We might not be getting another Portal game, but fear not, as you’ll be pleased to learn GLaDOS lives on in the crossover title Bridge Constructor Portal from Headup Games. Bridge Constructor has been around since 2012, first appearing as a game for smartphones and tablets, and this edition has a similar graphical style to ..
Our Xbox One Review of Inferno 2+ I always like a game that is simplistic, fun, and cheap at the same time, and I think I may have found one. If you’re like me, I have found myself over the past few years really getting into twin-stick shooters. I use to hate the idea of ..
Our Xbox One Review of Yaga Have you ever heard the Slavic fairy tales? Neither had I until I stepped into the world of Yaga. Yaga created by breadcrumb studios, weaves RPG and Puzzle elements into a wonderfully crafted environment and storyline. You play as Ivan the portly blacksmith who through no fault of his ..
One look at Woven and you’ll be struck by its charm, with cute characterisation and a beautiful environment, so I was looking forward to seeing how it stood up on gameplay. Developed by Alterego, this game began with a Kickstarter campaign back in 2016, and now its finally come to fruition as a family friendly ..
The first thing that needs to be mentioned here is that Football Game is not a football game in any shape or form. In reality, Cloak and Dagger Games have brought us a very retro point and click adventure that is very light on actual content. Back in the olden days of the 1980’s this ..
I have found myself in the past really enjoying two different genre types, especially when it comes to games. I always do enjoy a good FMV game, and although the concept of an FMV is dead simple, I always do enjoy playing and watching through a game as if I was watching a film. And ..
Our Xbox One Review of Avicii Invector I always do like a game that manages to mix a few different things together. I used to love back in the day games such as Guitar Hero and Rock Band, where I could spend hours playing through different songs with my guitar or the drum kit you ..
Since restarting my role as a reviewer on AbsoluteXbox, I’ve remembered how much indie developers are willing to try new things. It’s difficult for AAA games to stray too far from the path of the norm, due to the requirement to make big sales due to the big budget nature of their developments. If you’re ..
Our Xbox One review of Sparklite When I first saw the trailer for Sparklite, my first reaction was to reminisce about how good the old top-down Zelda games were. Getting my hands on the game, I was a little concerned that I’d spend the whole time comparing the two… credit to Red Blue Games, Sparklite ..
Our Xbox One Review of Deep Space Rush I always do love a game that’s simple, easy and sometimes although basic, is quite good fun. Over the past few days, I’ve had the chance to get to play through a new title that comes from the publishing arm of Ratalaika Games, who are starting to ..
Our Xbox One Review of Valfaris Do you like old school Action platformers games..? You do! Then take a look at Valfaris the most Metal of all Action Platformers Valfaris is from developers Steel Mantis who are Unity Award finalists Valfaris is a retro inspired 2-D action platformer that aims more towards the Dark Souls ..
Upon receiving Race With Ryan for review, my first thought was “who’s Ryan?” A small enthusiastic looking young boy popped up on the title screen, so I assumed that must be Ryan, but the question remained “Who the hell is Ryan?”. A internet search later confirmed my suspicion that I may not be in the ..