What new Xbox One and Xbox 360 games are ‘In Stores This Week’? – 4th-10th December 2017
Snow is falling, the nights are getting longer, and it’s that time of the year where you should probably grab a controller and stay warm indoors. Fortunately there are a couple of games heading our way to tide us over for those winter gaming sessions. So, let’s take a look at the new games ‘In Stores This Week’ for Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Steep Winter Games Edition – 5th December – Xbox One
The Winter Games edition of Steep comes with all the base game content, taking you to the vast open world areas of Alaska and the Alps, and providing a platform for your snowboarding, wingsuit flying, paragliding and skiing exploits. Also included is the brand new, officially licensed Road to the Olympics expansion, featuring iconic Japanese mountains to train on in order to qualify for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. You’ll get a feel of what it’s like to be a successful athlete and you’ll be able to show off your skills in the ultimate winter sports competition.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £34.00
The Walking Dead – Telltale Series: Collection – 8th December – Xbox One
Looking for your zombie fix? Then The Walking Dead – Telltale Series: Collection may satisfy all of your needs with its award-winning storytelling, heartfelt relationships and spine-tingling moments. Seasons 1-3 covers the introduction and growth of a child named Clementine who must immediately adapt to the apocalyptic situation at hand to try and survive, with a little help from a chap called Lee. Then there’s the mini-series involving one of the best characters of The Walking Dead comics, Michonne, and it follows her antics slicing walkers apart as well as dealing with her own demons. The last part of the collection, 400 Days, is the DLC bridging the gap between season one and two, telling the tales of five different protagonists.
This really is the ultimate package for The Walking Dead fans and those who love what Telltale Games have to offer.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £44.99
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