It’s been another fantastic week in the world of Xbox with some of the biggest news and reviews of the year arriving. But which were are favourite stories from the last seven days…you know, the ones you cannot miss?!
Your Xbox One experience will soon be changing! After a fairly successful, albeit slightly buggy preview launch, The New Xbox One Experience is preparing to roll out worldwide, focusing massively on the social side of things, bringing a faster more fluid experience to all Xbox One owners and ensuring that many shouts of pain will be heard around the globe for a good few days and weeks after launch.
It promises to bring about a huge change in the way you use your Xbox One…is all of it good? We shall see.
We couldn’t move a couple of weeks back without being subjected to someone somewhere mentioning that bloody Back to the Future day. Being honest, it all got a little bit too much but that didn’t stop us from experiencing the latest Telltale title to hit Xbox One. Back to the Future – The Game: 30th Anniversary Edition may not be BTTF IV, but it’s the closest thing you can get to the movies, giving us another chance to get involved with Marty, Doc and good old Biff!
You won’t be disappointed if you splash the cash on the game, but just in case you are still in two minds, check out our full review right here.
The start of a new month is always something Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners will look forward to, especially if they are clever enough to have purchased themselves an Xbox Live Gold Subscription, enabling them to get access to a few free games.
November’s Games With Gold promotion is something of a mixed bag, with 360 owners no doubt much happier than their One counterparts. Join us as we take an in depth look at the free games which will be available for the next few weeks as part of the Xbox Games With Gold scheme for November 2015.
Ubisoft are back with the latest iteration of their Assassin’s Creed franchise, this time hitting ye olde London town with Jacob and Evie Frye in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate.
The frowns of last year’s Unity launch have all but been removed, instead replaced with smiles of joy as Syndicate attempts to bring all new generation owners a game like no other. Get ready to climb, stab and run for your life as the Assassin’s meet and beat some of the most historic figures in British history.
But is it all good? Well, our review certainly points that way.
The Special Edition Lunar White Xbox One wireless controller may not have received the huge amount of hype that the Elite controller garnered, but in our opinion, it’s one of the best looking game sticks out there. With that in mind, we just had to take an initial look at it with our very first unboxing video.
There’s a full review of the controller just around the corner so keep a look out for that, but for now, you really shouldn’t miss checking out those sharp angles, tight curves and glorious gold detailing.
Did we miss anything? What were your favourite stories of the last week? Let us know!