XBOX ONE Reviews

Not a toy for tots — This War of Mine: The Little Ones review

by 3 months ago

This War of Mine: The Little Ones is a current-gen port of the original 2014 release, but with new missions and...children. It is a gritty look at the hardships civilians …

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Evil encore — Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster review

by 3 months ago

With the resurgence of remasters and re-releases in this industry, the survival horror genre has typically proven itself to hold up surprisingly well. Last year’s Resident Evil HD Remaster was …

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All the outs in free — Oxenfree review

by 4 months ago

The past weighs heavily on those who choose to bear it alone. Even on an island away from all the noise of life, in a youthful rite of passage on …

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Nyko Type Pad review – a big step forward, but at a cost

by 6 months ago

As I hold my Day One controller from my launch Xbox One, it occurs to me that it has been two years since I’ve been able to chat with my …

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I will rise, again and again — Rise of the Tomb Raider review

by 6 months ago

“When a child first catches adults out -- when it first walks into his grave little head that adults do not always have divine intelligence, that their judgments are not …

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“He wants a fight, Blue Team” – Halo 5: Guardians review

by 6 months ago

Myself and the other Spartans of Team Osiris are surrounded by Covenant enemies who are understandably pissed off about the recent misunderstanding we had with their comrades. I’ve got four …

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Guitar Hero Live Review – breathing new life into the music genre

by 6 months ago

Pandora, Google Music, Slacker, Netflix, Hulu -- the people have spoken. They are done waiting. While there are still hold-outs like me who still enjoy the benefits of physical ownership, …

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Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut brings incredible RPG depth to consoles

by 6 months ago

There are products that you can expect that you’ll never see a sequel. Whether the IP got gobbled up by a larger company, abandoned, or otherwise relegated to history, sometimes …

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Stay away, Coral! – The Escapists: The Walking Dead review

by 7 months ago

The Escapists: The Walking Dead takes the puzzle-RPG formula of the original game and soaks it in walker entrails. Robert Kirkman’s award-winning comic book series, The Walking Dead, is realized …

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Rock Band 4 review — back to basics for the band

by 7 months ago

Nearly every Sunday since the original Rock Band came out, my family gets together for dinner, a movie, and some clicky-plastic-instrument fun. Hundreds of songs, and nearly seven years later, …

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Explore the universe to scale – Elite: Dangerous (XB1) review

by 7 months ago

Have you ever gazed up at the stars and wondered what it’d be like travelling from system to system, hoping to see the wonders of the universe? Elite: Dangerous gives …

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“Magnets, how do they work?” – Magnetic: Cage Closed Review

by 7 months ago

Stop me when this starts to sound familiar: You are a female prisoner in a test facility that is run by a mysterious entity. You are given a gun that …

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