Tix’s Day Out at EGX Rezzed 2018!

It was a beautiful sunny day as my son and I caught the train to London to check out the latest Indie games on show at EGX Rezzed, which as usual was being held at Tobacco Dock in the heart of the cit...[Read More]

ID@Xbox bringing Below and 23 more games to EGX Rezzed

EGX Rezzed is being held at Tobacco Dock in London on 13th to 15th April and the ID@Xbox program have announced that they will be bringing 24 playable games to the show including the long, long awaite...[Read More]

PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds will be 30fps on Xbox One

We are mere days from the long-awaited launch of PUBG on the Xbox One, and there has been a great deal of chatter on the internets about it’s performance, especially on the Xbox One X. However t...[Read More]

Playdead’s ex-CEO announces ‘Somerville’

One of the minds behind Limbo and Inside has announced the formation of a new Guildford based studio: Jumpship. Their debut project is Somerville, a “sci-fi action adventure” telling the s...[Read More]

10tons announce Time Recoil for Xbox

10tons Ltd have been making games for a few years now. They have slowly but surely developed a definite style and have seemingly improved with every release. The developer behind Neon Chrome, Sparkle ...[Read More]

Grab your Kinect and be an Air Guitar Warrior

Virtual Air Guitar Company, an Indie studio in Finland, have announced that they will release what will be their 11th game, Air Guitar Warrior via the ID@Xbox program on Kinect for Xbox One. Strangely...[Read More]

ID@Xbox title SkyKeepers gets March release date

When Microsoft announced the ID@Xbox program, a small part of me rejoiced at not having to go through some of the utter dross of the old Indie scene that contained some incredibly questionable content...[Read More]

Release date confirmed for Voodoo Vince: Remastered

Way back in 2003, on the very first incarnation of Xbox, there appeared an exclusive title. Voodoo Vince was a quirky puzzle platformer set in the magical underbelly of New Orleans. Sadly, when the or...[Read More]

Spotlightor announce incoming Candleman DLC

It’s been out for a little under three weeks, to critical acclaim, but Candleman developer, Spotlightor are not resting on their laurels with the release. Together with publisher, E-Home Enterta...[Read More]

King Oddball wants to rule your Xbox

Do you get excited by physics puzzlers? You know the type. Fling a ball, grenade, bird, rock, whatever, in the hopes of hitting a specific target? If you do, you’re going to love the latest ID@X...[Read More]

Rivals of Aether preview

Another day, another game. My gaming journey through 2016 continues and I have another title in front of me to trial. Rivals of Aether is an ID@xbox game available through the Xbox Preview Program. Da...[Read More]

RevErsi Quest hits US Live store

Have you ever played the tactical board game Reversi? This is a strategy game for two players, based on an 8×8 uncheckered gaming board. You’ve got tokens that are light on one side and dar...[Read More]

Fenix Furia to unleash fury in June

It’s been teased for a few months now. It’s even suffered a name change. Developer, Green Lava Studios and their publishing partner, Reverb Triple XP have finally announced the release dat...[Read More]

Shift Happens coming to Xbox One

Shift Happens, the award-winning puzzle platform developed by indie developer Klonk Games and Deck13, will be coming to Xbox One this July. Shift Happens is the latest in a wave of puzzle Co-op platfo...[Read More]

Prepare to open the Book of Demons

It’s been a while since we had a dungeon crawler in a similar vein to Hero Quest. Wait? Hero Quest, what’s that? Head here and all will be revealed. It was a big deal back in the 90’...[Read More]

Microsoft letting Xbox One games connect with PC and other console networks

Over on Xbox Wire, Chris Charla, Director of ID@Xbox has posted an open letter announcing that Mircosoft are to allow Cross Network play, which means we could be going up against our Playstation 4 fri...[Read More]

Spareware release date confirmed

Our friends over at Rusto Games were hinting yesterday at some important news coming up and they weren’t wrong. Today on twitter the team announced Spareware will be officially released for Xbox...[Read More]

Beacon announced for Xbox One

An international team of developers, under the moniker, Monothetic, have announced a new sci-fi action roguelike for Xbox One. Called Beacon, the game will ask you to fight, die and mutate to escape a...[Read More]

Spareware is made by someone? What even is Spareware?!

