XBOX ONE Reviews

Great gameplay returns, but game changing feature still missing — FIFA 15 review

by 5 days ago

The FIFA series is far and away the most popular sports series in the world. While that is obviously a positive, it means eyes shift directly toward the series come …

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Forza Horizon 2 – easily the best racer I’ve played in the last decade

by 5 days ago

I like Forza Horizon 2 more than I like Forza Motorsport. I know, it’s all sorts of high treason, but the team at Playground Games have captured the type of …

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Dance Central Spotlight – Once again the best reason to own a Kinect

by 4 weeks ago

There are more than a few companies asking you to buy their previous-gen games again for your shiny new console. Call ‘em HD Remakes if you want, but it does …

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External Hard drives and Next-Gen – how the WD My Book makes for better gameplay

by 2 months ago

4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 250GB, and now 500GB.  Let’s be honest here, game consoles are very, very far behind the PC in terms of storage capacity.  When games like The Last …

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Dis-Kinected : Sports Rivals sets the bar too low.

by 3 months ago

If you’re one of the millions of owners of the Xbox One console, you might find it odd that the Kinect camera has barely any motion control games. Though It’s …

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Worms Battlergrounds Review

by 4 months ago

The Worms Series started nearly twenty years ago and spans more than 20 titles available on nearly every platform along the way, so it’s a safe bet that if you’re …

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Super TIME Force Review

by 5 months ago

I’m a huge fan of time-travel, puns, and 8-bit gaming, and it’s not very often that those three things come together. So when I started playing Super Time Force, a …

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Child of Light Review

by 5 months ago

It only took a few minutes of playing Child of Light for me to realize that Ubisoft Montreal had created something great. Utilizing the UbiArt Framework engine, the engine used …

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An Expected Journey – LEGO The Hobbit Review

by 5 months ago

LEGO games have been a staple in the gaming world for a long time now, to the point where I find myself more surprised when a major motion picture DOESN’T …

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Indie gaming takes flight on Xbox One

by 6 months ago

From humble Kickstarter beginnings, Strike Suit Zero has come a long way. Originally available for PC and reviewed by our own David Roberts, it has become the first self-published title …

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Dead Rising 3 season … pass?

by 6 months ago

Los Perdidos is a dangerous place, and developer Capcom Vancouver was thinking ahead when they planned out their extra content. From the cell phone / SmartGlass integration in Dead Rising …

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Obsessive toy purchasing extends to Xbox One

by 7 months ago

Did you take the plunge into the next-generation consoles with an Xbox One, and are looking to play the market leader in toys-as-peripherals? Skylanders: Swap Force was the first (and …

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