This week sees a selection of four new titles being released on Xbox One for your perusal, ranging from the latest outing in a legendary fighting series, to a nightmarishly claustrophobic horror. Which of these will you be picking up?

Lock’s Quest – 30th May – Xbox One

Join a young boy named Lock in a gripping story, which sees him stumble upon the invasion of his village, leading to a conflict between the Kingdom Force and Lord Agony’s Clockwork Army. You’ll be tasked with fortifying against the Clockwork’s incoming assaults, placing turrets, traps and helpers to hold off the horde. To survive the warfare across a dozen unique maps, you’ll need to use Special and Super attacks to devastate the enemy forces. There’s also an Endless mode to truly put those Tower Defense skills to the test.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £14.99

MXGP3 – 30th May – Xbox One

The official game of the MXGP 2016 season aims to take the dynamism of Motocross to new levels, boasting innovative graphics and techniques. Expect the unpredictable weather to heavily influence the player’s visibility and the deformable ground to provide a real challenge. MXGP3 brings all the official tracks and riders of MXGP and MX2 for use in both online and offline modes, including a career mode and the Motocross of Nations.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £39.99

Syndrome – 2nd June – Xbox One

Waking up on a deserted spaceship after a deep cryosleep, you discover that most of the crew are dead and those who aren’t, are changed somewhat. The mission is to survive the monstrosities lurking in the shadows, with just the few weapons and scarce ammo scattered about. It’s horrific, claustrophobic and every move you make can attract the reactive enemies to your position. If you’re ever going to find out what on earth happened on this ship, you’re going to have to find a balance, choosing wisely between fighting and hiding whilst you explore and discover.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £34.99

Tekken 7 – 2nd June – Xbox One

The legendary fighting series returns with another epic showdown of the Mishima family, drawing in all those within their orbit, for cinematic story which blends seamlessly into fierce battles. Tekken 7 features a solid roster of over 30 characters, including both old and new fighters to choose from, and looks to make the gameplay more accessible for all skill levels. Expect new battle mechanics too, such as ‘Rage Drives’, ‘Rage Arts’, and ‘Power Crushes’ – all of which sound rather punishing!

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £44.00

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4 years ago

Also Victor Vran, which releases tomorrow