I started my journey with Stories: The Path of Destinies expecting a run of the mill platform adventure… how wrong I was. Stories takes the form of a very light RPG adventure mixed in with a storybook which allows you to choose your path through by making decisions at points through your run in the ..
Our Xbox One Review of Rico I always love a good shooter. Whether that`s a FPS or a TPS I normally find myself indulged in any of them and on the whole quite enjoy them. There have been some that I have really enjoyed, both in the form of ID and AAA and some that ..
Our Xbox One Review of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. You know, something that incredibly stood out for me last year when the game was revealed, and yes, it looked fantastic, and yes, I was excited to for it to come around, but the thing that stood out for me, was the ..
I was very taken with The Division when it first launched back in March 2016 but was saddened by the broken nature of the whole experience, standing waiting to login to a laptop in a queue in a virtual world was an experience that would stay with me for a long time. Fast forward 6 ..
My immediate thought when playing Hammerwatch for the first time was “Hello Gauntlet my old friend” and that’s no bad thing. Gauntlet played a big part in my childhood as I spent every waking moment down my local arcade playing it’s legendary four player co-op and Hammerwatch promises that and more but can it deliver ..
Its been a while but quirky aliens Toejam & Earl are back, still funking that 90’s groove of theirs. They first appeared way back in 1991 in a rogue -like caper on the Sega Megadrive, and built up a decent fan-base over three games, the last outing of which was on the Xbox in 2002. ..
Our Xbox One Review of Blood Waves Survival wave games. You either love them or you hate them. I quite enjoy a good survival wave game, whether that`s as a standalone title or a add-on like Zombies in the Call of Duty games, I quite enjoy them. Being a big lover of the Zombie add-on ..
THERE IS SOMETHING TERRIBLY WRONG WITH THIS COUNTRY ISN’T THERE? From developers White Paper Games and publishers Humble Bumble comes the enticing new first-person investigative thriller, The Occupation. Set in North West England in an 80s Britain in a politically divided time, you play an inquisitive journalist set with trying to prevent perhaps the single ..
I and Me is a new puzzler that was initially released on Steam and Nintendo Switch and now making its Xbox outing published by Ratalaika games, Indie Developer Wish Fang have put together another platform puzzler in a similar vein to a few other games I have tried over the last 12 months. The basic ..
Crimson Keep is first person roguelike dungeon crawler, it reminds me of some fairly old games where you could see your hands and weapons in front of you, the camera seems like it is stuck to the front of what would be you only you have no arms just floating hands. What we have here ..
Artifex Mundi have garnered a reputation for producing quality games of a certain genre, so if you like hidden object puzzle games and see this developer is behind a title, you expect something of superior quality. Its with these high expectations I took on Queen’s Quest 2: Stories of Forgotten Past. This games predecessor never ..
STRESS SIMULATOR 2019: Published and developed by Pixelakes comes the intriguingly complex puzzle action adventure game: Treasure Stack. In this tetris style, 2D action game: your ability to think quickly and on-your-toes is a must, as piles upon piles of chests are thrown your way. It is up to you to capture and unlock as ..