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Super Cloudbuilt Runs, Jumps and Shoots it’s way to Xbox One

Originally launched on PC in 2014 as Cloudbuilt, Coilworks and Double Eleven totally remastered the title, reevaluating the game from the base mechanics up. The result stands as a definitive edition, making the experience more intuitive to new players, while adding increased depth and variation, allowing you to choose between taking your time to explore and focusing on blistering speeds and high scores.

You play the role of Demi who wakes up in a new world. Determined to overcome her new reality Demi uses her skills and exo-suit to perform lightening fast jumps and dead eye shooting skills. With a total of 177 challenges between the Time Trial, No Ammo, Fragile, Supercharge, Beacon, and Pathfinder options. Super Cloudbuilt combines all previous DLC levels into the base game and features enhanced graphics, UI and optimised gameplay offering more opportunities for players to experience the game with greater depth and variation.

Due out on Xbox One and PC this summer.



Do some time with Prison Architect


Ah, porridge. Time spent doing ‘bird’. The lags that are incarcerated in the prisons nowadays have more perks than you can shake a policeman’s truncheon at. The chances are that they’ll get the opportunity to play the freshly announced Prison Architect on their shiny Xbox One, just before lights out.

Prison Architect does exactly what it says on the tin. Design and create your own denizen of inmates. Keep them happy. Keep them entertained. Feed them, exercise them. Stop them from wrecking the joint. Manage your own maximum security prison and try not to let any of them escape to become soldiers of fortune.

Initially released on PC last October, the Xbox One and 360 edition of Prison Architect will feature a unique Prison Warden Mode. This drops you into a pre-built prison to get yourself stuck into the rioting oiks as soon as possible. You can also share your prisons online with the console edition’s unique World of Wardens.

Cope with blazing infernos, riots, demolition and construction. Make it through all of that unscathed and the local mayor will give you free-reign to design the lock-up of your dreams.

When can you get your hands on the keys? Well, the doors will be opening in the Spring of this year, and if you’re lucky, you might not get out for a very, very long time, sonny.

Goat Simulator flocks to Xbox


Finally; Double Eleven’s Goat Simulator has stumbled on to the Xbox One and Xbox 360 today for the reasonable price of £7.99.

If you ever wanted to know what the life of a goat is like, then you may want to look into picking this up. The game is a 878.25MB download and will let you live out your wildest goat dreams.

Well… what are you waiting for? Go and be a goat and create more mayhem than a Micheal Bay production!

Look out for our review of this game over the next few days.