There’s a real mixed bag of games hitting the stores this coming week for both Xbox One and Xbox 360, but whether you’ll want to pick any up is a different matter. If anyone likes LEGO though, you might be in luck.
The Technomancer – 28th June – Xbox One
Embark on a perilous journey across a post-apocalyptic ‘Red Planet’ as a formidable Technomancer, capable of unleashing electrical powers to cause destruction. Being a rookie to the role, you’ll need to survive the world if you’ve any hope of completing the initiation process. On this sci-fi RPG adventure there are many ways to resolve quests, combat isn’t the only trick up a Technomancer’s sleeve and maybe diplomacy will garner results. How will your story turn out? Can you uncover the truth behind The Technomancers?
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £39.99
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens – 28th June – Xbox One & Xbox 360
The LEGO franchise returns with a new humorous journey based on the smash hit blockbuster film Star Wars: The Force Awakens. You’ll get to play as all your favourites such as Rey, Finn, BB-8, Han Solo and the villainous Kylo Ren. Not only will it cover storylines featured in the film but also completely fresh and untold adventures set in a time before The Force Awakens. With authentic dialogue from the theatrical cast and visiting locales like Jakku, if you love Star Wars then this might be for you.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £34.85 (One) or £30.99 (360)
7 Days to Die – 1st July – Xbox One
Imagine a game that can go on for an unlimited amount of hours, well that game is 7 Days to Die, an open-world survival horror with crafting, building and exploring bringing a freedom to play how you want. The idea is to survive in an unforgiving post-apocalyptic world, overrun with the undead, by mastering the unique combination of genres that sees elements of a first person shooter, tower defence and RPG all rolled into one. And that’s not all because there are online and local multiplayer modes where you can take on or work together with friends to ensure survival.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £27.50
Prison Architect – 1st July – Xbox One
If you’ve ever fancied taking charge of a prison from a position of authority, Prison Architect has just the tools to work with. You’ll be able to build and manage prisons that have an unprecedented level of customisation with the thousands of tools and tweakable options. Manage your own through the five campaign chapters or jump into someone else’s creation and see if you can handle their setup. Keeping inmates happy has never been more challenging.
Where can I buy it? Amazon for £17.99
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!