Yakuza 0, Kingdom Hearts III & Two Point Hospital confirmed for Xbox Game Pass

Microsoft is adding some more big titles to Xbox Game Pass on console by confirming Yakuza 0, Kingdom Hearts III, Two Point Hospital, Ninja Gaiden II, Wasteland Remastered, and Jackbox Party Pack 3. Subscribers will not have to wait long for these games to make their appearance with the first hitting on February 20th. All the dates for when the games will be going live on the service follow below.

February 20th

  • Ninja Gaiden II

February 25th

  • Kingdom Hearts III
  • Two Point Hospital
  • Wasteland Remastered

February 26th

  • Yakuza 0

February 27th

  • Jackbox Party Pack 3

Here is what we thought about some of those games in our reviews of them.

For Yakuza 0’s review Miguel wrote:

With the release of Yakuza 0, a smash hit franchise in Japan has its biggest chance yet of becoming a smash hit overseas, too. Yakuza 0 is not only an achievement in video game storytelling, but it’s the best this franchise has ever felt, looked, and played.

It’s a perfect prequel that never steps on the toes of the original game, giving us great moments with fan favorite characters without ever stepping on the toes of Yakuza 1. Longtime fans will find an incredible prequel that perfectly fills in a gap that didn’t even need filling, while newcomers have their best reason yet to dive into the world of Yakuza. With the HD remake of Yakuza 1 coming overseas later this year, I recommend diving in as soon as possible.

For our Kingdom Hearts III review Jim wrote:

Kingdom Hearts III doesn’t go in the direction some RPG fans will no doubt have been hoping for. It’s unashamedly over the top in just about every way, from its barmy story and stunning presentation to its huge cinematic battles. There’s plenty of depth here too, though you’ll need to find your bearings first.
For Two Point Hospital Dom wrote:
There are few games that can boast the level of personality and humour that Two Point Hospital does while still giving you something serious to sink your time into. For anyone with fond memories of Theme Hospital, this is the silly hospital management sim you’ve been waiting for.
Source: Microsoft
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