Releasing today on Xbox, Game Pass, PlayStation and PC platforms, The Bookwalker: Thief of Tales puts you into the boots of legendary writer Etienne Quist who, due to being found guilty of unspeakable crimes, is now unable to write.
Tricky Thief from Eastasiasoft and YeTa Games has taken the creaky sliding puzzle and stirred in some stealth elements, as you not only need to find an exit, but you have to do it without getting clubbed round the head with a truncheon.
It's only been a few weeks since Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One launched on Xbox Series X|S, PS5 and PC, but it's safe to say the initial Sherlock adventures went down pretty damn well. If you're one of the many who enjoyed what Frogwares had to tell, then you'll be pleased to hear that the first story-based piece of DLC is rolling out - and that's definitely not Beyond A Joke.
It seems like a strange premise, but after the original Thief Simulator launched on PC and consoles, the buying public has seemingly lapped up the idea, with more than 1.6 million sales occurring. Now though it's time for us to begin to hone our skills as Thief Simulator 2 looks set to make a steal on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC.
We've previously had the chance to drive buses, commute in trains, build cars and even ensure that the world's busiest airport is safe from fires. Today though the sim genre on Xbox One moves up a gear, going dark as we learn the art of stealing and selling on in Thief Simulator.
It's not easy being a thief. After all, hiding in the darkness waiting to spring a trap can be nothing but a super tense affair. Thankfully though, in Tower of Beatrice on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PS4 and PS Vita, you'll get all the chances you'll ever need to harness your thief-like ways.
Are you prepared to take on the role of a cat burglar in the narrative driven adventure of Thief of Thieves? Well, Season One is out now and Xbox Game Pass members can get involved at no extra cost - what a steal that is!