If October hasn’t already delivered the game you’re after, then maybe the sheer amount of games hitting the stores this week will provide at least one that’s worthy of your time.

Farming Simulator 17 – 25th October – Xbox One


Prospective farmers should take notice of arguably the best farming simulation series on the market, which offers loads of possibilities to develop your land and harvest the crops that’ll make you rich eventually. It’s not all about harvesting though; other agricultural activities available include woodcutting and animal husbandry. Some of the most respected brands in the business are getting involved with their farming vehicles and tools, with Massey Ferguson and Fendt being just a couple of those.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £31.99


Titanfall 2 – 28th October – Xbox One


The Titan/Pilot relationship continues in Titanfall 2, with a single player campaign which sees a Militia Pilot in the making fighting against the odds to complete a mission that’s impossible without a Titan’s help. The multiplayer side features new modes and six brand new Titans to master, all of which add to providing a deeper experience. Titanfall 2 seems to have expanded upon everything the original offered, ensuring its innovative style stays intact.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £42.00


Just Dance 2017 – 28th October – Xbox One & Xbox 360


Dance your heart out in Just Dance 2017 to 40 brand new tracks from hugely popular artists such as Ariana Grande, Sia and Shakira. Workouts can be fun with your own custom playlists of your favourite tracks and an in-game calorie tracker. The newest mode added to the series, ‘Just Dance Machine’, sees gamers having to use their dancing energy to power an alien spaceship. There are plenty of other game modes too, ensuring that there’s something to do for those going solo or challenging others. Make sure you have a Kinect or a compatible Smartphone before getting involved.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £36.99 (One) or £24.99 (360)


Minecraft: Story Mode – The Complete Adventure – 28th October – Xbox One & Xbox 360


Telltale Games are back with a complete collection of their point and click adventure set in the world of Minecraft. This disc will provide you with each of the five episodes as well as the three bonus adventure episodes, bringing a grand total of eight. You will embark on an interactive journey with the main protagonist Jesse in this story, which is driven by your decisions, across the Overworld, through the Nether and even to the End. Minecraft: Story Mode also features a stellar voice cast, including Patton Oswalt, Ashley Johnson, and cameos from Minecraft Youtube stars.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £24.99 on both One and 360


Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition – 28th October – Xbox One


Almost five years since its original release, the popular fantasy role-playing game Skyrim returns with HD visuals for the latest generation of consoles in a remastered version. Take on the role of any type of character you wish and play with a real freedom of what to do, which is boosted by the inclusion of PC Mods. As this is the complete Skyrim experience, all the official add-ons are present such as Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £34.00


Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2 – 28th October – Xbox One


In Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2 you are the hero, recreating the epic events of the Dragon Ball universe, in the role of a Time Patroller in order to protect the timeline, both past and present, from being altered by evil meddlers. Create your own character using a multitude of customization options to stand out from the crowd. There are lots of missions to partake in, whether alone or with others online, and Patrollers can gather in the new hub known as Conton City to train, undertake quests and do a bit of shopping.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £39.89

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Mark McMorris Infinite Air – 28th October – Xbox One


Aiming to be the most authentic snowboarding experience ever, Mark McMorris Infinite Air wants to deliver fluid and physics based controls across the infinite number of procedurally-generated mountains available to explore. Join some of the elite snowboarders, and Mark McMorris, in real world competitions such as Slopestyle and Big Air. That’s not all as you can also create your own courses to share with the rest of the world.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £31.34


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!

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