Xbox 360 Reviews

Xbox One X will cost £449/$499

Phil Spencer has confirmed that the Xbox One X will cost £449/$499. All existing Xbox One accessories will work on the new Xbox One X, alongside all existing Xbox 360 backwards compatible titles and X...[Read More]

Destiny: The Taken King review – part two

Welcome to part two of our review of the epic new expansion to Destiny, The Taken King. If you somehow stumbled upon this before reading part one, I highly recommend reading it here, before you contin...[Read More]

Destiny: The Taken King review – part one

Tuesday September 15, 2015, was the day that everything you thought you knew about Destiny changed. No longer is it about the endless grind, or the mindless monotony. On this day, Destiny changed, and...[Read More]

Disney Infinity 3.0 review

The Disney Infinity juggernaut ploughs on with the release of Disney Infinity 3.0 – we’re only a few months away from the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens so it made perfect sense to have the s...[Read More]

Goat Simulator Mmore Goatz Edition

Goat Simulator Mmore Goatz Edition dropped this week on Xbox 360 and Xbox One and includes the updated MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online) version of Goat Simulator and the Day Z zombie survival game i...[Read More]

The Bridge review

As a child I loved to gaze upon the wondrous designs of M.C. Escher and imagine what it would be like to navigate the impossible worlds – how could you get from the top to the bottom, and what would h...[Read More]

Guncraft: Blocked and Loaded review

So hands up who hasn’t played Minecraft, I’m guessing it’s not many and there is a good reason for that as the endless opportunities and variations that can be setup in the game really caters fo...[Read More]

Juju Review

What a pleasant surprise Juju turned out to be. After a sickeningly cute introduction to the characters and story, Juju reveals itself to be a delightful, well-designed, and visually impressive side-s...[Read More]

Chivalry Medieval Warfare Review

In days of old, when knights were bold, you couldn’t get a tin of Brasso for love nor money. The smell of the oiled steel, the cries of the sick and dying and oppression of the local Baron landowners....[Read More]

Sacred 3 Review Xbox 360

Sacred 3 tells the story of five heroes working together to stop the evil Lord Zane from retrieving the “Heart of Ancaria” and opening the gates of the Underworld and unleash its armies on the world o...[Read More]

Blood of the Werewolf – XBLA Game Review

Developed by ‘Scientifically Proven’ and released during E3 week, it would be easy to not notice the release of ‘Blood of the Werewolf’ to XBLA on Xbox 360. This throwback to the very olden days of th...[Read More]

Bound By Flame – Xbox 360 Review

Bound by Flame has had my attention for some time during its development and road to release. It is the second game by developer, Spiders Game Studio, the first being the ambitious but rubbish XBLA ti...[Read More]

2014 Fifa World Cup Brazil Review

We are only two short weeks away from the start of the 2014 World Cup hosted by Brazil. Whilst the country gets all excited with flags flying high and BBQ’s ready to be lit with copious amounts ...[Read More]

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

Spider-Man has always been one of my favourite comic book heroes with Peter Parker’s sarcastic humour and devotion to “with great power comes great responsibility” creed making his c...[Read More]

Child of Light Review

Just every now and then, a game comes out that truly stands out against the usual game releases across all platforms. It is not often that such a game is capable to distract from the generic shooting,...[Read More]

LEGO: The Hobbit – A Review

Available now for Xbox 360 and Xbox One, ‘LEGO: The Hobbit’ is the latest game from developer  Traveller’s Tales and just like ‘LEGO: Lord Of The Rings‘ is based on the f...[Read More]

Titanfall Xbox 360 Review

There is no denying the impact Titanfall has had on all things Xbox One. Microsoft used the game’s release to unofficially relaunch the Xbox One brand. Accessories, system updates and the full v...[Read More]

The Wolf Among Us: Episode 3 ‘A Crooked Mile’ Review

The third and middle chapter to the five episode series ‘The Wolf Among Us’ by Telltale Games, is now out on Xbox 360. As we are now three episodes in, it is almost impossible to now proce...[Read More]

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Review

I have been a fan of Final Fantasy games ever since Final Fantasy VII completely changed me as a gamer. Final Fantasy, is a series that is as much about big story telling, characters you get connected...[Read More]

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Review

I have always been a fan of the animation TV series of Dragon Ball Z, followed each version and the animated films that have sprung from it. The natural spin off for that franchise has been its many v...[Read More]

