Ti­tan­fall Xbox One The sec­ond and third time around, Ti­tan­fall’s level-up loop is even bet­ter than the first. Af­ter re­turn­ing to level one, sud­denly you’re lev­el­ling faster and bet­ter than ever. You’ll be back to your orig­i­nal load­out within a few days, but be­ware those level 50s who never re­gen­er­ated, with their empty black icon. They don’t care about un­locks or pres­tige; they care only about killing you, and they have all the best tools for the job.

Watch Dogs PS4 When in the his­tory of videogames have in­sta-fail stealth mis­sions ever been fun? Ubisoft learned lessons from the dis­mal mis­sion de­sign in As­sas­sin’s Creed 3, but per­haps not in time to save the five-yearsin-de­vel­op­ment Watch Dogs from some an­ti­quated in­sta-fail stealth de­sign. Still, the oc­ca­sional cam­paign mis­step hasn’t kept us from en­joy­ing play­ing the game like Judge Dredd. Wrong name on li­brary ticket? Il­le­gally down­loads me­dia? Killed a dol­phin? They’ll never see us com­ing.

Tri­als Fu­sion PS4 Al­ready faster than all your friends? We know the feel­ing. But the prospect of on­line tour­na­ments has rein­vig­o­rated our at­tempts to grab those last few Plat­inum medals.

The first free Tri­als Fu­sion up­date also in­cludes ten user-made tracks to com­pete on, with prizes of gear, bike parts and – un­nec­es­sary given the re­serves we’ve built up play­ing off­line – in-game cash.

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