A slightly quieter week when it comes to new games on the Xbox One and Xbox 360 however, there’s still a top sports title amongst those hitting the stores.
Blood Bowl 2 – 22nd September – Xbox One
What do you get when Warhammer and American football collide? An explosive cocktail named Blood Bowl 2. Essentially a turn-based strategy game, Blood Bowl 2 brings humour and brutality alongside a new graphics engine. Lead the Reikland Reavers back to their former glory in the career mode or create and manage a team for the online side of things. The next generation of Blood Bowl is ready to touch down… are you?
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £30.99
FIFA 16 – 24th September – Xbox One & Xbox 360
EA Sports return with their yearly football game to bring us innovations across the whole pitch for a more authentic experience. There are added improvements in defence, midfield and attack with the revolutionary passing as well as extra control over your defensive unit to keep a solid structure and midfielders to help dominate the midfield. If gameplay changes aren’t enough then maybe the inclusion of women’s National teams are what you’re looking for.
Skylanders Superchargers: Starter Pack – 25th September – Xbox One & Xbox 360
Skylanders fans get ready to rev your engines as you take to land, sea and air with the new vehicles-to-life where, for the first time, Skylanders vehicles can be used on the Portal of Power. Superchargers not only supports all the Skylanders toys from previous games but also introduces 20 brand new ones, each having their own special in-game abilities. The game itself delivers an on-foot and vehicle-based, story driven adventure which is filled with combat, puzzles, mini games and platforming.
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