Ballers are spoilt for choice this week, whilst parents will no doubt be emptying their pockets for the next LEGO adventure. So let’s take a peek at what’s out in the coming week for Xbox One and Xbox 360…
Lego Dimensions – 29th September – Xbox One & Xbox 360
LEGO have ventured into the toys-to-life market and have assembled an all star line-up to kickstart the experience. The Starter Pack includes a Toy Pad, three mini-figures, a LEGO Batmobile and of course the LEGO Dimensions game. Get ready to journey through a multitude of worlds and witness unlikely team-ups on the quest to defect Lord Vortech. Can you build the heroes and save LEGO humanity from his evil grasp?
Where can I buy it? Amazon for the Starter Pack – £79.99 (One) or £79.85 (360)
NBA 2K16 – 29th September – Xbox One & Xbox 360
2K has returned with another addition to their NBA series, boasting that it’s the most true-to-life basketball experience out there. They’ve even brought in the legendary director, Spike Lee, to help create a dramatic MyCAREER story for your player. Chuck in even more realistic animations and articulation, it won’t matter whether you want to control one baller or a whole team, this will be an authentic journey to be a part of.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £39.85 (One) or £29.86 (360)
NBA Live 16 – 1st October – Xbox One
EA Sports have a basketball game of their own in NBA Live 16, bringing with it some new features plus new and returning modes. Live Pro-Am will interest those whom are looking for a way to play with and against friends. This is split into an online co-operative multiplayer mode (Summer Circuit) versus current NBA players controlled by A.I. and an online competitive player versus player mode (LIVE Run) where 5v5 takes place on the street courts. Of course the Ultimate Team, Dynasty and Rising Star modes are back too.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £49.85
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 – 2nd October – Xbox One
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 aims to offer a fresh take on the combo driven, skateboarding world that spans eight different environments. Whether you’ve always wanted to play as a pro such as the legend himself, Tony Hawk, or even create your own unique skater, you can do either. A seamless online multiplayer allows objectives to be completed during online sessions and challenge other skaters. If you’ve got a creative side then maybe creating a skate park is more to your taste; with over 250 obstacles to use, there should be nothing holding you back.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £39.99
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!