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Hello I'm Rob and I'm a game-aholic.

New Monster Hunter : World trailer has exciting news

Ahead of Monster Hunter: World’s release on January 26th Capcom have announced during their live stream, new details that fans of the game can expect.  The action-packed trailer gives us a glimpse of the Elder Dragons, some new and some old favourites who return. Also if you are a PS4 player the open beta for Monster Hunter : World will be available to play from January the 19th through to J...



De Blob review

De Blob has been out for quite a number of years now, first appearing on the Nintendo Wii in 2008 De Blob has now reached a wider market and is taking a seat amongst the great on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Developed by Blue Tongue Entertainment and Blitworks, De Blob is a story of good against evil, The evil INKT Corporation has declared ‘Color is a Crime!’ and leeched Chroma Cit...

Rob Bangers

This episode of Rob’s Bangers is a little late this week due to some work issues, I won’t bother you with all that but let’s get stuck in with this week’s suggestions. I have a varied music taste and I am a firm believer that everyone should try anything twice, that goes for anything in life in general really. My taste goes full circle and I will always come back to the sam...



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Sonic Forces review

The little blue hedgehog really needs absolutely no introduction does he? If you don’t know who Sonic is then google it because you really have led a sheltered gaming life. Like Mario did for Nintendo, Sonic has been an icon for Sega since 1991. Sonic has seen over 45 different adaptations over the years and appeared on console and mobile. Sonic Forces is the latest to feature the little rin...



We Sing Pop review

I do consider myself to be a massive music geek, I play the guitar and I have created some of my own tunes over the years and reached the dizzy heights of actually having a tune played on the radio, granted it was BBC introducing but I’m still quite proud of it. With that said though I can’t sing a note but I jumped at the chance of reviewing We Sing Pop! This game type has been around...

Time for this weeks Rob’s Bangers

This week has seen a wide range of emotions for us all. We have waited in anticipation for the release of the Xbox One X, some were happy and some inevitably aren’t. Most go theirs on release day but some of us didn’t due to delivery companies and to be honest if I hadn’t had bought mine from Amazon it still wouldn’t have arrived. Anyway, thats another story, so this week o...

Rob’s Bangers

Last week on Rob’s Bangers we looked at two tracks that were inspired by games that were really set in space. This week we are crashing back down to earth a little bit, the past week and the upcoming week see’s landing of the Xbox One X, Assasins Creed, Wolfenstien 2 and Call of duty WWII all landing causing a bit of hysteria umongst us all. There is no better track to choose that pret...



Ruiner review

I’ve bleated on loads of times now about how much I like a good, fast-paced, twin stick shooters with loads of power-ups, explosions and general chaos. When I saw Ruiner for the first time I was hyped because it appeared to be everything I look for in a substantial twin-stick adventure. I was wrong though, because Ruiner is not just a twin stick controlled action game, it’s more than t...

Introducing… Rob’s Bangers!!

Here at TiX we are all music fans, some of us have questionable taste in music (I’m looking at Dave there!) but most all of us enjoy the pleasure of a good banger every now and then. Now that Spotify is up and running on your console whether it be Xbox or PS4, you can enjoy the thousands and thousands of tracks available to us all. I have started things off with some gaming related (but not ...



Dead Alliance Review

Dead Alliance is one of those games where I was really excited about playing it, as we all know I’m a bit of a sucker for some hype. I watched a few videos but stayed away from reviews just in case it swayed my opinion somewhat. So did Dead Alliance live up to my expectations? Read on and see. The short answer is no, it didn’t, not by any stretch of the imagination, but in the interest...



Utawarerumono: Mask Of Truth Review

So, right off the bat let’s come to some sort of agreement as to how I am going to refer to Utawarerumono: Mask Of Truth as we go forward in this review. I can’t even say it let alone type it numerous times to make reference to it, so from here on in Utawarerumono: Mask Of Truth will be referred to as UMT. It is also only right I admit I never played Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception, s...



Killing Floor 2 review

Killing floor 2 has already been out for quite some time on the PC and the PlayStation 4 but has had a recent release on the Xbox One, and with the promise of Xbox One X enhancements coming this November the future is certainly bright, and in 4k. So what is Killing Floor 2? Well, it’s a first-person shooter where you and up to five other players face hordes of zombies and monsters in a bid t...