With E3 gone, we are bound to have quite an absence of any big news from the top developers in the coming weeks. However, we still have a whole host of reviews and features for you to feast your eyes on. So, behold the five most exciting Xbox articles produced on TheXboxHub between the 19th-25th June 2016.
The latest Kinect title to come out of the Virtual Air Guitar Company, Kung-Fu for Kinect puts you into the boots of a kung-fu expert – at least that’s what you are supposed to be. Using devastating punches and kicks, and harnessing the powers of magic, Kung-Fu for Kinect stars you as the main character in a comic book. Yes, that’s YOU!
After a good few hours of jumping around like a maniac, sweat rushing down our faces and the old joints needing a bit of an oiling, we finally got a hold of the ways of the Kung-Fu before jotting our thoughts down in a review. You can read about our opinions and decisions regarding the game on the link above.
If you are a fan of the anime series One Piece, and also a fan of the recently released video game One Piece Burning Blood, then you must not miss the chance to have an influence on the next characters to star in the game.
Just click on the link in our post and have your choice as to which of the 17 characters make it into the game! In a week in which the UK has seen major changes due to voting, it’s probably best you get over there asap and ensure you have your say.
After its early June release, we went out into the City of Glass with Faith to finally settle once and for all the questions we all want to know the answers to – ‘Has Mirror’s Edge Catalyst lived up to the hype and has it improved on the game we all loved on our Xbox 360?’.
Throughout our review, we looked at the open world of Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, and how the reinvented combat and parkour has changed the game as a whole. We also look into the new abilities and tools Faith can use to get around the world effectively.
So if you have even been slightly tempted into a purchase of Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, then the least you can do is check out our review.
While Square Enix might not have had the biggest showing at E3 last week, they certainly did reveal some more about the hugely anticipated JRPG known as Final Fantasy XV. Read all about how Tobias interpreted the information for us, revealing stuff regarding the combat, the map and much more about the game.
How big will the map be? How has combat been changed? How can we expect to travel around the world? All these questions (and many more) are answered so, come the release of FFXV you will know roughly how things tick.
Ahead of the upcoming real world Le Tour de France, we chose to jump into a few races and time trials in the videogame version of Le Tour de France 2016 – trying our hand at getting a few of those prestigious shiny challenge medals. We leave you this week with out full Let’s Play video – surely you can’t resist the opportunity to see if we are really the gaming world’s equivalent of Chris Froome and manage to get hold of that coveted yellow jersey.
We’ll have a full review for you soon too, but for now, the video below will have to suffice.
Catch you next week!