Here’s the full rundown of video games coming to the Xbox One Games Store between 2nd – 6th October, 2017.
It’s a busy week on the Xbox One with 12 new games to choose from, and although there aren’t any AAA releases, there are a few gems worth investigating.
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is a remaster of Capcom’s cult 2012 RPG. The original Xbox 360 version suffered from a fair few technical issues – and a notoriously unsteady frame-rate – so we welcome the chance to revisit it.
This week also sees the long-awaited release of N++, marking the return of Metanet’s ruthless but exhilarating ninja platforming series to the Xbox. It’s a brutal, but brilliant game, and puts Cuphead in the shade when it comes to difficulty.
Other highlights include Tuatara Games’ pixel art shooter Let Them Come, and action-strategy game, Inversus Deluxe.
Here’s the full rundown of next week’s Xbox One digital releases:
Xbox One Game Store releases 2nd – 6th October, 2017
Monday 2nd October, 2017
- theHunter: Call of the Wild
Tuesday 3rd October, 2017
- Let Them Come
- Mystik Belle
- Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen
- Marble Void
Wednesday 4th October, 2017
- Inversus Deluxe
Thursday 5th October, 2017
- No releases
Friday 6th October, 2017
- The Culling 1.0
- Bulb Boy
- Iron Wings
- Zombie Party
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