Many of today’s releases seem to be themed around transportation in many forms. Aces of the Luftwaffe: Squadron is a vertical scrolling shoot’em up that puts you high above the ground in warplanes. Bud Spencer and Terrence Hill – Slaps and Beans is a co-operative or single-player beat’em up scroller featuring Bud Spencer and Terence Hill. The Council – Episode 3: Ripples continues the main story of the exciting adventure game. Mega Man X Legacy Collection I & II is the collection for the true Mega Man fan, as it includes all eight titles from the Mega Man X saga. No Man’s Sky presents you with your own galaxy. ready to be explored and discovered. Finally, Train Sim World is a first-person train simulator that puts you in the driver’s seat of many classic trains.
Evade a hailstorm of bullets, all while facing an onslaught of war machines in explosive air battles and strategic action from boss fights, and an intricate and interesting fully voiced narrative. Upgrade each pilot of your squadron with various skills from their own separate trees and take on your adversaries alone or with up to three friends in 4-player local co-op. Aces of the Luftwaffe: Squadron is available now on Xbox One for $14.99.
Join Bud Spencer and Terence Hill in their first ever adventure. Whether alone in single-player or co-operative, Slaps and Beans is a scrolling beat’em up featuring platforming and various mini-games which help the player interpret the characters Bud Spencer and Terence Hill. Bud Spencer and Terence Hill – Slaps and Beans is available now on Xbox One for $19.99.
Episode 3 of The Council, entitled Ripples, continues the story of protagonist Louis de Richet as various plot points come to fruition, characters reach the point of no return, and truths are revealed. It will take every being in Louis to stop the situation from growing out of control in the third episode of this adventure game. The Council: Episode 3 – Ripples is available now on Xbox One for $6.99.
The Mega Man X Legacy Collection I & II offers up all eight titles from the Mega Man X saga, including new bonus content such as the all-new X challenge mode which tasks players against two bosses at once, a museum filled with plenty of production art, catalogs of classic Mega Man merchandise, classic commercials and more. It doesn’t get any more mega than that. Mega Man Legacy Collection I & II is available now on Xbox One for $39.99.
Possibly the biggest release today comes from a game that Xbox players have been waiting quite some time for. No Man’s Sky is the game for the true science-fiction lover. It features a galaxy for you to discover at your heart’s content. It’s filled with plenty of unexplored planets with newly discovered lifeforms and there is plenty for you to unveil. Descend from deep space onto a planet’s surface with no loading screens, and no limits to how far you can go in the infinite reaches of space. It leaves you questioning, is space truly the final frontier? The game launches with an update which brings a variety of new features including multiplayer functionality. No Man’s Sky is available today on Xbox One for $49.99.
Welcome to an immersive first-person simulation, a game that not only assigns you as the conductor and places you in the driver’s seat, but one that also brings to life the sounds, power, and true performance of real trains using real-world data. You’re not tied to the driver’s seat, however, as you’re welcome to explore on foot and help bring classic trains tooting to life. Unfortunately, Thomas the Train Engine is not invited. Train Sim World is available now on Xbox One for $49.99.