For Sonic fans out there your latest dash through his world is finally here. Sonic Forces is a fast paced platformed we have come to know from the Sonic franchise from the same developers of Sonic Colours and Sonic Generations. Available from 7th November Sonic Forces comes with a day one patch which allows players to recollect rings they lose when hit as well as a number of other updates.
7th November 2017 marked the launch day of the Xbox One X, if you didn't already hear about it then where have you been? It was also the day that Super Luck's Tale was released on Xbox One and it's 2 variation consoles. Super Lucky's Tale is the cartoon style platform game that seems to have been missing from the Xbox game line up for a while. There are other child friendly gaming mascots out there, though Xbox seemed to bypass the notion for a long time; instead aiming towards more adult themed mascots like Marcus Fenix and Master Chief.
Starting life as a virtual reality game, the team behind Lucky's Tale have a tremendous amount of passion and care for the world they have created. They claim that the journey of Lucky is almost like a diary of sorts for the development team, their journey as a studio has been tied very closely with their journey creating Lucky and the world he inhabits. The game has now moved onto the console market, also as an Xbox Play Anywhere title you will be able to continue your game on the go if you have a Windows 10 enabled computer.
Ubisoft have announced the finale to Rainbow Six: Siege season 2 with the interestingly named Operation White Noise. The new operation will take place in South Korea, players will intervene is an observation tower above Seoul's skyline. There will be a 3 new operators getting added with this update as well; the 707th Special Mission Battalion will be introducing a new attacker and defender, while a new Polish operator from the GROM unit will be added. To learn more about the new update and the new characters tune into the Rainbow Six: Siege pro league Finals on November 18th & 19th on the Rainbow Six Twitch Channel.
Starting 2nd Of November 2017 any one with an EA Access subscription will be able to start there new career in the latest outing of Need For Speed. Need for Speed Payback will have you joining Tyler, Jess and Mac as you complete races, mission and challenges to earn the respect of fellow races in the Valley's underground and earn the right to take part in the ultimate race to bring down The House.
The trial will allow gamers to take part in a block buster Highway heist as you play through the opening 2 chapters of the title as well as begin building up your collection of cars. As you play you can also customise your new racers and if you're lucky you could even find a derelict car to restore. This is a new concept to Need for Speed, allowing you to find scrap chassis throughout the game which you can there work on and restore into your very own custom hot-rod.
For anyone who has yet to play Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: A Telltale Series, you might be surprised to find the depths to some characters that do not get the same representation on the big screen. The game is very unpredictable and will always have you guessing and never exactly sure where the next chapter will take you.
The games 5th and final episode is titled "Don't Stop Believin" and will be available from November 7th (expect a review shortly after that), the final episode will bring the series to an end. Guardians have been a fun filled team of misfits on the big screen for a couple of years now, though their run time in the comic book world has lasted decades longer. It has been fun getting to see different sides to the characters through Telltale games signature gameplay style.