After a quiet couple of weeks on the news front, the Xbox world has bounced right back into action with a busy seven days that have brought us just about everything. From news, reviews, opinion pieces and videos, we’ve got a lot to choose from when we take a look back at the best stories between 8th-14th Nov 2015. We reckon this lot shouldn’t be missed though.

Halo 5: Guardians Review

It’s been the one game that many Xbox fans had been begging to see released even before it was announced. Halo 5: Guardians is now here and it brings not just a decent single player campaign, but a multiplayer mode that should keep you going for years to come.

Whether you’re a single player, or prefer to game with some friends, Halo 5: Guardians has you sorted with some class leading options. Our full review will talk you through everything so if you haven’t for some reason already got involved, what the hell are you waiting for?

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NOW That’s What I Call Sing! Review

It’s nearing Christmas and the New Year so what better game should you be parting your cash for than with a karaoke title?

Well, we guess there are a good few but if you are needing something to keep the family busy for a few hours over the holiday period, then throw a mic their way and fire up NOW That’s What I Call Sing on Xbox One. It may not have all the bells and whistles that Lips used to run with on Xbox 360, but we’re sure it’ll do the job of party entertainer.

You can just sit in the corner and count down the minutes until the alcohol kicks in and you’ve got the Xbox to yourself again!

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Borderlands: The Handsome Collection Gentleman Claptrap-in-a-Box Edition announced for Xbox One and PS4

We’re not really sure how many times 2K and Gearbox can repackage the same game, but if you have a couple of hundred quid spare, or need to add something special o that Christmas list of yours, then how about checking out the awesome looking Borderlands: The Handsome Collection Gentleman Claptrap-in-a-Box Edition?

You’ve probably played both Borderlands 2 and Borderlands The Pre-Sequel, but have you ever seen the stunning app-controlled Gentleman CL4P-TP unit, complete with its gadgets such as a camera, a variety of playable phrases, and a microphone to communicate through its speaker? We reckon it’s worth the £269.99 asking price alone!


Konami helping amputee gamer’s dream with Phantom Limb Project

Whenever something contentious comes out of the videogames industry, it’s jumped upon quicker than you can imagine. So when we see some good coming out of the industry, we feel it’s only right to cover it fully.

Konami have taken a bit of a kicking in recent times, but the news that they are working with a leading prosthetic limb designer in order to help an amputee gamer fulfill his dream is something all need to know about. Whether you feel good or bad about the company as a whole, surely no-one can argue that the Phantom Limb Project isn’t a great thing!?

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How many of the 104 Xbox One Backward Compatible titles will I play?

Xbox One backwards compatibility was one of the most community requested features. Now that it’s here, giving us all the chance to play a number of Xbox 360 titles on our new, more powerful systems, is it really worth the hassle?

We take a look to see how many of the 104 initial titles in the Backward Compatible scheme we will actually bother playing. With the likes of Gears of War, Assassin’s Creed II, a number of LEGO games and other huge titles all available, you may be surprised to see exactly how many it’ll be.

Did we miss anything out? Let us know in the comments below.

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