Blasters of the Universe review (PSVR)

Wave-based shooters are a dime a dozen on PSVR, so why should you invest in another one? If you’ve played one then you’ve played them all, right?…Wrong. Thanks to Blasters of the Universe’s high...[Read More]

Gravel Review

One of the biggest problems that Gravel faces, particularly on the Xbox One (which is the version that this review is based on), is that it’s always going to be compared to the Forza Horizon series. W...[Read More]

Moss review (PSVR)

Sitting in a grand hall that wouldn’t look out of place in Hogwarts, the VR adventure into the world of Moss begins with the turn of a page. Immediately you are transported into a fascinating world an...[Read More]

UFC 3 review

It will come as no surprise to hear that UFC 3 looks incredible – Every punch, kick and hold feels real, combine that with the games fantastic presentation it’s the perfect game for UFC fans.  The bu...[Read More]

Kingdom Come: Deliverance review

After a very successful campaign on Kickstarter, Warhorse Studios were given the final piece to their medieval puzzle and the financial push they needed to see their vision realised – a medieval romp ...[Read More]

Fe review

Fe (pronounced Fee-uh) is the first game to be published by EA under the EA Originals title, a way for Indie developers to get their work out to a wide audience whilst reportedly allowing the develope...[Read More]

Metal Gear Survive review

After many minutes of cutscenes, several hints at gameplay without, in fact, participation, followed by mere moments of interactivity before the next slew of dialogue and exposition kicked in, I knew ...[Read More]

FoxyLand review

Microsoft have created a new category within the Xbox store, the Creators Collection. Here, developers can release a game that doesn’t fully integrate with Xbox Live services, in particular achievemen...[Read More]

Apex Construct review (PSVR)

The twisted world of Apex Construct begs you to explore its secrets while the mysterious guiding voice of the artificial intelligence, FATHR, keeps you on edge with a feeling that all is not as it see...[Read More]

Monster Energy Supercross review

Supercross games are a bit of a niche genre that are mostly loved by fans of supercross only. Many attempts have been made over the years to get the general public hooked on the sport but unfortunatel...[Read More]

The Station review

The Station may be a short game but its story is well-told, its puzzles well-themed to the environment, and the visuals, sound effects and music do a great job in immersing you. However, is that enoug...[Read More]

2064: Read Only Memories review

2064: Read Only Memories is a Cyberpunk adventure game from San Francisco developer MidBoss, that was originally founded by members of the GaymerX team, who primarily focus on LGBT issues in the gamin...[Read More]

Pop-up Pilgrims review (PSVR)

The Cloud God keeps watch over the land, but when a mysterious demon king steals the God’s magic scrolls and sends his minions to break up the land – a group of pilgrims must set out to restore the wo...[Read More]

Starpoint Gemini Warlords: Top tips for a great start

Starpoint Gemini is primarily a space simulation, but what makes it different from others of its kind is an elegant mixture of features that can be found in all types of genres. Space battles, economy...[Read More]

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter review

When the Vanishing of Ethan Carter finally got announced for the Xbox One, I just knew I had to get my hands on it. The game has already been around since 2014, first on PC then last year it arrived o...[Read More]

Hand of Fate 2 review

The wonderfully unique Hand of Fate made quite the impression with its D&D-esque adventuring combined with a collectable card game and Batman Arkham series combat. The sequel has now arrived bring...[Read More]

Sea of Thieves closed Beta preview

The long awaited Sea of Thieves finally releases this March, and to tease us further- and presumably iron out some of the bugs – the closed Beta has kicked off. We were lucky enough to set sail and en...[Read More]

Cold Iron review (PSVR)

Cold Iron boldly steps onto PSVR as the first VR puzzle shooter and it mostly succeeds despite a few bumps. Using just one Move controller, Cold Iron starts off gently by introducing the main mechanic...[Read More]

Super Lucky’s Tale review

A lot is asked of modern 3D platformers, largely because the giants of the genre have perfected so many of the mechanics of these terrific adventure games. Bright and welcoming visuals and audio, intu...[Read More]

Mutant Football League review

Not to be confused with Mutant League Football, although it’s pretty much the reboot/spiritual successor, especially as Mutant Football League is headed up the designer of the original MLF. Mutant Foo...[Read More]

