There are some remote parts of the world that you really wouldn’t relish driving through. The ice and snow of northern Sweden, gravel tracks high in the Chilean Andes, the winding narrow cliff-side lanes of Corsica, maybe even the muddy dirt tracks through the forests of Wales, all these places are a rally drivers dream, ..
The Gears of War series (now called just Gears apparently) has had its claws in me since the beginning. I was invested in the story of Delta squad in the original trilogy, and the hard-hitting multiplayer action is something I’ve always found very appealing. There’s no game quite like it in terms of its mechanics ..
Our Xbox One Review of Vambrace Vambrace: Cold Soul is an unfortunate case of style over substance, whilst no one can deny that the game is very beautiful, The gameplay found under it is very underwhelming and lacking in any substance. Developed by South Korean studio Devespresso Games, Vambrace is a Roguelite JRPG , with ..
Our Xbox One Review of Bus Simulator I do like a good simulation title. When you look at PC, you can see loads of different simulation titles that have done well and been quite enjoyed by gamers. Flight Simulator (Which I`m waiting with hot anticipation until it releases on Xbox next year), the Train Simulation ..
Our Xbox One review of Ancestors Legacy Sometimes all you need is a brief description to know that you are going to like a game… 1C Publishing’s newest strategy title, Ancestors Legacy is one such game! Any title that incorporates Vikings, base-building strategy and in-depth historical reference, is setting itself up for success! In terms ..
Our Xbox One Review of The Walking Dead: Definitive Edition When Telltale launched their first season of The Walking Dead, it was a game that I instantly fell in love with. I loved the way they had taken the game and the approach that they had with storytelling. The first season of The Walking Dead ..
Our Xbox One Review of Super Jumpy Ball Over the past few days I`ve had the chance to get my hands on a fun quirky title that has been part of the Xbox Creators Program for quite a while, and that is one of Super Jumpy Ball, which is a platform puzzler. It`s been developed ..
Our Xbox One Review of Legend of the Skyfish Once again I am here to review another Ratalaika Games published game, this time it is the Adventure-Puzzler Legend of the Skyfish developed by Mgaia Studios. A lot of people see this as a another Zelda wannabe, what I will say from the outset is, this ..
Something new you and friends can get your teeth into? Capcom has teased a new game currently titled Project Resistance, that appears to be set within the Resident Evil franchise. It looks like the game will centre around teams of up to 4 trying to survive someone’s (yet to be revealed) twisted game. It pits ..
Our Xbox One Review of Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise Until recently, Point & Click adventure games had no real place on console, they were seen very much genre only suited for PC and one that would not appeal to a console audience. I’m not sure why there has been a shift in opinions ..
Mekabolt is the latest game coming from Ratalaika games, now I’ve reviewed a fair few of their games over the last year and some of them are purely a way of buying 1000 gamerscore but with very little game to boot and others have been fairly enjoyable fayre. This latest game comes from developer Somepx ..
Edna and Harvey: The New Eyes has been floating around on the PC since 2012 so it was quite a surprise when I saw that a nigh on seven year old game was being released for consoles. The game itself is a point and click style adventure with the main character Lilli being a student ..