Our friends at Rusto Games have released another video about their up and coming game Spareware. This time the video takes us on an investigative journey in to the natural habitat of the team and thei...[Read More]

Spareware release new gameplay video

It was only yesterday we were announcing that Spareware, a game being developed by Finnish development team Rusto Games, was coming to Xbox One. Well more information is already to hand in the form of...[Read More]

Team2Bit’s crazy Reagan Gorbachev released today

When you think of the political scene in the 1980’s, you can’t help but think of Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan. Two sides of the same coin as the leaders of arguably the most powerfu...[Read More]

Xbox One is getting some Spareware

Finnish developers, Rusto Games have snuck in under the radar with the announcement of their top-down shooter, Spareware, for Xbox One. This procedurally generated mulitplayer bullet-fest is set aroun...[Read More]

In Space We Brawl Review

In Space We Brawl is a frantic couch twin-stick shooter in which you challenge friends in fast-paced space battles for up to 4 players. Choose a spaceship and a weapon: there are more than 240 availab...[Read More]

Psychological adventure The Town of Light coming to Xbox One

Italian developer LKA with support from Id@Xbox have announced that their psychological adventure The Town of Light will be coming to the Xbox One this year. The Town of Light takes place in the Volte...[Read More]

Tenebrae: Twilight of the Gods coming to ID@Xbox

Thanks to Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program, Troglobytes Games will be able to port its upcoming game “Tenebrae – Twilight of the Gods” to the Xbox One platform. Tenebrae – Twilight of the Gods ...[Read More]

Amazing Princess Sarah review

Amazing Princess Sarah is a call back to the games of my childhood, its 8 bit style and game design triggering memories of Castlevania, Megaman and Mario that have long remained dormant. Its simple st...[Read More]

Relive that B-Movie vibe in Fortified

I remember, years ago, when all this was fields and the aliens came down and invaded on a weekly basis. In black and white. Fortified, from indie developer, Clapfoot, is looking to revive that 1950s B...[Read More]

Viking epic The Banner Saga marauding on Xbox soon

It’s been a little while coming, but finally developer Stoic ably assisted by publisher Versus Evil, have revealed a release date for their Viking epic, The Banner Saga. Already sporting a nifty...[Read More]

Rise and shine with 6180 the moon on Xbox One

6180 the moon is one of the more curious looking titles I’ve seen for a while. The Sun has gone. The Moon decides to set off on a journey to find the Sun, with all of the hazards and deep realis...[Read More]

Xbox One to get Rocket League

It’s been tearing up the fields of that other console and PC for a little while now, but Psyonix’s excellent driving-meets-football sports game, Rocket League, is finally coming to Xbox On...[Read More]

December will see a Baseball Riot

What better stress relief could you have than to whip out your baseball bat and smack a baseball into a spittle-flecked nutter’s face? Developer 10tons Ltd are going to give you the opportunity ...[Read More]

Funcom invites us to The Park

Psychological horror games are becoming more and more popular. There have been a few releases, like Slender: The Arrival, to games that are coming soon, like Outlast 2. Funcom had entered the fray at ...[Read More]

Rock’N Racing Off Road DX review

When Rock’N Racing was announced it caught my eye, it reminded me of racing games from my younger years (not that I can remember names but it hit the nostalgic part of my brain), so I felt I had...[Read More]

Rockfish Games set to give us Everspace

The phrase “rogue-like”. It’s a little over-used in gaming sometimes I think. Take Everspace. Rockfish Games have monikered this, rogue-like. I’m not 100% convinced, but, hey, ...[Read More]

Aaero to appear at EGX

There are some hinted releases that are particularly tricky to track down. Mad Fellows Games are a developer born out of the urban sprawl of Leamington Spa, UK and they’ve been working pretty cl...[Read More]

New trailer for indie game Caffeine

You awaken aboard a caffeine mining space station to find yourself, a young boy seemingly all alone. The only thing you know for sure? Something bad has transpired here… Confused and alone, you ...[Read More]

Xbox @ gamescom – ID@Xbox hits us with one heck of a montage

We here at TiX love the Indie titles that are gracing our console, they are certainly a far throw from what we became used to back on the Xbox 360 and the Indie games store. Now, finally, it seems lik...[Read More]

Submerged release announced

Uppercut Games has announced release dates for their award-winning title Submerged. In addition, the indie studio has stated that PlayStation Plus, Xbox Gold members and all Steam users will receive a...[Read More]

Nevernaut release Slash Dash with stealth

While there might have been recent releases that were performed with a little more fanfare, there are a few that slip quietly into the Games Store, like a ninja. Nevernaut Games’ Slash Dash is s...[Read More]

The Solus Project playable at Gamescom

As we get closer and closer to August’s Gamescom, we are beginning to hear more about what will be appearing at this years convention in Cologne.   Teotl Studios, the Swedish developer behi...[Read More]

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