There is a varied trio of titles hitting the Xbox One this week, ensuring there’s something for everyone, whether you’re into co-op games or epic action RPGs.
This Is The Police – 22nd March – Xbox One
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Jack Boyd is a Police Chief getting close to retirement from the police force and it’s up to you do determine whether he reaches that day with a decent little nest egg, or ends up broke. There are 180 days left to try and make $500,000 whilst attempting to clean up the spiralling city of Freeburg. You’ll be responding to emergencies, gathering evidence against the criminal underworld and finding the bad guys. What you do once you find them is up to you. After all, you’ve got to think about your retirement fund before make any costly decisions.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £15.99
Mass Effect: Andromeda – 23rd March – Xbox One
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The next huge chapter of the Mass Effect series has arrived, taking players to the Andromeda galaxy, way beyond the Milky Way, to control the Pathfinder in this action RPG. The Pathfinder is a leader of military-trained explorers, searching for a new home in rather hostile territory. Mass Effect: Andromeda is full of interesting new characters to meet and potentially recruit, alongside important choices being thrown your way which can ultimately decide the fate of humanity. There’s also a multiplayer aspect for up to four players to get together and defeat enemy threats to protect the interests of the Andromeda Initiative.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £44.00
Troll and I – 24th March – Xbox One
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Prepare for a journey, deep in the Nordic wilderness, where a teenage boy named Otto has had to flee his home after brutal hunters rip through the village, searching for a mythical creature. When Otto happens to bump into this elusive creature, Troll, they band together in a bid to survive the hunters. You’ll be able to switch between the characters on the fly, with each having unique combat – Troll can crush hunters with giant fists, whereas Otto is better for quick attacks. Teamwork is key, which is why the story campaign of Troll and I can be played co-operatively via local split-screen. Will you survive this treacherous adventure?
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £30.99
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