Sitting there stuffing your face with chocolate and not noticed that its been a whole week since our last edition of A Week In The Hub? Fancy catching up on the best Xbox One and Xbox 360 news, reviews and opinions from the last seven days? Able to push the Easter treats to one side for a few minutes? Let us talk you through the best bits.
Chances are you’ve never played a dodgeball game…at least not on Xbox One. All that however could well change come the start of April when Stikbold: A Dodgeball Adventure releases on Xbox One.
We’ve been lucky enough to have been given the chance to go hands on with the game prior to its full digital release, checking out Bjorn and Jerome’s adventure as they chase the ladies, battle opponents and swot up on their dodgeball skills throughout.
If you’re looking forward to getting involved in a sports game that doesn’t come from the EA camp, then our hands-on preview of Stikbold! should be taken in.
Those in the Xbox One Preview scheme have been messing around with a ton of new system features for a little while already. Now though, the update is rolling out to all gamers – regardless of a Preview tag or not!
The Xbox One System Update for March brings about a number of notable features but the headline act this time round is the fact that we can now purchase those all important Xbox 360 titles from within our Xbox One dashboard. If you’re one of those who benefits from the Xbox One Backwards Compatible feature then this is surely a godsend, allowing for easier access to a whole host of titles.
Including party chat in your Twitch broadcasts and dropping in an easier way to track achievements are amongst many other feature updates. Check them all out on the link above.
The Euro championships are coming and Konami are getting in early with the release of the official tournament video game.
You may not be able to purchase the game as a full standalone title, instead arriving on Xbox One as a free update to PES 2016, but those hotly anticipating the upcoming tournament won’t care a jot for as long as the new national team licenses, tournament branding, official tournament mode, official match ball and the iconic Stade de France are in place. Football fans and gamers alike should be more than happy.
…especially seeing as they won’t have to pay a single penny for the chance to play as their favourite stars, creating an obvious win for the English national team prior to the real world heroes doing the business this summer.
It’s quite possibly the biggest release of 2016 to date and Tom Clancy’s The Division has hit our consoles in style – so much style in fact that Ubisoft’s latest title is a must play. Or at least it is if you listen to our review.
With a huge amount of missions, sub missions and encounters to get to grips with, The Division will have you going for many an hour and whether you hit the streets of New York alone, with a team of friends or alongside a gang of strangers, it’ll deliver you an experience like no other, urging you to check the next corner for that slightly upgraded weapon or accessory.
Surely you can’t miss out on an Xbox One game that delivers so much? If you haven’t yet checked out our review, then we urge you to do so.
Agree with our thoughts? We’d love to hear from you!