XBOX ONE Reviews

Borderlands: The Handsome Collection – “Victory Lap Edition”

by 5 months ago

I don’t think that there are many gamers who still haven’t played Borderlands yet, so I’ll keep this brief: Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel are two great games that …

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“A Hell of a Time” – DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition (XB1)

by 6 months ago

I was never much of a fan of the original Devil May Cry series, so when DmC: Devil May Cry rebooted the franchise in 2013, I was surprised to find …

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“Platforming Perfection” – Ori and the Blind Forest Review (XB1)

by 6 months ago

Five minutes into Moon Studios’ Ori and the Blind Forest, I knew it was something special--and I hadn’t even begun playing yet. The opening sequence is powerful, emotional, and comparable …

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“Under 9,000” – Dragon Ball Xenoverse Review (XB1)

by 6 months ago

Namco Bandai has been releasing Dragon Ball series games for almost as long as the series itself has been around. The manga debuted in 1985, and less than a year …

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GamerModz Custom Controller Review – a lesson in mods

by 6 months ago

Those of you who have been reading Gaming Trend for a while know I have very little love for third party controllers.  Microsoft and Sony spend millions developing each and …

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Worth the price of admission — ScreamRide Review

by 6 months ago

ScreamRide is a Microsoft exclusive title that has successfully fused the creative depth of Minecraft with the destructive, exhilarating gameplay of the Burnout series. After its debut at Gamescon 2014, …

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“I Fought the Law and I Won” – The Escapists Review – XB1

by 7 months ago

I’ve never been to prison before, but I like to think that if I ever do end up in the big house I’d at least be able to look forward …

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Evil Revisited — Resident Evil HD Remaster Review

by 7 months ago

It’s hard to believe that it has been almost 20 years since Resident Evil lurked onto the video game scene and completely redefined the survival horror genre.  There has been …

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The Day the Disco Died — Funk of the Titans Review

by 8 months ago

There are three basic ingredients that make a good platformer: solid controls, challenging levels and engaging design. You can read back through the catalog of classic platformers and find these …

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Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris – Tomb Raiding at its finest

by 9 months ago

Like all great myths, the story of Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris begins with betrayal and sibling rivalry.  So the legend goes, the God King Osiris and his …

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LEGO Batman 3 Beyond Gotham Review

by 9 months ago

Anyone who has played the LEGO video games over the years has probably noticed that each game has endeavored to be even bigger than the last. Whether they were pushing …

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PowerA Spectra Illuminated Controller Review

by 9 months ago

I’m not a huge fan of third party controllers.  There are a few companies that can do it right, but for every one of those there are ten that release …

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