PAC-MAN and The Ghostly Adventures Review

PAC-MAN is one of the most iconic and oldest Video Game characters ever. First introduced as an arcade machine back in 1980, he has been a part of gaming on every platform and every generation ever si...[Read More]

Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare Review

Published by EA and developed by Pop Cap, the Plants Vs Zombies series first arrived for Xbox in 2010 and took XBLA by storm. Beginning with defending your home from a Zombie attack using mutated plan...[Read More]

South Park: The Stick of Truth Review

I have been a huge fan of South Park since it first aired. The comedy in the show has always been borderline and constantly pushing the boundaries of the topics and themes often used to make satire of...[Read More]

World of Tanks Xbox 360 Edition Review

World of Tanks Xbox 360 Edition is a free to play game which allows players to build a fleet of Tanks to take into battle against other players in a battle to the death across seven maps. First announ...[Read More]

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Review

I have to be honest, this is my first time playing a Castlevania game. Have known about the series but never really looked into until I played a demo of it at last years Eurogamer Expo in September an...[Read More]

XBLA Review – The Wolf Among Us Ep 2 – Smoke and Mirrors

‘The Wolf Among Us’ is Telltale Games follow up game series to their 2013 success ‘The Walking Dead’. Episode One ‘Faith’, was first released back in October 2013. ...[Read More]

HALO: Spartan Assault Xbox 360 Review

HALO: Spartan Assault was first released as a game for Windows 8 devices last year. At Christmas it finally made it’s way onto Xbox One and this year on the Xbox 360. I originally bought and pla...[Read More]

The Art of Battlefield 4 Review

Battlefield 4 has had its fair share of hiccups on both Xbox One and Xbox 360 since launch requiring a number of patches to correct the issues, (which is currently in-progress) but undeniably one of t...[Read More]

SteelSeries H Wireless Gaming Headset Review

The guys and gals over at SteelSeries have been busy crafting their latest creation, the brand new H Wireless Gaming Headset. Not only is it a beauty but it’s also rammed full of features. The headset...[Read More]

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Review

There has always been something special about any medium that is selected to get the LEGO Game treatment. From Star Wars to Harry Potter, Indiana Jones to Pirates of The Caribbean, Batman to Lord of T...[Read More]

WRC 4: FIA World Championship Rally Review

In 2010 the Italian developer Milestone brought back the WRC titles to our home console(s) after 5 years since the last game. This year’s edition is the fourth instalment from Milestone, when you incl...[Read More]

XCOM Enemy Within Review

  Developed by Firaxis Games and published by 2K. Enemy Within is 2012’s XCom Enemy Unknown but incorporating the original DLC Slingshot, Second Wave and Elite Soldier Pack DLC. This versio...[Read More]

Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea – Episode One Review

Irrational Games already had an absolute winner with the experience of Bioshock Infinite alone. Their first piece of single player DLC was always going to be a big seller, and many clamouring for thei...[Read More]

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut Review

Developed by Eidos Montreal and published by Square Enix, Deus Ex Human Revolution was released on Xbox 360 back in 2011. For me and many others, it was a strong contender for game of the year and was...[Read More]

Final Exam Review

Final Exam is a 2D/3D (2.5D?) side-scrolling beat ‘em up much like the classic Streets of Rage developed by Mighty Rocket Studio. I don’t really have much to say about this release. It’s kind of bareb...[Read More]

Battlefield 4 – Xbox 360 Review

Battlefield 4 is the latest chapter in the Battlefield series, published by EA and developed by DICE. Known for its grand scale MP game types and more emphasis on a more realistic combat gameplay then...[Read More]

WWE 2K14 Review

Before we continue, allow me to take a moment and ask you a very simple question. Do you consider yourself to be a fan of wrestling? More precisely a fan of the WWE brand of wrestling. If the answer i...[Read More]

Deadfall Adventures Review

The archaeological wise-cracking adventurer has been a staple of the entertainment industry since George Lucas’ vision came to life in Raiders of the Lost Ark. We’ve seen the trend come and go, well i...[Read More]

Nickelodeon’s Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtle’s Review

It has not been an overly good gaming year for the mutant teenage turtles and their Rat Sensie Master Splinter. Their most recent appearance on XBLA in the form of TMNT: Out of the Shadows is a quite ...[Read More]

Call of Duty: Ghosts Review

Another year, another shooter. Well, I should say THE shooter. Activision are back with their yearly release for the smash-hit series known as Call of Duty. The series has reinvigorated itself with a ...[Read More]

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