Category: Xbox Reviews

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Titanfall 2 Review

At the time of writing this review I have logged in excess of 200 hours into the first Titanfall game on Xbox One, and probably 200 hours on the Xbox 360 version. Even though...

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Hitman Season One Review

When IO Interactive announced that the newest Hitman release would not be released like all of the other Hitman games, but would instead be released episodically there was an initially negative reaction to this....

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Gears Of War 4 Review

The next game in the series that includes killing underground monsters, shooting lasers out of the sky, and burly-men in bright blue armor is finally here. Gears Of War 4 re-introduces the Coalition of...

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Attack On Titan Review

Attack on Titan is one of the hit anime of this generation with its story of humanity’s desperate struggle against man-eating giants that plague their existence. The long awaited second season has fans stirring...

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Fallout 4: Season Pass Review

It’s almost been a full year since the release of the most anticipated sequel to one of Bethesda’s star series, Fallout 4 and it’s garnered a large range of reviews with mostly positive feedback....

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The Living Dungeon Review

The Living Dungeon is a video game version of a table top Dungeons & Dragons type experience unlike any other game I’ve played before. In this game, you roll the dice to reveal your...

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Livelock Review

Livelock is an online and single player top down co-op shooter. You control one of the last remaining ‘human’ robots on the planet in an attempt to save humanity from its ultimate demise, it’s...

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Valley Review

Valley is a game about exploration and discovery while implementing various playing styles all within one of the most beautiful and best sounding games you will ever experience. Brought to you from the same...

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Hue Review

Hue is a game that caught me by surprise. I sat down to give it a quick play and found myself still exploring the colourful landscapes many hours later. With an innovative colour changing...

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Prominence Poker Review

Although Poker is a massively popular game enjoyed by millions there has only been one game released on the Xbox One so far. Pure Hold’em not only came with a premium price tag it...

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Song of the Deep Review

Song of the Deep is the latest game from Insomniac Games, the geniuses who made the sublime Sunset Overdrive and the criminally underrated Fuse back on the Xbox 360. Unlike the aforementioned titles Song...

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Rev Ersi Quest Review

Rev Ersi Quest is a turn based board game with Role-Playing elements developed by Yokogo Sytems. It is set in a  fantasy setting and uses classic Reversi rules. The story revolves around two prosperous...

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Inside Review

Inside is the follow up release from Playdead, the studio that created the critically acclaimed Limbo back in 2010. An initial look at the game didn’t really excite me as I took it to...

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Fragments Of Him Review

Fragments of Him is not your traditional game. In fact it is hard to call this a game due to the lack of any real gameplay throughout the two to three hours it takes...

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Soul Axiom Review

Soul Axiom was developed and published by Wales Interactive. It was released on June 8th at a price of $19.99/£14.99 and is available on Xbox One, Playstation 4, WiiU and Steam. A press review...