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The Best Xbox One Kids Games of March 2018

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The Best Xbox One Kids Games of March 2018

Best Xbox One Kids Games of March

While February has gotten a good handful of Xbox One kids games, March pretty much pales in comparison. Kids won’t have many games to choose from this time around, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that there aren’t any noteworthy releases. With these two games finally hitting the market, here some titles for the young and young at heart.

Scribblenauts Showdown takes the series in a whole different direction, shifting away from the open sandbox levels. The game comes with three modes: versus, showdown, and sandbox, each with their own challenges. The mini-games themselves are incredibly simple, making it perfect for any child looking for a quick play session. On top of that, up to four people can join in on the multiplayer madness. With over 25 unique levels to choose from, Scribblenauts Showdown is sure to be a blast at any kids party or family celebration.

Meanwhile, Burnout Paradise has just gotten the remaster treatment on the Xbox One. This open world racing game has players burning some rubber in Paradise City. Join in on all the neck-breaking racing action filled with high-flying stunts and road rampage. Players can swerve in and crash other vehicles, scoring them some stylish takedowns. Any kid will get a kick out of performing those flashy stunts as they zoom down highways. It isn’t all about racing, though, since there are a collection of other modes in the game. On top of that, up to eight players can smash through the streets in both online and offline multiplayer.

Check out the full list of kids games on the Xbox One below. And if none of these strike your fancy, you can check out our list for February as well:

  • Scribblenauts Showdown
  • Burnout Paradise Remastered

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A B.S. Psychology graduate who enjoys games with rich lore and storytelling. He's also a diehard Final Fantasy fan who just can't stop playing Opera Omnia.

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