One of the biggest first person shooters hits the stores this week along with three other games, but which will you pick up?
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – 4th November 2014 (3rd Nov with Day Zero Edition) – Xbox One & Xbox 360
Advance Warfare seems to be the freshest take on a Call of Duty game in a long while with the power of advanced soldiers and all-new exoskeleton mechanics. Set in the year 2054, a private military corporation has emerged with the power to rescue humanity from a devastated world struggling to rebuild after a global attack on its military and infrastructure. You are an advanced soldier empowered cutting-edge abilities and high-tech gear to restore order.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for the Day Zero Edition £40.00 (One) and £40.00 (360). The Urban Ops Edition is also available for £59.99 (One) and £56.99 (360).
The Wolf Among Us – 7th November 2014 – Xbox One & Xbox 360
The Wolf Among Us was originally released as an Xbox 360 downloadable arcade title but has now made its way to Xbox One (and Xbox 360) in a full retail box. Take on the role of Bigby Wolf as you attempt to solve the mysteries and murders that have afflicted Fabletown. Snow White, Mr Toad and various other Fable legends will all be on hand to help out….or perhaps send you on a wild goose chase.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £25.00 (One) and £25.00 (360)
Tropico 5 – 7th November 2014 – Xbox 360
It’s time to control the island of Tropico as it progresses through the years, taking in World Wars, Cold Wars, Depressions and more. You must learn to tackle the changing needs of your people and opposing factions to help lay down the foundations of your dynasty. Do you have the will power to rule with an iron fist?
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £34.85
Rocksmith 2014 Edition – 7th November 2014 – Xbox One
Rocksmith 2014 Edition is coming to the Xbox One and will be looking to usher in a new breed of rock guitarists. Billed as ‘the quickest way to learn guitar’, Rocksmith 2014 runs with a tag line that should see it appeal to both those brand new musicians and those who have already picked up the way of the string. With a track listing ranging from The Stones right up to the present day and those huge rockers Green Day, there should just about be enough for every generation, especially if you include the huge amount of DLC already on offer.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £54.99