After 5 years of development, Gearbox Software’s brand new IP, Battleborn, with 25 unique playable heroes has launched for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Allowing for an unprecedented customizable character growth, Battleborn gives you a unique gameplay experience that you will not soon forget. Unlike other first-person shooters, Battleborn is unique in that it fuses multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) elements into its gameplay.

"Produced by Kensuke Tanabe, producer of all pervious Metroid Prime games, Metroid Prime: Federation Force has plenty to see and do that is sure to please fans and those new to the series. With controls similar to the Metroid Prime games on the Wii, and a plot that unfolds in mission format—Metroid Prime: Federation Force is not looking to cash-in on the Metroid IP."

The Cinelinx team got a chance to play the beta early and have some impressions from the battlefield. Check out what they think of the weapons, environment, and gameplay with the small amount of content released in the beta, before the games release.

With over 100 hours of gameplay, all locations and episodes from the Prologue, France and Italy to Morocco, Thailand, USA and Japan, as you play as Agent 47 taking out powerful high-profile targets in an intense spy-thriller story across a world of assassination.

Available to download now for just £3.19, I, Zombie puts you in the stumbling undead body of the leader of a zombie horde as you attempt to infect as many humans as you can. It’ll be up to you to create your army and take over the world with a strategic, rather tactical approach.

After a three-month head start on Steam, Prominence Poker has now made its way on to the Xbox One. Is it a Royal Flush or about as useful as 2-7 off suit hole cards? Our review tells all

MajorNelson has detailed (and then seemingly swiftly deleted his post) regarding the latest update for Xbox One and the Xbox app on Win10, Android and iOS. They are rolling out from today and will help unite gamers in a way that has never been seen before.

The games are coming thick and fast with a huge number of new games releasing on Xbox throughout September 2016. We’ve got sports games, fantasy games, remastered games and games that won’t be found on other formats any time soon.

I think I always meant to, seeing as the first game was as good as it was, but other things got in the way and in the end the Fall of Cybertron just got forgotten about. Well thank god it’s been brought to Xbox One.

Available right now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, Livelock will give you the chance to forge humanity’s fate as Earth enters the age of the machine. A £15.99 price point seems decent enough to warrant a little look too.

Welcome to the world of Valley, a small little game that really makes you think. You are an archaeologist that sets out on an expedition for the Lifeseed, an ancient artifact that has the power to shatter the whole world into fragments.

"For any fans whom may have been left disappointed in recent weeks, there’s no doubt the sheer amount of high profile Superstars and Legends to round off the roster will be pleasing to all."

Mark McMorris Infinite Air will be arriving on Xbox One, PS4 and PC in October and today it’s got itself a brand new trailer showing off the top pros who will be included.

It’s back and bringing numerous Xbox bargains to the masses once more. Yes, the Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight sale is in place again and this week sees a whole host of deals on the table.

When you’ve already got a tie-in with one of the biggest club sides in the world with Barcelona, there’s only really one way to go…and that’s to grab a deal with one of the largest football federations around.

It’s won countless awards and right now you can play it on your Xbox One. If you like your puzzlers, Hue shouldn’t be missed! It's available to download right now.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last couple of years, you would already know that Konami have created an awesome Metal Gear experience with the release of Ground Zeroes, The Phantom Pain and Metal Gear Online.

Combining the deep strategy of a table top board game, the tactical nous of a card title and a strong character progression system, Armello certainly sounds a delightful little beast. And right now you can grab it on Xbox One.

"With 70 levels in place, all with varying difficulty, brand new puzzles to test your skills on and the chance to customise your experience with numerous graphical styles."

There are fifty levels in total and each of them have three gears that can be collected in any order. If you miss a gear, you can always go back and replay the level to claim it. Gathering gears is actually optional since you merely have to reach the end of the level to unlock the next one. Of course, this is easier said than done.

"Not only do you get the stunning base game of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, but you will find yourself battling through and exploring every single piece of additional content and all the expansions that have been created as well."

One hundreeeed and fooorty…said no darts player ever. But we’re not here to play darts, we’re here to play Xbox and right now that’s the only number you need to remember!

Uno has been a bit of a revelation when it comes to video games, with the first being released back in 2006 for the Xbox 360 – it was a bit of abnormality in that it was one of the first (and most controversial) games to take advantage of the Xbox camera quite early in the life cycle of the console.

It’s mix-up Tuesday as this week’s Rocksmith 2014 Edition downloadable content pack takes us back through the decades to bring some classic 70’s rock to our ears.

Binaries gives you the chance to send two lovable balls through over 100 levels of danger, death and jokes, controlling both balls at the same time and ensuring your brain ends up completely frazzled.