Greg Giddens

Some say Greg isn’t one person but a group of many people posting under the pseudonym “Greg”. No one knows for sure but either way, as long as he continues to fight the good fight of reviewing games, then we will always consider him a hero.

6.5

Fair

Doodle God: Ultimate Edition review

Whilst Doodle God may have started out as a mobile title focused around combining elements to create something new, this Ultimate Edition on Xbox One fleshes out the content to an impressive bounty of modes. Sure, it still revolves around the click gameplay of combing elements, but with more objective-based scenarios, some spectacularly crisp visuals, and the core game-loop being surprisingly comp...

Songbringer coming out this Summer for Xbox One

Wizard Fu and Double Eleven have announced that the pixel-art, action RPG Songbringer, created by a single person studio, will be coming out on Xbox One this Summer. You can check out the trailer below:

Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta coming February 23rd

Ubisoft have announced that there will be an open Beta for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, running from February 23rd to 27th. If you missed out on the closed Beta the other week, this is the ideal opportunity to jump in and see how it plays. As a reward for playing the Beta, you will unlock access to an exclusive mission for the full game – the Unidad Conspiracy mission, in which players will...

Cities: Skylines coming to Xbox One this spring

Publisher Paradox Interactive have today announced that Cities: Skylines, the hugely popular PC city management game, will release for Xbox One this spring. Cities: Skylines – Xbox One Edition will be ported by Tantalus Media and optimised for play on a controller, allowing you to build and manage everything from small towns to sprawling metropolitan cities. Along with the core Cities: Skylines ga...

Fallout Shelter coming to Xbox One next week

Coming out of nowhere, last year’s hit mobile management sim, Fallout Shelter, will be launching on Xbox One on February the 7th. Like it’s mobile version, Fallout Shelter on Xbox One will be free-to-play, allowing you to build your dream Vault and protect a variety of citizens from the horrors and radioactive fallout of the wasteland above. Moreover, The Xbox One version will support ...

9.6

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Assassin’s Creed film review

The adaptation of videogames to film hasn’t gone well. For years the film adaption of a game has suffered from poor storytelling, poor pacing, poor writing and poor direction, leading to poor fans not receiving the high-quality film version they’ve hungered of their favourite gaming franchise. And there are myriad reasons for this; from writers not understanding the source material, to compr...

7

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Hunter’s Legacy review

Hunter’s Legacy is a 2D action platformer that evokes similar charms to that of the Metroid and Castlevania series, with its gradual acquirement of new abilities allowing you to explore previously blocked paths. However, despite some strong elements of design throughout the majority of the title, a few omissions really hurt the overall intuitiveness and polish. You are the huntress Ikki, a well-re...

Team 17 to publish Aven Colony on Xbox One

I’m a big fan of management titles, so the idea of managing a new colony on an alien planet, as is the premise of Aven Colony, sounds right up my street. And fortunately, Team 17 will be publishing Mothership Entertainment’s colony building management sim on Xbox One in the second quarter of this year. Set on Aven Prime, an alien world of deserts, tundras and wetlands light-years from ...

5

Average

Energy Cycle review

Energy Cycle challenges you to achieve a very simply objective: turn all balls of energy on-screen to the same colour, but this proves to be a far more difficult and cerebral task than it first seems. It turns into an experience that can flummox you for a few hours but ultimately lacks the depth to engage you beyond a single session. You’re tasked with solving 28 levels of energy ball patterns, wh...

Embers of Mirrim announced for Xbox One

Developer Creative Bytes have announced their jumping, splitting, collecting and re-connecting platformer, Embers of Mirrim, coming to Xbox One later this year. In Embers of Mirrim, in order to save the world, two proud races must comes together to form a mystical creature with the ability to split into light and dark entities called Embers. As Mirrim, you can explore the world and, by using the o...

Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic releasing March 3rd on Xbox One

Pixel Heroes, from developer The Bitfather and publisher Headup Games, will be hitting digital shelves on March 3rd, bring it’s nostalgia inducing, amusing, retro-style RPG to Xbox One. You can get a taste of what’s the come, and the kind of humour involved, in the trailer below: This Roguelike RPG promises a world full of hilarious events and characters, and plenty of deadly dungeons ...

Battlefield 1 expansion They Shall Not Pass coming in March

The first expansion for Battlefield 1 ,They Shall Not Pass, will be released in March, featuring all-new maps, new weapons, and the new playable French Army faction. The four new maps will be: Verdun Heights, Fort Vaux, Soissons, and Rupture, and will take place on a range of terrain and features, such as underground forts, decrepit tanks, towns under fire and forests ablaze. There will also be a ...