With E3 well and truly over, it’s time to focus on the latest Xbox One and Xbox 360 games hitting the stores. You’ll be quite pleased to know there are four of them to choose from this week.
Deadlight: Director’s Cut – 21st June – Xbox One
The year is 1986 and the world is torn apart by zombies, it’s up to you in control of paranoid survivor Randall Wayne to find the ‘safe point’. Survival is the aim of Deadlight in the remnants of the destroyed streets of Seattle, where bullets are in short supply and must be used wisely. The Director’s Cut brings a brand new mode in ‘Survival Arena’ as well as new animations and full 1080p resolution. This is Randall’s toughest challenge so far.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £13.49
Mighty No.9 – 24th June – Xbox One
Imagine if you take all the best elements from 8-bit and 16-bit classic games, merged them together and gave the final product a modern look with fresh mechanics. That’s Mighty No.9, a Japanese 2D side scrolling action, in which you’ll play as Beck the only robot that hasn’t been infected by a computer virus causing others to go berserk. There are 12 stages to run, jump, blast and transform your way through to ultimately take down your fellow Mighty Number robots and the mastermind behind it all.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £23.99
Professional Farmer 2017 – 24th June – Xbox One
Are you ready to experience the country life? Well, Professional Farmer 2017 gives you your own huge farm to tend to with all the daily tasks that come natural to a farmer. There are different tractors and vehicles to operate in order to cultivate the fields in your ownership, with many variations of grain. Be prepared for an in-depth tutorial for this farming simulator, before starting your new life as a farmer in the Career mode.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £34.99
Rocket League – 24th June – Xbox One
Football using cars, that’s the main concept behind Rocket League. It’s high octane excitement that mixes sports and cars in a surprisingly brilliant combination. Play online with friends or random team mates against the world in playlists for a variety of team games, up to eight players in total, which introduce different rules along the way. Offline there is an entire Season mode and the standard Exhibition mode to get stuck into with a shed load of car customisations thrown in to stand out amongst the masses. The Collector’s Edition includes all the previously released DLC and four exclusive vehicles.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £17.49
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!