Our Xbox One Review of Switch: Or Die Trying Switch: Or Die Trying is a game where you play as the letter ‘I’. Your mission is to win back his friends. There are 75 levels which get even more challenging the more you play. Each level offers a letter of the alphabet at the end. ..
Our review of Hellblade: Senua`s Sacrifice on Xbox One When it was revealed a few weeks ago that Hellblade: Senua`s Sacrifice was going to be making its way to Xbox, I was quite excited. Having launched last August on Windows and PlayStation, it was a game that I wondered whether we`d be getting any form ..
Raiders Of The Broken Planet: Hades Betrayal Welcome to the 3rd DLC of Raiders Of The Broken Planet, it has been a long time coming, but finally it is here. Hades Betrayal may just be one of the best DLC’s Raiders may have released so far. The first one Alien Myths was good but nothing ..
When I first saw Deep Ones I knew that I had to play it. It’s retro inspired Spectrum 48k/Commodore 64 graphics and back to basics gameplay were right up my street. Even the gameplay reminded me of something I would have spent day after day playing in my bedroom as I was growing up all ..
If there’s one thing you can count on from Ubisoft it’s that their open world games are getting bigger and better as every new Assassin’s Creed or Far Cry hits the shelves. They have quickly become masters of the do what you want, when you want openness in these huge, sprawling games. Far Cry 5 ..
Check out our Xbox One Review of Extinction I always try to go into a game open minded and welcome it with open arms. How the long the arms stay open for is a story that can be told another day. Over the past few weeks, I`ve had the chance to get my hands on ..
Puzzle platformers, particularly of the retro style, are pretty commonplace in the Xbox marketplace these days, and another to add to the ever growing list is Alteric, developed and published by the guys at Sometimes You. The players takes control of a white square, that makes its way through the puzzle-platform levels by sliding and ..
Our Xbox One review of Assassins Creed Rogue – Remastered Assassination Creed is one of Ubisoft’s biggest projects. With the originals following the story of Ezios ancestors they decided to take a new approach with the release of Black Flag back in 2013 and Assassins Creed Rogue is a sequel to that. Originally released back ..
Our Xbox One review of A Way Out When A Way Out was revealed last year at E3, it was a game that I took an instant liking too. I liked the idea of what the trailer had shown, and the idea of a full blown co-op experience, where you`d over the course of a ..
Enigmatis 3: The Shadow Of Karkhala The last time I had an Artifex Mundi game I didn’t have the best of experiences with Grim Legends 2: Song of the Dark Swan and rated it very poorly. But since then they have released more games of similar styled gameplay and have found to be more successful. ..
Our Xbox One Review of Octahedron Octahedron is a very different type of game. It’s an action platform game where you have to make your way out of the level by jumping destroying light bulbs, flowers and avoiding enemies. You are on the world of Veetragoul and you must climb up to the top of ..
Minit by name and Minit by nature. In Minit your character who is a cross between Qbert and a duck has only sixty seconds to complete whatever task is at hand before the game resets itself and puts you right back to where you started. It really is that simple but look under the hood ..