Category Archives: Xbox

Cities: Skylines Review

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One of the first city building games to appear on the console that I know, Cities: Skylines is a well developed title. Perhaps in comparison to the PC release, more of an introduction. Don’t hold this against it, it’s so simple to get started. Mastery is hard, especially with the more advanced features, creating districts and the city’s policies you Continue Reading...

Dreamfall Chapters Review

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1999’s The Longest Journey is renowned as one of the greatest adventure games ever created. A point and click adventure, The Longest Journey was set in two parallel universes, the magical Arcadia, and the industrial world of Stark. Players were able to shift between these universes and tasked with restoring the balance and peace to the worlds. In 2006 a Continue Reading...

Minecraft Glide Mini Game & Season Pass Review

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Minecraft has come a long way since its reveal back in 2009, with many additions, upgrades and changes. Now, it is time to jump back in and experience something a little different and add a bit of competitiveness for you and your friends with the new Minecraft Glide Mini Game. Gameplay It is no secret that I was dragged into Continue Reading...

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 Review

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The title of this game given away exactly what it is about. You can be a sniper, a ghost and a warrior in the expanse of Georgia. Plenty of missions await you and your choice how to complete them is actually left in your hands. The sniping is good, testing your ability to lead a target, measure the wind and Continue Reading...

Yooka-Laylee Review

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Yooka-Laylee is the latest platforming game that aims to revitalise the 3D platforming genre from decades now past.  Does Yooka-Laylee succeed in delivering a brilliant platformer that can rival the likes of Banjo-Kazooie, or does it fall short of the glory RARE was known for in the 90’s? Gameplay Before we begin, I must point out that many reviews of Continue Reading...

LEGO City Undercover Review

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LEGO City Undercover is by far one of the best LEGO games that I’ve played to date. That’s a tall order especially when titles such as LEGO Harry Potter and LEGO Lord of the Rings are backed by massive movie franchises.  LEGO City Undercover is the first LEGO title that’s not emulating a movie and is entirely fresh, and works Continue Reading...

Lego Worlds Xbox One Review

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Building block games have been an enormous success ever since Minecraft was revealed to the world back in 2009. It has quite commonly been referred to as Lego-like. So, it makes sense that we actually get an actual Lego building game, well that time is now and we can start our own Lego cities in Lego Worlds. Gameplay Even though Continue Reading...

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Xbox One Review

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With an impressive string of games under their belt already, it was going to be a big task to wow fans of Tom Clancy’s titles with a new game that exceeds all others. Now is the time for us all to get a taste of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Gameplay I have played a number of games under the Continue Reading...

Introducing Xbox Game Pass: Unlimited Access to More Than 100 Games

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Today, the Xbox team announced a new gaming subscription service called Xbox Game Pass, which gives you unlimited access to more than 100 games for $10.95 AUD a month. Xbox Game Pass is available in Preview for select markets today and will launch to the broader community later this spring. Xbox Game Pass began rolling out to select Insider members Continue Reading...

Chime Sharp Xbox One Review

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It’s surprising to think how long it’s been since I played my first video game containing only blocks. Tetris holds a valuable place in many gamers’ history and this is clear with the many variations that have been released since. Chime Sharp is the latest game that brings new experiences and challenges to the classic. Gameplay Chime Sharp is the Continue Reading...