This week sees another trio of new games hitting the Xbox One, one of which will see LEGO fans especially excited for its release.

Just Cause 3: Gold Edition – 7th April – Xbox One

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A short while back, Rico Rodriguez returned to take on a brutal dictator, General Di Ravello, a guy whose tyranny in the Mediterranean republic of Medici must end. The world is massive, as you’ll traverse on foot, in vehicles and even via the sky, before unleashing a load of chaos by destroying bases, prisons and more. As this is the Gold Edition, it contains the base game, an expansion pass bringing the DLC missions to the table and all available weapon and vehicle packs. Just Cause 3: Gold Edition is ultimate package for newcomers to get involved.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £29.99

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition – 7th April – Xbox One

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Grayson Hunt returns for the definitive Bulletstorm experience. After crash landing on the abandoned resort planet of Stygia, you step into the boots of Grayson – an exiled member of elite assassin group Dead Echo on a mission of vengeance. You’ll need to battle through hordes of the planet’s mutated inhabitants, while performing the most creative and deadly kills imaginable. Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition features the entire single player campaign and various co-operative multiplayer maps – all visually upgraded and remastered to run smoothly on the latest gen – alongside the new Overkill campaign mode and new Echo maps.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £34.00

LEGO City Undercover – 7th April – Xbox One

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Meet Chase McCain, a super cop and master of disguise tasked with bringing down the escaped criminal Rex Fury. Going deep undercover, you’ll have to control Chase to launch investigations across 20 unique districts; busting car thieves, rescuing lost pigs, capturing aliens and discovering some well placed and hilarious movie references. As an open-world LEGO adventure, you can be sure that it’ll feature loads to do, plenty of vehicles to drive, and most definitely the trademark LEGO humour. The story can even be enjoyed with a co-op, so grab a friend and get busting those thugs!

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £44.00

Of course, if you don’t want to buy your games in disc format, you could always get involved with a digital download. Buy your points from here and save money on each digital download you make!


  1. Already got Lego City on the WiiU a few years ago but I do like the look of Bulletstorm a lot and I never played it on the 360.

    Wonder if the Duke Nukem character will be available as DLC if I don’t pre-order? Just that I’m in the middle of Mass Effect right now and am not likely to play this for a while yet… but don;t want to miss out on that. (I’m a sucker for the Duke lol).


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