Category Archives: Xbox

Cuphead Xbox One Review

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Intense boss fights, limited health and one hell of a difficulty curve combined with a 1930’s art style makes Cuphead one of the best games of 2017 which you can simultaneously hate at the exact same time. Gameplay Cuphead is developed by Studio MDHR and is essentially a run and gun style of game that focuses itself around continuous boss Continue Reading...

Forza Motorsport 7 Xbox One Review

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Forza Motorsport is well known as the best racing experience out there today across all platforms and is one that defines the racing genre.  Each year Turn 10 manages to improve on the previous version with ease and Forza Motorsport 7 is certainly no exception to that rule.  There is a lot here that is familiar to fans of the Continue Reading...

N++ Review

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Metanet Software have had increased success over the years with their games N and N+. These basic looking games have received both enjoyment and rage from fans and continue to do so even to this day with numerous awards granted. Recently the third edition N++ was released on Xbox One following its earlier availability on PC and PS4. I’m keen Continue Reading...

NBA 2K18 Xbox One Review

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As another year rolls around on the sporting calendar, as does the annual release of every sports franchise known to man. Over the last five years there have been three sporting titles that have ruled the roost, FIFA, NBA 2K and Madden. Of the three series only FIFA has had any form of competition as NBA Live swung in limbo Continue Reading...

Project Cars 2 Review

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Two years ago, Project Cars came screeching into our games libraries, arriving with critical appeal and reasonable fanfare. It was an excellent representation of motorsport, an unrelenting simulation that focused on precision driving which was not for everyone, but heavenly for simulation fans. Slightly Mad Studios poured years of passion and experience into Project Cars and it showed, with lovely Continue Reading...

Destiny 2 Review

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Bungie returns with their own universe, Destiny. While a massive improvement from the first vanilla release, there’s still areas to improve. Those are far outnumbered by the improvements they’ve made.  There’s plenty to keep you busy, exploring, and fighting. While still early days, there’s enough here to keep you busy. Gameplay This time round Destiny gives us the Red Legion, Continue Reading...

ARK: Survival Evolved Review

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It has been a long time coming but ARK: Survival Evolved has finally been officially released. I doubt anyone could have expected the final release to be as comprehensive as what we have received. There is so much for players who haven’t experienced it yet but what about the veterans who have been with it from the start? What can Continue Reading...

Conan Exiles Review

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Conan the Barbarian, it is the movie that put Arnold Schwarzenegger on the Hollywood map, and a film that rests firmly in my childhood memories. Yes, I watched it as a youngster, the violence, the nudity, I was punching well above my years but the memories are fond. Fast forward 25 years (wow, really) and we now see the Conan Continue Reading...

Aven Colony Xbox One Review

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Economy, colony building is something that I do enjoy. Every so often it’s nice to be able and sit back and not need to worry about coming under attack. Simply balancing input and output, answering the needs, basic and complex of those in the colony. You do not only that here, but go through a reasonably well written story in Continue Reading...

The Golf Club 2 Xbox One Review

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Golf is a hit and miss sport, some love it, some hate it. But for those who do enjoy a game here and there, it is generally a good experience being out in nature working on your technique, others are pure frustration. With the number of sports simulation games, it is great to see one developer and publisher who gives Continue Reading...

Cars 3: Driven to Win Xbox One Review

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Ka-chow! Lightning McQueen is back in the third instalment of Cars titled Driven to Win.  But can this ageing racer take the trophy once again, or is the competition just too tough to beat? Gameplay Cars 3: Driven to Win picks up after the end of Cars 2 and that final race we all truly remember.  All of your favourites Continue Reading...

Minecraft: Adventure Time Mashup Pack

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Minecraft DLC packs have and continue to allow players to customise their game with Character packs as well as fully themed worlds. The latest addition to the market is the Adventure Time Mash-up Pack. Gameplay One of the great features of Minecraft is the ability to change your character’s appearance into the likeness of characters from other games, movies, or Continue Reading...

Forza Horizon 3: Hot Wheels Expansion Review

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For the first time in years there is a DLC add on for a game that has totally exceeded my expectations.  Its fast, furious and filled with upside down racing and high octane.  This is the Hot Wheels expansion for Forza Horizon 3 and its exceptional. Gameplay I must admit I was on the fence prior to the release of Continue Reading...

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...