Prepare yourself for a barrage of brand new games hitting the stores’ shelves this week for both Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Destiny: The Taken King Legendary Edition – 15th September – Xbox One & Xbox 360
If you missed the boat on Destiny the first time around then this seems to be the perfect package for the ultimate experience. This doesn’t just contain the original Destiny game but also the brand new content within The Taken King too. That means there’s a whole load of new activities, campaign levels and locations to explore. And when you chuck in the other two Expansions, The Dark Below and House of Wolves, this could provide hours of enjoyment for a relatively modest price.
NHL Legacy Edition – 17th September – Xbox 360
Those stuck on the last generation of consoles have a version of NHL all to themselves this year which will bring together all the most popular modes and the best gameplay features from previous years. This means you can live the life of a player in Be a Pro and influence your own career along the way or go old school in the NHL 94 Anniversary Mode with retro presentation and classic controls.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £31.99
NHL 16 – 17th September – Xbox One
For every hockey fan that has moved on to the new console generation, NHL 16 aims to deliver the most realistic players yet in the even more lifelike arena atmospheres. Whether you prefer to play alone or in a team, it’s got you covered with game modes like 6v6 Online Team Play, EA SPORTS Hockey League, Be a GM, Be a Pro and Hockey Ultimate Team. What more could fans of the series ask for?
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £44.00
Rugby League Live 3 – 17th September – Xbox One & Xbox 360
Rugby League fans rejoice, for now there’s a game of this type on the new generation of consoles. With over 100 teams from leagues around the world, including Super League and NRL, you should be covered no matter which team you support. It’ll give you the chance to take a player through the ranks into a full professional squad in Be a Pro, whilst also allowing you to test your skills online with up to 16 player tournaments.
The Golf Club Collector’s Edition – 18th September – Xbox One
The Golf Club has been around for nearly a year, so now it’s time for a Collector’s Edition to make its way to the UK on disc form to recognise the anniversary. There are all sorts included such as a Season Mode, a new tropical theme and tools for use in the course designer. For those of you whom want to know more about Greg Norman’s career in designing course then the exclusive e-book will give you an insight.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £26.99
Forza Motorsport 6 – 18th September – Xbox One
Ten years on from the original Forza Motorsport, the series is going strong with its sixth outing and they want to celebrate by releasing a racing game to be remembered. Forza 6 features legendary tracks and a huge amount of vehicles and so, whether you are into variations such as muscle, V8 Supercars or old classics, there’s bound to be a car you’ll want to take for drive. Add the newest feature in the form of rainy weather and you’ll have an experience that just cannot be matched. If you want to know more, feel free to check out our review of it – here.
The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 – 18th September – Xbox One
The point and click genre is ever present in the world of gaming as it is here for The Book of Unwritten Tales 2. Join Wilbur, Ivo, Nate and Critter in this adventure sequel set in wicked Aventasia where you can help them fulfil their destiny. This fantasy story will take you through hundreds of weird puzzles across over twenty hours of multiple character gameplay.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £19.99
Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 – 18th September – Xbox One & Xbox 360
The PES football game series reaches its twentieth anniversary and brings with it a whole host of new gameplay features and game mode enhancements. These range from a complete revamp of the Master League mode to the 1v1 player control offering more selection in movement. The new ball physics could create another dimension of play, thus keeping every moment in each game feeling unique.
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