Farming Simulator 19 – Xbox One Review

Farming Simulator 19 – Xbox One Review

Here’s the thing about Farming Simulator 19. It’s probably a good game. But after playing it extensively, I feel even less qualified to comment than I did beforehand. Having me review this is akin to asking a 14 year old Korean girl who lives for K-Pop to review Football Manager. Yes, she’ll play it. She ..

Hitman 2 – Xbox One Review

Hitman 2 – Xbox One Review

Hitman 2 is less of a sequel and more of a continuation or even an evolution of the 2016 reboot although, since IO Interactive split from Square Enix and partnered with Warner Bros this has been released as a full product with everything included on day rather than instalments. The big change for me that ..

Spyro: Reignited Trilogy – Xbox One Review

Spyro: Reignited Trilogy – Xbox One Review

Our Xbox One Review of Spyro: Reignited Trilogy Spyro the Dragon. I remember going playing through the first Spyro, all those years ago, back on the PS1 and sitting there for hours and hours playing through the game, collecting all the gems, freeing all the dragons, catching all the egg-thief’s (Little monsters) and obviously, stopping ..

Thief of Thieves Episode One: Xbox One Review

Thief of Thieves Episode One: Xbox One Review

Launching on Game Pass is one of those phrases, like tax rebate or long weekend, which is guaranteed to make me all fuzzy inside. It’s a mixed bag, sure, not all of them are winners, but unexpected titles appearing in ready to install is always a good thing. The latest addition to the catalogue, Thief ..

Xbox One (se)X enhanced?

Xbox One (se)X enhanced?

As a general rule, I don’t like sex in cinema. Not in a prudish way, but typically a prolonged bout of bedroom billiards strikes me as a sign of a bad movie. Likewise, I’ve no issue with cinematic nudity if it’s in context, but a long lingering look at a starlet having a shower is, ..

Shadow of Loot Box Xbox One Review

Shadow of Loot Box Xbox One Review

A FUNNY TAKE ON THE GAMING INDUSTRY: Developed by Stately Snail and published by Ratalaika Games, comes the outrageously daft and funny action adventure shooter: Shadow of Loot Box. Following the trend in the industry recently, this game really doesn’t hold back at parodying the ludicrous amount of microtransactions found in games today. Loot Box ..

Mutant Football League: Dynasty Edition – Xbox One Review

Mutant Football League: Dynasty Edition – Xbox One Review

American football is said to be a brutal sport, but if you think its nowhere near brutal enough, Mutant Football League ramps up the violence, with more gore, death and destruction in the pursuit of gridiron glory.  The name of the game might sound familiar if your gaming pedigree goes back as far as the ..

MechaNika –  Xbox One Review

MechaNika – Xbox One Review

Mechanika is a slightly adult themed puzzle adventure game by Mango Protocol and follows the other game that appeared earlier this year from the same developers ‘Agatha Knife’ (who also appears in this game). Our main character Nika Allen is a slightly disturbed 7 year old with a plan to become ‘Mecha Nika’ and pay ..

GRIP – Xbox One Review

GRIP – Xbox One Review

GRIP is a very fast paced racer that fills a nice gap in the market, a speedy game that doesn’t let up on pace from start to finish.  There’s no real story in GRIP, but its not needed or really wanted, we just want to go fast!  You drive futuristic looking cars that have big ..

Keyboard and Mouse support titles revealed

Keyboard and Mouse support titles revealed

First 14 titles to support Keyboard and Mouse revealed Keyboard and Mouse support was revealed a few months back and has been part of the Insider Program for those involved in that to test and play with before being released out to the general public. It was added for those members a while back, but ..

Final Fantasy games coming to Xbox via Backwards Compatibility

Final Fantasy games coming to Xbox via Backwards Compatibility

A handful of Fantasy Games are coming Backwards Compatibility news! We got the news at X018 that Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII were coming to the Backwards Compatibility scheme next week, and, Civilization Revolution was going to be receiving an Xbox One X enhancement patch. Not an awful ..

Forza Horizon 4: Fortune Island revealed as first expansion

Forza Horizon 4: Fortune Island revealed as first expansion

First Forza expansion hits in December We`ve had our first look at the first expansion for Forza Horizon 4, and it comes in the form of Fortune Island! You can see the clip below that was shown off at X018 and explains a bit about what we can expect from the upcoming expansion, that will ..

Microsoft reveal two new studio acquisitions

Microsoft reveal two new studio acquisitions

Obsidian and inExile are part of the Microsoft family There was a rumor surfacing around before X018 that we were going to get the reveal of a new Microsoft Studios acquisition at the event, and that studio, was one of Obsidian Entertainment. Rumors were surfacing rife over Social Media, but tonight, we got the confirmation ..

PUBG is coming to Xbox Game Pass

PUBG is coming to Xbox Game Pass

PUBG and a ton of other games are coming to Game Pass Well, X018 is in full swing in Mexico, and we`ve had the highly anticipated Inside Xbox episode happen, and Game Pass certainly took a big portion of the headlines. It was revealed firstly that PUBG, Player Unknown Battlegrounds, would be joining the Xbox ..

Lego Harry Potter Collection: Xbox One Review

Lego Harry Potter Collection: Xbox One Review

Our Xbox One Review of LEGO Harry Potter Remaster, reimagining, reboot. We looked forward to this generation and once it began, we immediately looked back, and demanded all our old favourites make a comeback. The Harry Potter Collection didn’t immediately strike me as a candidate for a remaster; backwards compatibility seemed the more likely option ..

8 to Glory – Xbox One Review

8 to Glory – Xbox One Review

Our Xbox One Review of 8 to Glory There can be only one….. the immortal quote uttered in ‘The Highlander’ as someone gets their head lopped off. That’s only way I can sum up anyone trying to release a game involving any sort of cowboy anywhere near the release window of Red Dead Redemption 2 ..