Star Trek Online, the free to play space-faring MMORPG from developers Perfect World is boldly going into its 14th season. What this actually means is that a new mission pack filled with new adventures within the Trek universe! Wither you've started the game as a Federation, Romulan or Klingon the update is available to play.
For any lovers of indie style games Curve Digital may have you covered. They recently announced a new bundle they were bringing to Xbox One available from the 20th October until 3rd November 2017. Anyone who purchases the Gimme 5 bundle will receive 5 of Curve Digital highly revered titles for one amazing price.
The bundle is only available on the Xbox Live Store and it gives gamers a massive 70% discount compared to buying the titles singularly and at only £18 at the time of writing, now is the time to jump in and try Curve Digital titles if you haven't already.
With ongoing talk of Xbox Original titles becoming part of the Xbox One's already wealthy list of backwards compatibility titles, I've recently had a think about what games I think should be given another chance on this current genstation. There is no particular order to this list.
Everspace developer Rockfish have announced this week that it's sci-fi space shooter Everspace is to receive it's first expansion titled - Encounters
Rockfish says that Encounters will "add over 10 hours of extra gameplay to the core game". The studio also announced the arrival of a new player ship called the Colonial Sentinel that will feature an electronics warfare package as it's arsenal and a shield that has twice the capacity of the current in-game shield.