This week will see the beating of geezers in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, some fabulous crossdressing in Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes and the unleashing of your inner rockstar in Guitar Hero Live.
Guitar Hero Live (PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U)
Are you ready to rock out with plastic instruments like it’s 2007? If so then you might want to pick up Guitar Hero Live this week. This new installment aims to reinvent the series with a revamped guitar controller that boasts a new, six button layout. You will play in front of real crowds who dynamically react to each of your performances. Guitar Hero Live will feature hundreds of playable songs at launch, with more to be added in the future as DLC.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
It was only only matter of time until Ubisoft brought its open world franchise to the streets of London, and that time has finally come. Assassin’s Creed Syndicate follows Jacob and Evie Frye, sibling assassins who aim to take back London from Templar control and its corrupt criminal underworld. We’re hoping for fish and chips, cockney accents and far less bugs than AC: Unity.
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Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes (Nintendo 3DS)
Tri Force Heroes is a cooperative action-adventure game in which you and your friends control three different coloured versions of Link, as you set to out navigate dungeons, defeat enemies and solve puzzles. Your team of Links can wear a number of different outfits to obtain new skills, abilities and look super fabulous. You will need a group of friends and multiple 3DS consoles to get the most out of Tri Force Heroes however, otherwise you can play solo.
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Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns (PC)
The latest expansion for the popular MMORPG, Heart of Thorns will add a selection of new features to the bustling world of Guild Wars 2. This includes a new jungle environment called The Heart of Maguuma, ripe with new enemies, equipment and quests to take on and discover. Heart of Thorns will also see the debut of The Mastery System, an all new PvE progression system available to characters level 80 and above.
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Just Dance 2016 (PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U)
Ubisoft’s annual boogie simulator is back in town, complete with an assortment of chart topping hits and embarrassing dance numbers. Just Dance 2016 includes a new mode known as “Dance Party”, which aims to combine both competitive and co-operative multiplayer modes. You will be able to send recordings of your dances to friends along with a selection of challenges for them to complete.
That’s it for this week, what are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below!