XBOX ONE Reviews

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

by 7 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 8 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 8 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 9 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 9 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 9 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 9 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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Grab an axe as we take a swing at Dead Rising 3

by 10 months ago

When writing a review, timing can mean everything. Consider playing a game that almost no one has, besides those lucky enough to have hands-on with preview/review content. Your direction is …

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