It is truly a great time to be a gamer especially as this Friday sees the release of not one game, but three major releases. Guitar Hero Live, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, and Just Dance 2016 hits stores today, so what better games to play, than brand new ones!

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate – PS4, Xbox One (Coming soon to PC)

Jacob and Evie Frye have one objective, take back London from under the rule of the ruthless Templars. Workers are dying, slavery is at a high, the poor are dying and the rich are getting richer. All this thanks to the Templars. The twins now set out to change the fate of millions as they rise to lead the underworld and break the rule of corruption.

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Guitar Hero Live -PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360

Guitar Hero Live is the much-needed reboot to the popular guitar series. There are new innovative ways to play as you make use of the brand new re-designed Guitar controller. Play in the campaign as you take centre stage looking out among the thousands of fans that have come to either witness your fame, or your impending doom in the industry. It is all about pleasing the fans, as your performance alters their mood.

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Just Dance 2016 – Ps4, Xbox One, Ps3, Wii U, PS3, Xbox 360

Just Dance 2016 has taken the much-loved dance genre and made it more appealing thanks to its smartphone app. All you need now is the app and you can get you party on without any additional accessories. Dance to songs from popular artists like Lady Gaga with the biggest track listing in a Just Dance title to date.

The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone Expansion – PS4, Xbox One, PC

We just recently reviewed the latest Witcher 3 expansion and we absolutely loved it. Its gripping story and great new gameplay mechanics made us give it a flawless 100% and our Gold Award. You can spend the weekend playing as Geralt, the Witcher as he struggles to repay his debt that he has accumulated by accident. Face new bosses, wield new Runewright abilities, and visit the creepiest locations to date

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