Just when you think it’s safe to start working on your gaming backlog, three more Xbox One titles head to the stores this week. Which of these will you be picking up?

Final Fantasy XV – 29th November – Xbox One


The long awaited arrival of Final Fantasy XV is almost here, with Prince Noctis leading the way in the protagonist role. Just as he’s en route to get married, his homeland is invaded, thus Noctis and friends must journey home to reclaim the land. Set in a vast open-word, players will have to overcome treacherous foes and larger-than-life creatures using a redesigned combat system featuring hack and slash melee combat, dodging, spells and summons. This could be your ultimate fantasy!

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £39.42

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The Dwarves – 1st December – Xbox One


The Dwarves is a fantasy RPG telling the story of Tungdil, a dwarf who has spent his entire life so far with humans, now on a journey through Girdlegard and expanding his knowledge of dwarves along the way. Take on a multitude of enemies – such as ogres, zombies, orcs and more – in real-time battles, with 15 different playable heroes, each possessing their own individual skills. Navigate around enemy groups to avoid them, take them head on, initiate side quests, or just have a chat with an NPC. That’s your choice in this fascinating tale based on the best-selling novel, “The Dwarves”.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £34.99


Steep – 2nd December – Xbox One


Imagine dropping into the open world of the Alps and Alaska, where the whole place is available to explore via snowboarding, paragliding, skiing and wingsuit flying. That’s the kind of action sports game Steep is, and each sport comes with its own specifically designed challenges to participate in. Whether you want to drop into the action alone or with friends, you can record the most insane stunts imaginable and challenge the world to beat your best moves. Alternatively, you could just take in the beauty of this mountainous playground.

Where can I buy it? Amazon for £42.00


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