The last seven days have seen us bring even more Titanfall news your way, a few details about the coming months free games as well as a few new releases and trailers. Oh, we also gave you a date for one of the Xbox One’s most anticipated apps.
Twitch may already be available on the Xbox One, but come mid March the console looks set to be taken over by a whole new crowd, the streaming brigade. Twitch broadcasting will become available on the Xbox One once the March System Update goes live and with it will come the functionality that many have been craving since day one…the option to broadcast their gaming to millions of others worldwide. We’ll be seeing the newly updated app appear just in time for one of the biggest games the console will see, Titanfall.
We’ve covered Titanfall pretty extensively over the past few months and the last week was no different. The achievement list for the game was leaked, there was that lovely news about the Xbox One Titanfall bundle having a decent price cut in the UK, and we also told you about the perks that you’ll come across in the game. All in all, the Titanfall juggernaut continues to roll on and it doesn’t look to be slowing down for a while yet!
If you’re looking for something to tide you over until the big game drops mid March, then you could do worse than pick up some of the games that were released this last week. Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare is available to purchase now on both Xbox One and Xbox 360. It’s a little pricey, but first signs are it’s great fun and brings a little humour to the usual serious world of online shooters. However, that’s not the only game to grace out consoles this week with two other downloadable titles popping up on the Xbox Games Store. PAC-MAN Museum will surely interest the slightly older generation, whilst Civilization Revolution is currently free to all Xbox Live Gold members via the Xbox Games With Gold promotional scheme.
Failing all that, The LEGO Movie has been topping every chart known to man recently and so we thought it best to review the videogame. TT Games have done a wonderful job and everything is very nearly awesome, which means you should be picking The LEGO Movie Videogame up on either One or 360 asap.
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