnered a dedicated fan base and become an instant sensation among horror aficionados. Prepare for a nerve-wracking experience that tests your courage and strategic thinking, and leaves you questioning whether you can survive until morning.

  • Doom 3
    16 votes

    Enter the terrifying world of Doom 3, a gritty, atmospheric reimagining of the classic first-person shooter that delves deeper into horror elements and storytelling. Set in a Martian science facility plagued by malicious creatures unleashed from a mysterious portal, players must navigate their way through dark corridors, solve puzzles, and fend off demonic foes with a variety of powerful weapons. This title offers a stark departure from its predecessors, focusing on a more immersive and suspense-driven experience that emphasizes survival over sheer firepower. For fans of both Doom and horror games, Doom 3 delivers a tense, spine-tingling adventure that'll keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.

  • Goat Simulator

    Goat Simulator

    34 votes

    Embrace the sheer absurdity of being a goat in Goat Simulator, a quirky physics-based sandbox game that encourages you to wreak as much havoc as possible. With your powerful headbutt, nimble legs, and prehensile tongue, there's no limit to the slapstick destruction you can unleash on the unsuspecting inhabitants of your town. Featuring a variety of randomized challenges, hidden collectibles, and outrageous mutations that grant you special abilities, Goat Simulator is an unpredictable and hilarious experience that constantly surprises and delights. If you're after a silly, one-of-a-kind experience that's equal parts mindless fun and sheer insanity, then look no further than this eccentric gem.

  • Just Cause 3
    29 votes

    Chaos has never looked so good in Just Cause 3, an open-world action game that gives you the freedom to ignite a rebellion however you see fit. Taking on the role of Rico Rodriguez, you'll arrive at the Mediterranean island of Medici, where an evil dictator has taken control and stamped out all resistance. With the inclusion of a diverse selection of vehicles, a larger-than-life grappling hook, and a physics-based destruction system, there's no limit to the pandemonium you can unleash in this gorgeous yet merciless sandbox. If you've ever wanted a game where you can topple statues, hijack fighter jets, and surf on exploding cars simultaneously, then look no further than Just Cause 3.