XBOX ONE Reviews

Open spaces: Hitman: Episode Two review

by 2 days ago

In its first episode, Hitman shot itself in the foot. In its second, it’s learning to walk again. With its second entry, titled “World of Tomorrow,” Hitman offers a bigger …

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Fun with Morphemes – Letter Quest Remastered: Grimm’s Journey review

by 3 weeks ago

Death wants Pizza. For some reason, the denizens of the local cemetery, castles, and forests want to stop him from enjoying his favorite pie, and he and his female reaper …

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Mechanical machinations: Fallout 4 Automatron review

by 3 weeks ago

Fallout 4’s Automatron DLC does one thing extremely well: it embraces the childhood fantasy of building your own super-powered robot and unleashing it upon hordes of enemies. And in this …

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A time-bender where choices matter — Quantum Break review

by 4 weeks ago

When Remedy Entertainment hits, they hit hard. Max Payne was fantastic, Alan Wake sent shivers up our spines, and now the studio has delivered their most ambitious game to date. …

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A lot in a little — Hitman: Episode One review

by 2 months ago

Ironically, it is its size that both benefits and hinders Hitman. Taking an episodic format, the recent entry into the long-running Hitman series aims to deliver a AAA experience in …

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“Child’s play” – Wondershot review

by 2 months ago

Wondershot feels like it comes from a different time. It’s offline-only, meant to be played with friends in the same room, has extremely simple gameplay and is best played in …

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Ready your Rasengans – Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Review

by 2 months ago

Like other game series which have clearly locked into their identity, (I’m looking at you Warriors titles) the Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm franchise rarely attempts to reinvent the wheel …

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“Highway to the garden zone” – Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 review

by 2 months ago

The plants have lost their fight against the zombies, and Zomboss rules “Zomburbia,” a dystopian undead paradise, in the wake of the war. Suddenly, the plants emerge from the ground …

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Riders of the Sun – Arslan: The Warriors of Legend review

by 3 months ago

I will always maintain that after years of faithful and predictable game releases, the Koei hack-n-slash legacy is something that can only be compared to itself. The boundaries it seeks …

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Enable your inner hoarder – Nyko Data Bank review

by 3 months ago

It's likely that, if you've owned one of the current generation consoles for more than a year, you may have run out of disk space. Data Bank, one of Nyko’s …

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Stop the Martian invasion – Fortified! review

by 3 months ago

Fortified!, a 1960’s sci-fi themed tower defense game made by Clapfoot, is at its essence a balancing act. A capable third-person shooter combined with the strategy of placing defensive structures, …

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A little less than bewitched — Rise of the Tomb Raider: Baba Yaga review

by 3 months ago

Though last year’s Rise of the Tomb Raider wrapped with a satisfying conclusion and a cliffhanger for events to come, there’s still a great deal to do in the massive …

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