Earlier this week, 2K revealed the full details of the WWE 2K17 Season Pass for their upcoming wrestling game, throwing all sorts of content at us and slapping on a fairly big price tag of $29.99.

I love a good book or movie trilogy. Seeing the same characters go through different adventures and watch their character arcs unfold. It isn’t something you see in video games very often though. Certainly there are long games that have a series of side stories and game series that often have similar themes or are set in the same world, but it is rare to see the same characters hold real continuity across games. Why are games sequels with continuity so hard? Let’s have a think shall we.

Welcome to another installment of Garage Sale Adventures. Join Erik from The Gamers Lounge on his chronicled adventure as he hits up garage sales in his local area and sees what he can find in the way of video games.

When the official WWE videogame WWE 2K17 launches on October 11th, the accompanying Season Pass will present players with a treasure trove of additional content over time.

It must be difficult to produce a gaming title each year, adding new features and conjuring up ideas for possible improvements. Konami, have a tougher job than most as they can’t introduce lots of fresh modes or change anything too drastic, because Pro Evolution Soccer as a series has to keep its character and after all football is football, there’s not much you can do about that.

September was a great month to be an Xbox Live Gold subscriber with four games that near-on wowed the masses. October is fast approaching though and the month’s free Xbox Live Games With Gold titles for both Xbox One and Xbox 360 have been announced.

As Xbox gamers we’ve had a huge number of discounts thrust our way with the recent Xbox Live Deals With Gold offerings. This week though? Well, it’s a little sparse to say the least. But which are the best and worst of the deals on offer between the 20th-26th Sept 2016?

Halloween may be a month or so away but from today Rocksmith 2014 players can grab a downloadable content pack which brings some horror punk to the party. Are you ready for some Misfits?

It’s Tuesday and that means the Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight sale is rocking and rolling once more with numerous discounts available on both the Xbox One and Xbox 360.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 is Konami’s latest installment of the beloved soccer franchise. This year marks the franchise’s twentieth anniversary, and PES 2017 has dramatically stepped up its game. More than just incremental updates, Konami has advanced PES 2017 far beyond previous games and in turn has produced one of the best soccer games available to date.

After the plethora of titles last week, there’s just the sole offering heading to the stores this week for the Xbox One. That doesn’t mean it’s not a top title though…

The end is nigh as the final scheduled episode of Minecraft: Story Mode arrives to conclude a real rollercoaster of a series. There have been many highs, a few lows and lots of family friendly action up to this point, but after the mediocre episode seven set in a barren land, Telltale need to do something fresh and exciting in order to leave us with fonder memories.

Coinciding with the release of the film on which it’s based, The LEGO Batman Movie Story Pack, will bring a deep, story-driven gameplay experience with iconic DC characters in place. With six puzzle-packed levels and new LEGO Gateway bricks that allow players to build the Bat-Computer atop the LEGO Toy Pad.

With the impeding release of Final Fantasy XV I think it worth looking at what exactly JRPGs can offer now. I mean, they have long since passed their PlayStation 2 heyday, but does that mean they have nothing left to offer? Recent releases – even Final Fantasy games – have felt lacking that extra jazz of previous generations. Is it that the stories aren’t as engaging? Has the combat been forced to evolve to a point where it’s no longer as enjoyable?

Catalyst may have released earlier in the year to nothing more than lukewarm applause, but its predecessor is now available to download for free – and you should never turn your nose up at free.

Telltale Games are masters at creating captivating story-driven adventures. Now they've partnered up with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment to bring us their latest episodic point-and-click tale: Batman: The Telltale Series. As Batman you'll delve into the criminal underworld of Gotham City in a story that evolves and changes based on your decisions. Come find out why you should pick up this game for your Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, or PlayStation 3 today.

Each week EA Sports creates a FIFA Ultimate Team Team of the Week (TOTW) based on players in the real world that are in form for that week. Take a look at the team that will be available for one week from 14th September at 6pm.

Available right now as a free download, the FIFA 17 demo gives you the opportunity to experience a number of game options; namely a selected experience from The Journey as you attempt to help Alex Hunter rise to stardom, a few skill games and the chance to join some of the world’s biggest clubs with Kick Off.

To get involved you’ll need to have purchased at least Episode 1 of the series, plus the Adventure pass which brings the final three chapters into your life. The Xbox One Games Store is ready and waiting.

This week’s Rocksmith 2014 Edition downloadable content on Xbox and PS is a bit of a mixed bag, but it’s the variety that really should be embraced. In fact, you won’t be able to refuse it.

After a rather decent offering last time round, the Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight sale is back with even more discounts for Xbox One and Xbox 360. Want to check out the full list of bargains which will be in place between the 13th-19th September 2016?

There are so many video worlds, characters and events that I would like to revisit or explore further. I understand that pursuing these in as a video game might not work for a whole host of reasons, but maybe a novel or two would be the next best thing. Here is a list of five video games that would make great books.

But in case you were busy soaking up the final few rays of the year, let us take a look back at the very best Xbox articles that dropped onto TheXboxHub’s pages from the 4th-10th September 2016.

This week the gang talks Deus Ex Mankind Divided, Battlefield 1 Beta, Quantum Break, Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin, PS4 Pro and Slim, no mods on PS4, Super Mario Run, Nintendo Direct, 17 years of Dreamcast and more!

The sound of artillery begins to cease; the tanks are rolled back into their garages, the horses stabled and given hay. Quiet overcomes the frontlines of the Great War, but not for long. Our noble war reporters return home, with stories of victory and defeat, valour and savagery, ready for tomorrow’s headlines and next week’s propaganda. Is this something like the Christmas truce? Not quite – just the end of the Battlefield 1 open beta period. GTUK’s intrepid, war-weary team shake the Egyptia...