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Indie gaming takes flight on Xbox One

by 5 days 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 3 weeks 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 1 month 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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Delivering in a big way – we review Titanfall

by 1 month ago

Titanfall. The game that will fix the lagging Xbox One system sales. The game that will replace Call of Duty and take its shooter crown. The game that tops everyone’s …

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I know the pieces fit – The LEGO Movie Videogame

by 2 months ago

“Movie tie-in game” - feel like running away yet? Sure, there are the occasional gems that squeak through, but in general terms games that spring from (and are directly related) …

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Dead and loving it — Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare review

by 2 months ago

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is endearing on so many levels. This isn’t exactly a surprise, considering PopCap’s track record. From Peggle to Zuma, from Bookworm Adventures to Bejeweled, each …

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Operation Broken Eagle lands in DR3′s Los Perditos

by 2 months ago

Dead Rising 3 is arguably the best exclusive game to come out of the Xbox One launch. While it doesn't boast the best graphics or any strict adherence to physics …

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Driven around the bend – Forza Motorsport 5

by 3 months ago

Despite a long history of gradual improvements, the  racing genre doesn't always reflect the real-world track life: there is one winner, and dozens of losers. Not so on the track …

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“Abandon Your Sense and Enjoy the Ride” – Lococycle

by 3 months ago

Twisted Pixel has earned something of a reputation for giving us some of the most bizarre games ever made. Lococycle, their most recent creation for the Xbox One, is no …

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He ain’t heavy – Max: The Curse of Brotherhood

by 4 months ago

Born to PC and WiiWare , Press Play’s character Max of Max and the Magic Marker was a well-received 2010 Windows Phone 7 game that eventually made it to iOS. …

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Fighter Within? We’d be better Without.

by 4 months ago

In the seventh console generation we saw an increased focus on motion controls, but the hardware just wasn’t capable of the 1:1 translation from movement to screen that gamers would …

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The Ryse and fall of the Roman Empire

by 4 months ago

Ryse: Son of Rome was originally announced in 2010 as Codename: Kingdoms, and was slated to be a Kinect game for the Xbox 360. As the game developed, Microsoft likely …

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