Category: Spotlight

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Perception Review

I have been absolutely excited for Perception for what feels like forever. The horror genre has felt a bit finicky for video games lately and Perception came across to me as something different. It...

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Seasons After Fall Review

Seasons After Fall is a puzzle-platformer which has you play as the “seed”. The seed acts as a form of spirit, which allows you to possess animals, namely a fox. You must then navigate...

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DiRT 4 & RiMe Giveaway

This week I am pleased to announce that our latest giveaway will be for 2 games. The winner will win a copy of DiRT4 and RiMe on Xbox One, and one runner-up will win...

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The Town of Light Review

The Town of Light is set in the early twentieth century of Italy and tells the tragic past of a young girl, Renée, who is suffering from mental illness inside the confines of Volterra...

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Drifting Lands Review

Drifting Lands is an arcade shoot’em’up which combines this classic game-play with RPG elements and tries to do something different. It instantly reminded me of the old and classic games like Thunder Force III...

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Crossout Review

When I first heard of Crossout — the free-to-play, post-apocalyptic, vehicular-combat game — I was beyond excited. My mind instantly filled with images of Mad Max-esque vehicle battles with dozens of cars, trucks, and everything...

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RiME Review

RiME‘s story is a modest, yet enigmatic, tale about a boy who has been washed ashore on an island. He must use his mystic voice to communicate with other animals, spirits and objects to...

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Unit 4 Review

Unit 4 was released as part of the ID@Xbox program and has you take control of “Unit 4”, a famed team of heroes who are tasked with bringing peace to the galaxy. They will...

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Demon’s Crystals Review

Demon’s Crystals is a twin-stick shooter designed for those out there just wanting to get into the genre or are used to other titles and trying something new. It features four devilish ladies as...

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Prey (2017) Review

6 years ago, I received a few recommendations from passersby and friends alike who told me that the original Prey was, “pretty good,” and, “showed a lot of promise”. By the end of the...

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Butcher Review

Butcher is a 2-D shooter developed by Transhuman Design that encompasses gory and pixel graphics along with quick-thinking platforming action. The game released on the Xbox One as part of the ID@Xbox program and has...

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Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds Review

With many visual novels out there in production mostly for handheld consoles and Sony, it gets harder to distinguish them from one another. Nothing, however, beats the ideal romantic fantasy of choosing between 16...

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Planetbase Review

As an avid lover of management simulators, I was excited to start on Planetbase as I really enjoyed titles like Tropico V. I remember being a military-tyrant warring with various countries of my choosing, nuking their...

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The Surge Game Giveaway

I am happy to announce that we are giving away one copy of The Surge on the Xbox One. For a chance to win all you have to do is enter following the instructions...

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Neverwinter (Xbox One) Review

Ever since Phantasy Star Universe‘s servers on the Xbox 360 shut down, there had been a gaping hole left in my heart. Phantasy Star Universe (PSU) was the best MMO I had played and...

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Monster Monpiece Review

I will be the first to admit that if a game has a cute anime style that I will probably want it with few questions asked. That’s how I felt about Monster Monpiece and...

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The Hidden Levels Top ID@Xbox Games

The ID@Xbox program has turned into a crucial part of the Xbox infrastructure and has helped many developers bring their games to the Xbox audience. On Friday April 21st the 500th game, Cities Skylines,...

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