XBOX ONE Reviews

A thrilling throwback: Yooka-Laylee review

by 2 weeks ago

On paper, Yooka-Laylee achieves everything it sets out to do. It’s fun, full of life, and a successful homage to the golden age of Nintendo 64-era 3D platformers. Essentially, it …

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Mired in mediocrity: Vikings—Wolves of Midgard review

by 2 weeks ago

I had my first experience with Vikings—Wolves of Midgard last year. Although my time with the game was limited, there were some key areas in need of tweaking. Even for …

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Just two gruff military hardened dudes sitting in an elevator – Bulletstorm: Full Clip edition review

by 3 weeks ago

Way back in 2011, when Bulletstorm saw its first release, I thought of the game as nothing more than a way to get my hands on a demo for Gears …

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Inside Out And All Over the Place: The Inner World Review

by 1 month ago

Playing The Inner World is a frustrating experience. This isn’t just because it suffers from an amateur lack of polish, but because even when the level design is unforgivably nonsensical, …

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Strategy-lite, filthy casual’s delight: Halo Wars 2 review

by 2 months ago

Halo Wars 2, in many ways, picks up right where the original Halo Wars left off. The story jumps forward through slip space 28 years and straight into the current …

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Welcome to the family, son: Resident Evil 7 review

by 3 months ago

Resident Evil 7 is simultaneously the biggest departure, and the most classic addition, that the iconic horror series has seen in a long time. It is at times more modern …

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Thrustmaster TMX Force Feedback wheel review

by 4 months ago

As an avid player of racing games, I always appreciated the novelty of the low-end plastic racing wheels and pedals that started becoming available as I was growing up. I …

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Steep Review: Fast and Flurrious

by 4 months ago

The mountains are icy white — the clouds wool grey — and at times, sunlight breaks through the dark veil like a spotlight on the forbidding cliffs that whirl below …

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Hell hath fury: Furi review

by 5 months ago

Updated on 12.5.16 for launch on Xbox One There are few games that have ever kicked my ass as much as Furi. I consider myself to be a fairly talented …

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Merry Christmassacre: Dead Rising 4 review

by 5 months ago

Sometimes logic is overrated. You could seek out a video game that’s grounded in reality with deep characters and a compelling narrative, but sometimes you just want to dress up …

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Gas Guzzlers Extreme Review: Hell on wheels

by 6 months ago

Gas Guzzlers Extreme is an uninvited guest at the party of excellent current-gen racing games. Is it playable? Sure. But it shouldn’t warrant your attention when just about any other …

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Control your cord conundrum – Nyko Charge Block Duo review

by 6 months ago

I’ve got a cord problem. Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PSVR, PS Move, Rocksmith guitar cords, Rock Band legacy adapters - everything I own wants to consume at least one USB …

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