XBOX ONE Reviews

Unshockingly Awesome: The Bioshock Collection review

by 4 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 4 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 4 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 4 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 5 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 6 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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10 seconds of rage: 10 Second Ninja X review

by 6 months ago

Lately, I’ve had a thing for platformers. I was excited to try out 10 Second Ninja X, the sequel to 10 Second Ninja, because it’s done something unique with a …

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Caravan calamity: The Banner Saga 2 review

by 7 months ago

“Bleak” is a great word to describe the world of The Banner Saga. The sun has stopped setting, the apocalypse is coming, and people are dying all around the player. …

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Don’t read more: Inside review

by 7 months ago

Silence is one of the most effective tools in a composer’s arsenal. It’s contrasting, empty, vacuumous -- in the right hands, silence sings as loud as a full horns section. …

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The Technomancer review

by 7 months ago

The Technomancer takes place in the relatively distant future, 200 years after humanity has colonized Mars. Players take on the role of Zachariah Mancer, a member of the technomancer order …

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“You really want a happy ending, don’t you?” – Witcher 3: Blood and Wine review

by 7 months ago

The story of The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine calls Geralt to a new country in the Continent (yes, that is really the name of the land in The Witcher) …

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Ups and downs: Mirror’s Edge Catalyst review

by 8 months ago

Fans have been asking for a follow-up to Mirror’s Edge for a long time, and with DICE’s ambitious open-world prequel, called Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, players will finally have the chance …

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