Category Archives: XONE

LEGO Harry Potter: Collection Xbox One Review

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The LEGO Harry Potter Collection combines two of the previous Harry Potter titles into one convenient package, and it’s now available for the Xbox One.  Featuring LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and Years 5-7, you can rest assured the entire Harry Potter franchise is taken care of right here. Gameplay Like all LEGO games each are based on a franchise Continue Reading...

NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 Xbox One Review

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NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 joins the lineup of basketball games keeping those who enjoy the game, but choose not to get off the couch, entertained. Gameplay I have not previously played the earlier title, and considering I spent some time in NBA 2K titles, as well as being a big fan of NBA Jam, I was keen to get my Continue Reading...

LEGO DC Super-Villains Xbox One Review

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LEGO DC Super-Villains is the latest instalment in a very long line of LEGO based games.  Does it have the guts to try something new or is it more of the same tried and trusted formula? Gameplay As a true fan of LEGO games, I am always pleased to play the latest release and today its LEGO DC Super-Villains.  Super Continue Reading...

The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour

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Over the last couple of years, The Golf Club has firmly set itself amongst the big guns of sports games and again, it returns with a new and improved version – The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour. Gameplay Being a part-time player and veteran of computer golf games, I have been nothing but impressed with The Golf Club games. Continue Reading...

Forza Horizon 4 Review

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Forza Horizon is certainly the most desirable racing title amongst car enthusiasts this generation and this year’s entry is sure to impress with over 450 cars from over 100 manufacturers.  Add to that an ever changing world that incorporates four truly amazing seasons and you are in for an amazing ride.  So let’s strap in, fire up your engines and Continue Reading...

No Man’s Sky Xbox One Review

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Hello Games has finally released No Man’s Sky on Xbox One following the original PS4 just under 2 years ago. This game has had more than its share of criticism since the original launch but much has changed and I’m keen to see if it was worth the wait. Gameplay No Man’s Sky and its fame has been a rollercoaster Continue Reading...

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 PC & Xbox One Review

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Vermintide II comes in with not just the promise of rat killing, but the hordes of Chaos as well. Both are here in massive numbers, waiting for blade, bow and gun. Not only do they keep that promise, but they’re more levels, more to the characters than before and most importantly, plenty of tools for you to use in thinning Continue Reading...

Bomber Crew Xbox One Review

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Bomber Crew is an odd release and it’s definitely one you should check out. Commanding a crew of a Lancaster in WW2, you have a variety of missions to guide your crew through. Some bombing, some against the u-boat threat, some to drop supplies to friendly pilots. All of which you take through with your bomber. Gameplay This game has Continue Reading...

The Crew 2 Xbox One Review

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Racing games have always been an enjoyable game type, whether it be for quick, random bursts or for an extended session. Following on the success of The Crew, Ubisoft has released The Crew 2 with more race types and even more vehicles to use on your way to the top. Gameplay The Crew 2 is certainly a jump ahead of Continue Reading...

LEGO The Incredibles Xbox One Review

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With the release of The Incredibles 2 into our cinemas, it was no surprise to see an accompanying game released at a similar time. It also comes as no surprise that the game would be a LEGO themed game as well. So, does LEGO The Incredibles deserve its place amongst the growing lineup of LEGO games? Gameplay With an extensive Continue Reading...

Dark Souls: Remastered Xbox One Review

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This is perhaps the third console I’ve played this game and its remained true to its first release. Each time it’s been released it has been tweaked, this is by far the most tweaked and refined it has been. With the new hardware, it’s only gotten better. Gameplay Live, confront the many creatures, get in over your head and then Continue Reading...

State of Decay 2 Xbox One Review

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Civilisation has fallen and the dead now roam the streets and every day is a battle to survive.  It’s been a year since the outbreak and there is no one around to save the people, even the military can’t help.  It’s up to you to build your team of survivors and to do exactly that, survive. Gameplay State of Decay Continue Reading...

Bombslinger Xbox One Review

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Revenge, fires, bombs, explosions in the Old West. That is the shortest summary I could give to Bombslinger, but it works, if only for a while. Start, die, repeat is the other theme here. Gameplay The first thing to learn about this game is that timing is everything. Your bombs have a very clear and consistent fuse. Learning that makes Continue Reading...

X-Morph Defense & European Assault DLC Xbox One Review

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Tower Defense games have been hit and miss over the years. There have been a handful of really successful titles though and had great success. Although when you consider it, most don’t vary the game model, they don’t try something new. X-Morph Defense is one that does dare to break the bounds of regular gameplay and I’m keen to find Continue Reading...

A Way Out Xbox One Review

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Co-op games have always been a hit and miss experience over the years with some games succeeding whilst others failed miserably.  A Way Out does co-op in a way I haven’t seen before that truly will change the way you view co-op games forever. This is A Way Out. Gameplay I first remember seeing the trailer and gameplay footage for Continue Reading...

Surviving Mars Xbox One Review

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Once again it’s a trip to one of neighbours, the planet Mars. Red, dusty and ready to be colonised, if you’re able to find the resources to do it. Managing drones and repairs, finally bringing in colonists, it takes time to develop. Just like this game needs a little more polish. Gameplay Another game that takes you to Mars. Rather Continue Reading...

Burnout Paradise Remastered Xbox One Review

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Burnout Paradise Remastered is back on our modern supercharged consoles with 4K visuals and a blistering 60fps, however is it enough to get your motor running? Gameplay Burnout Paradise was developed by the amazing team over at Criterion Games who brought us the entire Burnout series.  I remember playing the first Burnout title on the day the Nintendo GameCube launched Continue Reading...

Far Cry 5 Xbox One Review

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I am super excited to be finally playing Far Cry 5. This new title released by Ubisoft aims to be the best Far Cry yet. I was lucky enough to get an early hands-on experience back in October last year, you can find my impressions of that here.  Now I have the game to experience in its entirety. Can Far Cry Continue Reading...

Life Is Strange: Before The Storm Xbox One Review

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Life Is Strange has to be one of my favourite episodic games due to its captivating story, art style and soundtrack. With the release of Life Is Strange: Before The Storm, the prequel to the first game, this game would not disappoint. Gameplay I’m going to start this with my thoughts on episodic games. I have a love/hate relationship with Continue Reading...

Sea of Thieves Xbox One Review

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As a young child I always wanted to explore the seas and be the captain of the ship and make my younger brother walk the plank.  Whether it was the freedom to do what I wanted or to seek treasures and jewels from lands once forgotten, the desire to be a pirate was always strong.  Sea of Thieves is all Continue Reading...