Those looking for another game to add to their Xbox library have no less than five new releases to choose from in the coming days, with choices ranging from remastered classics to a city builder that’s out of this world, literally. So, let’s get stuck in and see what’s ‘In Stores This Week’ for Xbox One and Xbox 360.

Devil May Cry HD Collection – 13th March – Xbox One

This collection brings a trilogy of Dante’s hacking and slashing adventures in one package, with Devil May Cry, Devil May Cry 2 and Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening Special Edition all present in HD form. You’ll be able to play as Dante’s brother Vergil in the Special Edition, which also includes a sped up “Turbo Mode” and a survival mode, “Bloody Palace”. It could be a great way in to the series for newcomers, whilst diehard fans will surely want to relive these classic games and embrace the demon hunter once more.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £24.99

The Raven Remastered – 13th March – Xbox One

When an ancient ruby is stolen from the British Museum in 1964, Constable Anton Zellner is put on the case to figure out whodunit and whether a feather left at the crime scene marks the return of the legendary master thief, The Raven. It’s a point and click adventure which will see you traversing from a majestic cruise ship to a train in the Swiss Alps, as well as other classic murder mystery locations. As it’s the remastered version, the animations and lighting are improved in full HD resolution. Everyone’s got something to hide in this thrilling crime story, but can you solve the case?

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £26.99

Surviving Mars – 15th March – Xbox One

Surviving Mars tasks players with taking charge of a colonisation effort on the surface of Mars, from the initial arrival of rovers, to the eventual construction of habitats to house the settlers from Earth. Every single colonist is crucial in succeeding in this city builder, as you attempt to get a foothold in a place where the environment around you is hostile and the resources are incredibly scarce. Over time though, you’ll be able to expand the colony and research new possibilities for enhancing your settlement. Many challenges await you on the Red Planet, with some of them more mysterious than others, but the most important of all is that you need to keep the colonists alive.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £34.99

Burnout Paradise Remastered – 16th March – Xbox One

So it’s another remastered game, but this time we’re heading to Paradise City, where the streets are mean and the tunes are ridiculously catchy. Put the pedal to the metal in a vast open-world full of unique race events, crazy jumps, shortcuts and a shed load of cars to takedown. Venture online to host race events and take part in hundreds of co-op challenges for up to 8 players. The remastered version comes with visual enhancements, technical improvements, and every piece of DLC ever released for Burnout Paradise – and that includes Big Surf Island. Prepare for utter carnage and mayhem in this high-octane racer that breaks all the rules!

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £30.00

Beast Quest – 16th March – Xbox One

Based on the beloved fiction franchise, the action-adventure Beast Quest sends players on an epic journey in the hope of saving the mythical land of Avantia from ruin. The noble creatures of the realm have been corrupted by dark magic of Malvel and you must overcome them in action-packed boss battles, chaining combos and countering their attacks in the process. You’ll get to experience challenging quests, visit spectacular environments, acquire powerful upgrades to your hero’s skills, and uncover hidden ancient secrets. The Kingdom of Avantia awaits its saviour, but will you be the hero it needs?

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £24.99

Of course, if you don’t want to buy your games in disc format, you could always get involved with a digital download. Buy your points from here and save money on each digital download you make!

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