Game previews of Snooker and Rivals of Aether launch on Xbox One

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Two game previews of upcoming video games, Rivals of Aether and Snooker Nation Championship have just launched on Xbox One. These game preview versions allow Xbox One owners to download and play in-development versions of the games for free and also allows the developers to make improvements and gain feedback before the official releases. Both game previews are works in progress and may contain bugs and unfinished elements.

Here’s the description for Rivals of Aether: Rivals of Aether is an indie fighting game set in a world where warring civilizations summon the power of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth. Choose a Rival to bring into the battlefield and manipulate the powers of the classical elements and animal movement. Untangle the mysterious conflicts of the planet Aether in Story Mode or take your combat skills online and challenge your friends across the world.

Download Rivals of Aether Game Preview on Xbox One

And here’s the description for Snooker Nation Championship: The Snooker Nation Championship, the most important event in your digital Snooker diary. The offline tournament spans 6 rounds, competing in the qualifiers through to the grand final held in the Snooker Nation Championship venue, played on meticulously created Championship specification tables. Or take a break from the crowds by challenging players online and climb the global leaderboards. Collect a variety of cues and compete in online snooker leagues. Snooker Nation Championship is digital snooker at is best.

Download Snooker Nation Championship Game Preview on Xbox One

It’s been a big day today for video games on the Xbox One. In addition to these game previews, there has also been the release of the highly anticipated Kinect game, FRU, and several other traditional video games such as Pharaonic, KYUB, and The Solus Project.

Have you bought any new Xbox One games this week? Let us know what you’re playing in the comments below.