Xbox One exclusives will be available on Xbox Games Pass on day of release

If you don’t own many Xbox One titles then then Xbox Games Pass is a pretty awesome deal, £8 a month to access over 100 titles is too good to miss, but for many of us it’s not really worth...[Read More]

Maize review

I could start this review with a few “corny” jokes, or discuss whether this game is “A-maize-ing, or even comment on how it “Barley” meets the standard of current-gen gra...[Read More]

Life is Strange: Before The Storm – Part 3: Hell is Empty review

After a short wait it’s time for the final episode of Life is Strange: Before the Storm, and in my opinion this series still has more to do before it reaches the emotional highs of the original ...[Read More]

Most Anticipated Games of the Year 2018

New game plus is activated, it is now +2018. Happy New Game Plus to you all. Following on from TiX’s 2017 Game of the Year, we’d like to present our Most Anticipated Game 2018. The staff here at TiX w...[Read More]

Hello Neighbour review

Hello Neighbour is a game I have been eagerly awaiting for the past few months. The developer tinyBuild describes it as a “Stealth Horror” game, as you try and infiltrate the house of the ...[Read More]

ASTRO A20 wireless headset review

The A20 wireless headset is the latest model to join ASTRO Gaming’s arsenal and at an RRP of £149.99, it is aimed at the mid-range market, offering a more affordable version of the A50 wireless headse...[Read More]

TiX’s GOTY 2017

Ever since TiX went multiplatform this year, it was clear that one game would shoot right into some of the teams GOTY lists for 2017. I mentioned in my nominations that the chances are this would have...[Read More]

Dave’s GOTY 2017

This year has been a weird one for me, I’ve started a lot of games and not finished as many as I should have done. Luckily, I have played some fantastic titles. 5th – Injustice 2 I’m by no means...[Read More]

Rich’s GOTY

It’s hard not to let my fanboy enthusiasm get in the way of my GOTY choice this year – and I do love Assassins Creed. It started slowly with the game asking many questions as to whether it is a ‘true’...[Read More]

John’s GOTY 2017

Game of the Year talk is, oddly enough, a year-round topic. I remember early on in 2017, March time, I remember saying to a few friends that I believed that Horizon: Zero Dawn wouldn’t be better...[Read More]

Simon’s GOTY 2017

With 2018 nearly upon us, before embracing the new, it’s time to take a look back at 2017 and more specifically, what were my games of the year. So, with no further ado, in reverse order, I give...[Read More]

Ady’s GOTY 2017

I joined TiX earlier in 2017, so that makes this my first ever Game Of the Year post as a (part-time) bona-fide games reviewer. I always thought this decision would be awful, but in this case my GOTY ...[Read More]

Greg’s GOTY 2017

No one sets out to make a bad game, yet it happens anyway. Things go wrong during development, the scope out weights the team’s efforts, the fun is lost somewhere down the line, or a myriad of other i...[Read More]

It’s Quiz Time review

It’s Quiz Time is set to be the biggest trivia game ever released on console and PC, with over 25,000 questions and answers in a range of topics that will suit groups of friends and family alike. Guid...[Read More]

TiX podcast special: State of the Industry 2017

Welcome to a new episode of the TiX Podcast, a special episode celebrating 2017. Join Greg Giddens and Neale Jarrat as they discuss their highlights from the year in terms of games, explore the new ha...[Read More]

Star Wars Battlefront 2 review

Despite its iffy UI, I really enjoyed Star Wars Battlefront. Sure it had some issues, but it looked great and gave me the experience of being slap bang in the middle of the Star Wars universe – and wi...[Read More]

Dungeons 3 review

For those of us who gamed in the 90s, Bullfrog’s Dungeon Keeper is a title that is fondly remembered. The concept of building an intricate dungeon consisting of multiple rooms that cater to and theref...[Read More]

Interview: James Cox of YoYo Games about GameMaker Studio 2

Game development has always been an ambition for the curious, creative gamer. Playing and experiencing these interactive stories and adventures can spark the passion to create them yourself, and now, ...[Read More]

The Evil Within 2 review

The original The Evil Within’s setting of the mind of a psychopath; a whole world contained within a mind that others could access through a device, made for some excellent horror, and allowed element...[Read More]

The Sims 4 review

The latest in the long line of one of the most popular simulation games has finally made its way to console. But will The Sims 4 on console make say “DagDag” (hello), or leave you feeling “Awasa poa” ...[Read More]