Out This Week: March 25th (North America)
Posted by Anthony Bacchus
So you're browsing your local retailer's Xbox One and Xbox 360 section and have no idea what new games were released this week. No one seems willing to help and you feel alone and scared. Surely, there must be a way — an easy way — to get the info on the latest releases. Rest your worried head young Spartan, because at pX we got you covered on what's hitting retail stores and the Games Store.
A fairly "meh" week here with the concluding chapter of BioShock Infinite's Burial at Sea being the main highlight. April should be an interesting month for new games though with the releases of the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall and Ubisoft's beautiful RPG, Child of Light.
Xbox 360 Retail
Cabela's Big Game Hunter: Pro Hunts (Activision / $29.99) - Classic Cabela still going strong after all these years. We can't say that we're particular fans of this series but they must be selling fairly well to continue annualizing it. If you like hunting without hitting the real outdoors, then this one is for you. Available March 25th
Xbox Games Store
BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode Two (2K Games / $14.99) - With the recent and surprising shutdown of Irrational Games, it's with a sad heart that this additional story add-on may be the last we'll ever see of BioShock altogether. Episode Two concludes the Rapture storyline with characters Booker and Elizabeth from Infinite, and we're hearing it's quite the doozy. If you already have the season pass, this one should be free to download. Just a quick heads up: Episode Two on Xbox 360 is separated into two different downloads, so make sure you set both of them in your queue. Available March 25th
Constant C (Mages / $9.99) - We somehow missed this one when it was released on March 12th, so we apologize for the lateness. Constant C is a 2D puzzle platformer where you control a lone robot that can manipulate gravity and time in order to complete each level. Sounds pretty wild to us. Available March 12th
Skydive: Proximity Flight (TopWare Interactive AG / $6.99) - Alright, so we goofed twice on this as well. Like the name implies, get ready to move your body for some simulated skydiving thrills thanks to the wonders of Kinect. Available March 14th
Xbox One Retail
No new releases
If you remember, Titanfall on 360 was scheduled to be released this week but was recently delayed until April 8th for some extra development time. You can catch up on our Xbox One review while you wait if you're getting antsy. We're still pretty head-over-heels with Titanfall and there's frankly not much this week that will pull us away from it.