HMV are selling "Two Worlds" for the Xbox 360 for £12.99 (inc Del.)
You can get cashback through the usual sites (e.g. 5% Quidco, making it just £12.34)
The next best price seems to be £17.95 from BlahDVD.
'Two Worlds' tells the tale of an epic clash between Orcs and Humans that steadily unfolds to provide an over-arching story. Players embarking on the grand quest will find a dynamic world that adjusts to their actions, complemented by a career system that allows incredible freedom in character development. A plethora of side quests accompany the main story and there's a staggeringly large array of items and equipment to collect.
This questing and collecting takes place in a vast environment that offers unprecedented levels of dynamic interaction with both the landscape and non-player characters. Players will be able to set traps for foes and wandering beasts, even to the point of triggering avalanches and other small-scale disasters.
The flora of Twin World's universe has also been given the dynamic treatment, with trees and plants reacting to the player's actions in a surprisingly realistic manner. Transport around the huge world can be done via teleportation spells or on the backs of a wide variety of creatures, from traditional horses and camels to a range of much more esoteric beasts.
'Two Worlds' also incorporates a complex fighting system and a radical new method for handling magical spells. Combat is handled in step-time, with the player selecting attacks and defences that are played out with remarkably detailed animations and stunning motion captured moves.
Magic is no longer a set of static, progressively more powerful spells. Instead, the magic system in 'Two Worlds' is based around components in the form of cards. In simple terms, a card for an element and a card for an effect are combined to produce a spell Ice and a range of damage, for example. Two World's spells are never fixed, so the player can add new cards to enhance pre-existing spells at any time.
Perhaps the most exciting aspect of 'Two Worlds' is its multiplayer mode. Rather than taking a traditional tack, the game has a fully-fledged MMORPG mode complete with unique quests, an arena for 1-on-1 PVP battles, multiplayer horse races and completely customisable player characters with no level capping. Distinct and separate from the single player adventure, this new multiplayer mode will be entirely charge-free for its users.