Travel back to the 90s with today’s Xbox Games Store update, as Bandai Namco has launched Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle for the Xbox One. Based on the first season of the long-running kids show, Mega Battle is a side-scrolling beat ’em up with an art style that wouldn’t look out of place on the Super NES or the Genesis.
Also available to download on the Xbox One today is RWBY: Grimm Eclipse, which is based on Rooster Teeth’s RWBY. Players will be able to go behind the storyline of the show and explore new location, meet new Grimm types, and battle a brand new villain.
Finally today, Blowfish Studios will add Siegecraft Commander to the Xbox Games Store for the Xbox One. Offering both real-time and turn-based strategy gameplay, players will need to build a strong base of operations in Siegecraft Commander in single-player and multiplayer modes.
You can find more details about today’s additions to the Xbox Games Store after the break.
Xbox One Games
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle ($14.99)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle provides a creative and modern re-imaging of the classic multiplayer beat-em-up genre. Level up your rangers, team up with friends, summon the Megazord, and ﬁght your way through levels stylized after classic Mighty Morphin Power Rangers episodes!
RWBY: Grimm Eclipse ($19.99)
RWBY: Grimm Eclipse is a four-player, online co-op, hack and slash game based upon Rooster Teeth’s international hit series RWBY. Get ready for intense combat action as you battle Grimm across familiar locations of Remnant including new areas never before seen in the show. Play as Ruby, Weiss, Blake, and Yang in this character-driven adventure that explores new storylines, new Grimm types, and a new villain! Experience an exclusive storyline with new locations, enemies, and a new villain never before seen in the show.
Siegecraft Commander ($19.99)
Play through the Knight campaign as you battle against the tribal Lizardmen or enjoy the groundbreaking PvP combat system that will deliver fast-paced real-time strategy action or tactical turn-based gameplay. Multiplayer allows the host to select a game mode before each match, while single-player focuses entirely on real-time strategic gameplay.