Dirt Rally 2.0 Xbox One Review

Dirt Rally 2.0 Xbox One Review

RALLY RACING TO THE MAX: Yes, developed and published by Codemasters comes the mega realistic, car swerving, bumper bashing, rally raging racing game Dirt Rally 2.0. Do you have what it takes to race head to head and compete for international championships? Can you muster around the tight corners, dirt roads of the savannas of ..

Attack of the Earthlings – XBOX One Review

Attack of the Earthlings – XBOX One Review

Attack of the Earthlings is taking the usual tactical alien game and spinning it on its head. This time around you take control of the aliens and your planet is being invaded by exploring humans, the game takes the well-worn form of most other tactical strategy games that we likely have all had some form ..

Stellaris: Console Edition – Xbox One Review

Stellaris: Console Edition – Xbox One Review

Stellaris certainly sets the bar high despite there not being a great deal of competition for a strategy sim in the console market.  With its fully immersive world full of options to take the game in lots of different directions, no two games are likely to be the same.  Stellaris is space sim in what ..

The King`s Bird – Xbox One Review

The King`s Bird – Xbox One Review

Our Xbox One Review of The King`s Bird I don’t think I`ve played a game for a long time, that has looked visually stunning and sounds incredible, yet, be incredibly frustrated with it. Away from the main AAA games, it`s quite rare I come across an ID title that looks and feels amazing, but I ..

Degrees of Separation – XBOX One Review

Degrees of Separation – XBOX One Review

Recently I’ve played quite a few games with varying implementations of controlling two characters working together, there have been varying degrees of success and very different approaches to the style. Degrees of Separation takes the form of a puzzle game where your two controllable characters work together, Ember and Rime, Ember’s world takes the form ..

Awesome Pea – Xbox One Review

Awesome Pea – Xbox One Review

Our Xbox One Review of Awesome Pea It`s not often that I come across a game that awfully frustrates the hell out of me. Most games offer a good challenge and as a gamer that`s something that I want. I want a game that isn`t going to be too easy and is something that is ..

Spike Volleyball – Xbox One Review

Spike Volleyball – Xbox One Review

Despite their being a massive appetite for sports games in the console market, the money from developers all seems to be concentrated at the very top end of the genre.  Football, Basketball, NFL and Ice Hockey all have big budget titles that shift millions of units, but there the investment drops off.  Sports with massive ..

Metro Exodus – Xbox One Review

Metro Exodus – Xbox One Review

Leaving the dirty and claustrophobic confines of the Russian subway system in Metro Exodus for the first time is an eye opening experience. It’s one of the most impressive transitions I’ve experienced in a video game. The world beyond the Metro system is bathed in a blinding coating of snow and ice and on the ..

Access Denied Xbox One Review

Access Denied Xbox One Review

THE DIGITAL RUBIK’S CUBE GAME: Developed by Stately Snail and published by Ratalaika Games comes the brain stretching 3D-puzzle game: Access Denied. Methodically challenge yourself as you solve the puzzles of these riddle boxes that pose ever challenging the higher the level you are on. Are you up to the challenge? First off, let me ..

Crackdown 3 – XBOX One Review

Crackdown 3 – XBOX One Review

Crackdown 3 is surely one of the longest ‘in development’ games that we have ever seen, people have been talking about this one for a very long time. Now I only played the original Crackdown when it came to backward compatibility and really enjoyed my time with it, it even looked better on the One ..

Evoland Legendary Edition – XBOX One Review

Evoland Legendary Edition – XBOX One Review

Evoland: Legendary Edition contains Evoland 1 and 2 which I had previously had no exposure to, off into uncharted territory I trotted starting with Evoland 1. The first game in the series shocked me when I first fired it up and saw the equivalent of Gameboy black and white graphics on my screen, the novelty ..

Almost There: The Platformer – Xbox One Review

Almost There: The Platformer – Xbox One Review

Why is this so hard? The premise of Almost There: The Platformer is simple get to the end of each level and touch a shining beacon. Simple right? Well think again because the developers at The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild want you to suffer in your journey as you negotiate your way around a series of increasingly complex ..