Our Xbox One Review of Zerotopian Invasion Zerotopian Invasion is a fixed screen shooter, in the style of classic shooters like Space Invaders, Galaga and Galaxian. Has Zerotopian Invasion made a good representation of those Classic games or is it another modern retro failure? Zerotopian Invasion takes place in the galaxy of F-1, the Zerotopian ..
If you’re looking for a fun fast party game for all the family that doesn’t take itself too seriously, developers Juicy Cupcake think they have the game for you, but it Brief Battles full of underwear powered fun, or is it just pants? This multiplayer platformer is a game packed with silliness as you play ..
Iron Snout is a fighting game with a slight difference. You play one of the little piggies fighting against endless hordes of wolves looking to kill you by any means necessary, the biggest difference is that you stay central on the screen and you can’t move around the level other than jumping, crouching and attacking. ..
Our Xbox One Review of Mortal Kombat 11 I remember spending a fair bit of time playing Mortal Kombat X a lot, and really enjoying it, and I`ve never been one for the button mashing, combo-creating fighting games. However, Mortal Kombat was the franchise that made me fall in love with them. I`ve played a ..
Our Xbox One Review of Super Weekend Mode On the outside Super Weekend Mode looks and sounds like a video game transported through time, one that should not have a place on the Xbox One, however 5 minutes into this game and you can’t help but feel that air of nostalgia of all those years ..
World of Tanks never really seemed to grab my attention despite giving it a couple of brief visits, when World of Warships first launched on the PC I dabbled and was pleasantly surprised at how much it sucked me in so when World of Warships: Legends was announced for Xbox I was quite happy. Looking ..
Our Xbox One Review of Black Paradox Black Paradox is a Rogue-like shump from the developers Fantastico studios. The game combines the RNG elements of a Rogue-like with the face paced action of a Shump into something, one can only be described as a bullet and death hell. The story for this game is simple. ..
KILL OR BE KILLED: Developed by One More Level and published by Techland Publishing, comes the awesomely divine gory arcade shooter game, God’s Trigger. Join the forces of good to overcome evil and kill your foes with a speed only God can match. Can you match the speed and skill required to eliminate your foes? ..
Real time strategy games are having a bit of a resurgence these days, but apart from a couple of exceptions, never really translate well to consoles, as the menu and icon heavy systems involved are always easier to navigate on a PC with mouse and keyboard. Warparty picks a subject that should be fun to ..
World War Z the movie was a bit of a mixed bag, it started well and kind of lost its way towards the end so I was quite interested how the licence has been used for the game. Anybody who played Left 4 Dead or its sequel will feel quite a home here, this is ..
Our Xbox One Review of Truberbrook I`d be lying if I said I had played many click and point games on Xbox. The game style that you would stereotypically associate with PC is not something that I`ve had to much experience with. I do enjoy the Telltale, games, and I guess in a way they ..
TAKE AIM, STEADY…PLOT THOSE BALLS: Yes, from developer Lab42 and publisher Ripstone comes the amazingly precision based sport game, Snooker 19. Can you take on the snooker legends? Go head to head with snooker masters such as Ronnie O’Sullivan and Mark Williams. Can you work your way up to becoming a snooker pro? Precision is ..