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.

Destiny 2 officially revealed

Rumours about Destiny 2 being imminently revealed have been floating around for about a week now, and with Activision confirming the sequel would be hitting shelves this year back in February in their Fourth Quarter 2016 results, it’s no surprise to finally see something official. Destiny 2 was announced a couple of hours ago (at time of writing) with a rather unceremoniously posted image on...

Call of Duty: WWII leaked images

Yesterday a Reddit user posted several images supposedly from the next, yet to be announced, Call of Duty title. These images reveal the name of Activision’s new CoD, Call of Duty: WWII, as well revealing the setting as indeed World War II. [Leak] Call of Duty: WWII – /r/WWII – TheFamilyVideoGamers We’re not entirely convinced of the legitimacy of these images just yet. The...

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Torment: Tides of Numenera review

In 1999 Planescape Torment took critics by storms, with its story focused roleplaying creating an experience that was more about lore and dialogue than combat and action. This critical success didn’t translate to a commercial one, but the multiverse shenanigans of this Dungeon & Dragons based campaign still won over enough to become a cult classic. Torment: Tides of Numenera is a spiritual suc...

Ant Workshop announces Dead End Job for Xbox One

Ant Workshop have announce their new game, Dead End Job, will be coming to Xbox One in February 2018, and it’ll be publicly playable for the first time at EGX Rezzed in London later this month. Dead End Job merges the frantic, addictive, highly replayable gameplay of a procedurally generated twin-stick shooter with the iconic look of a 90s cartoon. You take on the role of a worker at Ghoul-B...

The Disney Afternoon Collection coming soon to Xbox One

Do you have a soft spot for late 80s early 90s Disney cartoons and their respective games on the 8 and 16 bit systems of yore? Many of us here at TiX towers do, so when Capcom announced their Disney Afternoon Collection a little earlier on today, we all got rather excited. The Disney Afternoon Collection will feature the classic games Darkwing Duck, Duck Tales, Duck Tales 2, Tail Spin, Rescue Rang...

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Chime Sharp review

The original Chime made the art of creation a simple and serene matter. The music puzzle game was a wonderful source of distraction and ultimately proved to be a lot of fun despite limited content. Chime Sharp maintains what made the original great and ups the content significantly, becoming a marvelously compelling puzzler. Chime Sharp has a slightly different take on the block placing puzzle gam...

Our latest videos as of 5th March

We’re striving to create more video content, and this week has seen a whopping six pieces come out. If you missed them on our YouTube channel then don’t fear, because you can also find them embedded below. Greg gets angry again, this time with Resident Evil 7 on Madhouse difficulty: Our Thursday stream on Beam has been uploaded in its entirety on YouTube for all to see: Rob’s bee...

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We’re looking for reviewers

Do you have an Xbox One and fancy the idea of reviewing games for us? Then we very much want to hear from you. We are currently looking for passionate writers to join our little team, helping us provide great content and timely reviews. It’s voluntary work – we work for nothing at TiX – but you’ll get great experience writing as part of a dedicated team, exposure as a write...

Retro style A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV now available for free

Previously only available as a pre-order promotion, A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV is now available to everyone for free. Available to download via Xbox Games Store, A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV takes place 30 years before FINAL FANTASY XV, featuring retro-style graphics and a fast-paced combat system. The action centres around King Regis and his faithful companions (Weskham, Cid a...

Agony gets two new trailers

The first-person survival horror title, Agony, set in Hell and due out later this year, has received a new trailer and a gameplay video to whet your apetite. Check them out below:

‘Switch – or die trying’ developer commentary video released

Indian game development studio Threye Interactive have published a developer commentary video for their upcoming 2D puzzle platformer Switch – or die trying, releasing on Xbox One in the coming months. Throughout the video the team briefly introduces the narrative and showcases in more detail the main mechanics, including the unique ‘switching’ mechanic as well as different ways it can be ut...

Graveyard Keeper announced

In the mood for a humorous, pixel art, medieval cemetery management sim? Then Graveyard Keeper could be for you. Coming out later this year on Xbox One, Graveyard Keeper lets you build and manage your own graveyard while finding shortcuts to cut costs, expand into entertainment with witch-burning festivals, and scare nearby villagers into attending church. This is a game of capitalism and doing wh...