Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Crew: Wild Run Xbox One Review

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The Crew: Wild Run is everything Need for Speed should have been mixed in with Forza Horizon making a combination that is a fun and enjoyable open-world racer. The new features of the Wild Run DLC for The Crew means the fun continues and players have even more to love. Gameplay Not only does The Crew grant you an in-depth Continue Reading...

Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut Xbox One Review

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Wasteland 2 is a remaster of a game that was released last year for PC and has now been bought to consoles as well. The game is set in a post apocalypse Arizona and was made by Deep Silver, the guys behind Saints Row IV. The game sees you play as a group of new recruits for the Desert Rangers Continue Reading...

Need for Speed Xbox One Review

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Need for Speed drifts back into stores with its new rebooted title. Is this new title a beautiful finely tuned entry for the long series of Need for Speed games, or is it simply a lemon in disguise of a once beloved IP? Gameplay First off out of the gate (or garage I guess) let me say that I am Continue Reading...

WWE 2K16 Xbox One Review

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WWE is back again for another round with its yearly title in WWE 2k16. Would this title be a big up from last year’s entry with small improvements or another mediocre title? This year’s 2K showcase looks seemingly to focus mainly on good old Stone Cold Steve Austin by showing us classic scenes from his legendary career as one of Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Ep 210: Xbox One dominates October

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Welcome to this week’s DJ Podcast and on today’s show we discuss all the news including Microsoft’s domination of the month of October with its sales of the Xbox One as well as securing the top spot for the biggest selling game, Halo 5 Guardians. We also take a look at Nintendo’s latest direct news including more Amiibo, a release Continue Reading...

COD: Black Ops 3 Xbox One Review

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The next in the Black Ops series and a good stand alone title. A well developed cyberpunk world, matched with detailed levels and freedom to move, leave a lot this game does right. Flaws however, still abound and were deeply frustrating. Gameplay Call of Duty is a shooter at its heart and this is truly on display here. A large Continue Reading...

Rise of the Tomb Raider Xbox One Review

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Lara Croft is back and must now explore the most treacherous and remote regions of Siberia in search of immortality.  Get ready for an action packed adventure that will see Lara use her wits and survival skills to conquer the ruthless organisation known as Trinity in this year’s biggest title, Rise of the Tomb Raider. Gameplay Rise of the Tomb Continue Reading...

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Xbox One Review

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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is the latest title in a rather long running series, and is easily an improvement from the previous in Unity. None of the technical issues and much stronger gameplay have brought this series back from a rather large dip. It’s worth your time and fans should be happy. Gameplay Murder, plain and simple is the core part Continue Reading...

The New Xbox One Experience Launches in 10 Days

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In just 10 days on November 12, your Xbox One will begin updating with the fastest and most social Xbox experience ever. And, you’ll be able to play Xbox 360 games on Xbox One at no additional cost. We’re delivering on some of the biggest requests you asked for – thanks for your continued input. The New Xbox One Experience Continue Reading...

Guitar Hero Live Xbox One Review

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In 2005, Guitar Hero brought a new genre of Music Rhythm games to home consoles and it was very successful. Now after a number of years, Guitar Hero is back with a new designed peripheral and a list of music that will have fans of the genre rocking out again. Gameplay With a massive 14 titles previously released, if you Continue Reading...

Life is Strange Xbox One Review

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Max Caulfield has experienced some life changing events leading her to make some major changes with her new ability. Can she right all the wrongs and return order to the town of Arcadia Bay? Gameplay What I love about episodic games is the seemingly basic game loaded with decisions for you to make that have some bearing at the time Continue Reading...

Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 2 Xbox One Review

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Telltale Games brings an early release of Minecraft: Story Mode episode 2 to continue the adventures of Jesse and friends in an attempt to save their world. Is this an answer to our requests for shorter waiting periods or is this a carrot on the end of a stick? Gameplay Minecraft: Story Mode – Assembly Required follows Jesse and his/her Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 209 – Thats ‘NO’ to backwards compatibility for PS4

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Welcome to this week’s DJ Podcast and on today’s show we discuss all the news including Sony’s very abrupt “No” to the current and future prospects for backwards compatibility on PS4. We also take a look at Nintendo’s bold predictions for its next system, plus Sony cans first party development for the PS Vita. Also on the show we review Continue Reading...