Xbox One & Xbox 360 – In Stores This Week 13th – 19th March 2017
Darkness has descended upon two of this week’s new Xbox One releases, but there is another going flat out to bring something a bit lighter to the table.
Styx: Shards of Darkness – 14th March – Xbox One
Take control of Styx, a sneakily agile goblin, traversing across a dark fantasy world filled with enemies and deadly secrets. You must make the most of all his abilities in order to assassinate and thieve your way to glory. In this sequel, Styx has made a deal with a human officer named Helledryn and is given the task of stealing an ambassador’s scepter. A friend can even drop-in to help unleash chaos within this open-world environment, a place where mastering the art of sneakiness is the key to success.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £32.99
2Dark: Steelbook Edition – 17th March – Xbox One
2Dark follows the story of a depressed cop, Mr Smith, whose wife has been murdered and children have been kidnapped. You must take your investigation to a place of refuge for all manner of psychopathic killers – Gloomywood. Stealth is an important aspect in staying hidden from these murderers, whilst using items and the environment to ensure the safe extraction of the children from intricate sandbox levels. The steelbook edition of this new breed of survival horror includes the game, a steelbook and the remastered soundtrack. Will you make it out of Gloomywood alive?
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £39.99
FlatOut 4: Total Insanity – 17th March – Xbox One
FlatOut returns! Aiming to bring one of the most insane racing games to console, the series is back with the appropriately named FlatOut 4: Total Insanity, which is going to turn cars into nitro-powered wrecking machines for your gaming pleasure. Smash, crash and bash your car into other drivers, fences, billboards and buildings, ensuring nothing prevents you from claiming victory. With a huge career mode featuring a mix of racing and destruction objectives, crazy party games for local play, and online multiplayer, FlatOut 4 could be absolute carnage, as well as a great way to release any pent up frustration.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £44.99
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