XBOX ONE Reviews

Creating with Kaos – Skylanders Imaginators

by 7 months ago

Over the years we have seen many different Skylanders games, and with every new game Toys for Bob studios tries to innovate with the player's experience. In the case of …

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The Fenix Awakens: Gears of War 4 review

by 7 months ago

Gears of War 4 is all about cocoons. There is a short monologue at the beginning of the game, where one of the characters describes her fascination with the transformative …

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Once More Unto the Breach, Dear Friends: XCOM 2 review

by 7 months ago

XCOM 2 is one of those games that you can continue coming back to, over and over (read our full review here). It’s just that good. Deep strategy balanced by …

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Guardians on the wall – Destiny: Rise of Iron review

by 7 months ago

If you read the comments written below any Destiny article, you're bound to find someone write, with enmity, "People still play this game?" Two years after the somewhat tumultuous launch …

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Take a walk: Dear Esther: Landmark Edition review

by 7 months ago

Having evolved from a Half Life 2 mod, Dear Esther is an immersive walking simulator that explores a mysterious island with an unnamed narrator and the little things he has …

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An incredible Aussie adventure – Forza Horizon 3

by 7 months ago

I called Forza Horizon 2 “Easily the best racer I’ve played in the last decade,” in my review, leaving Playground Games a tough act to follow. An incredible amount of …

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Unshockingly Awesome: The Bioshock Collection review

by 7 months ago

There’s always a lighthouse. Also, there’s always a remaster. The Bioshock series contains some of the most transformative titles in gaming, and possibly the most important games in the past …

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HardCore: ReCore review

by 8 months ago

I’ve never played a game quite like ReCore. At its heart, it’s a 3D platformer, but it’s also an open-world exploration game, and an RPG, and a third-person shooter. I …

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Coasting: NHL 17 review

by 8 months ago

After a disappointing outing in 2014, the NHL series got back on track last year. It revitalized the franchise by providing a great new on-ice trainer that helped new players …

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Jotun: Valhalla Edition Review

by 8 months ago

Jotun arouses the same sensation of reading a storybook before bedtime — it’s a passive experience that strings you along from cover to cover thanks to its beautiful presentation... save …

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Peaks and valleys: Valley review

by 8 months ago

The first 15 minutes of Valley are some of the most confusing moments I’ve ever experienced in a game. You find yourself waking up on an excluded island, discover strange …

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Changing a flat – Trials of the Blood Dragon review

by 9 months ago

Trials of the Blood Dragon continues the storyline found in Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, but instead of being a shooter it is at it’s core, this iteration brings forth …

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