The dark days of Winter are well behind us and we've moved into Spring with aplomb. The Xbox world is just about keeping up with things too as the month of May sees a number of new titles arrive on Xbox One and Xbox 360...some of which will surely be must-buys!
Take a look at the titles arriving on a store shelf near you soon.
After a decent March, we're fast beginning to see some proper Xbox One titles drop onto store shelves and April shows no sign of letting up. But what games will be dropping onto our consoles over the next few weeks? Well, there are some huge names vying for your attention on Xbox One, with even the lesser spotted Xbox 360 game release making an appearance.
We have managed to survive the barren winter months, and are slowly beginning to be rewarded with some marginally nicer weather…but the most important thing is March sees the introduction of some AAA retail games!
We have fought through the barren month of January, and so we must therefore be rewarded with decent games! Do not despair, as there are a shed load of games coming...most of which will be exceedingly decent.
Well, that's the plan anyway! So which new Xbox One and Xbox 360 games will we be seeing on store shelves this month? How do the following sound to you?
Xbox gamers should definitely be looking forward to the year ahead, as we see some huge releases and exclusives on our favourite platform. However, the dull winter months never seem to produce a lot of big titles, although January 2016 is bucking that trend ever so slightly. What games are out on Xbox One and Xbox 360 this coming month? Well...
Winter is pretty much upon us and with it comes Christmas! There may not be many big retail games coming out in the month of December, but if you've got any money left after the beast of Black Friday has attacked us all, then maybe the following will tempt you in. 'Tis the season to be explosive…
October is here and it's nearly time to start thinking about decent Christmas presents. There are a whole host of new Xbox One and Xbox 360 games out this coming month, with a little bit of everything ready to spend the cash on.
Or will you just wait until the big fella drops down the chimney?
After a barren couple of months, the game store shelves will soon be buckling under the pressure from a number of new releases. September kicks off a few months filled with multiple new releases on Xbox One and Xbox 360...but what are they? Are more importantly, why should you buy them?
After watching the Xbox conference at Gamescom, I was left intrigued, above everything else, at the new features and ways to play FIFA 16 - especially new details on the most popular game mode for FIFA fans… FIFA Ultimate Team.
The summer is in full swing but Xbox are not stopping to enjoy the sun with a few new releases lined up to hit the shelves in August. There may be only a few games arriving this month but it is still worth saving up your money and making a purchase.
Summer time and the living is easy...but unfortunately once the sun starts shining the new Xbox One and Xbox 360 games go into hibernation, waiting instead for the leaves to start dropping in Autumn. There are however still a few new games dropping onto the shelves of your local videogame store. But what are they?
We are nearly at the halfway point of 2015 and so it's time to look at the Xbox One and Xbox 360 retail games out in June 2015. The summer months should not be spent outside, but inside playing the following games…
We are now three months into the year and the Xbox games keep on coming. Free up your calender for March because you may just be interested in the Xbox One and Xbox 360 releases over the next few weeks.
Available now on Xbox, Game Pass and PC - a console-exclusive, mind you - Party Animals sees up to eight online players (local split-screen is also available) face off in a variety of crazy fighting matches.
Bluey: The Videogame is the first ever video game to feature the little pup, as Outright Games and BBC Studios come together for release on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Party Animals is, in a word, promising. Whilst the launch version of this incredibly cute and colourful physics-based brawler is missing some key features that will boost replayability, the foundations are there for an excellent foray into the genre.
What starts off as a seemingly impossible challenge quickly becomes one of the best POWGI games for logical thinking. Word Web by POWGI not only ramps the difficulty up, but also the satisfaction of completing a puzzle.
Ad Infinitum is disturbing, confusing and horrific, much like the WWI setting. It tackles some interesting themes and tells a story that is hard to get a handle on. But the gameplay is solid, as are the visuals and brilliant soundtrack.
Overall I enjoyed my time playing HUMANKIND and would recommend it to both strategy game veterans and beginners. It can be extremely enjoyable however it is held back by some bugs and half-baked gameplay mechanics.