Category Archives: 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 Xbox One games. Microsoft is even planning to use “super sampling” on the One X to make new games look better […]

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 continue. All done? Great… In this segment of the review, I will be covering the new levelling system, how to […]

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 very much for the better. For those of you who are not familiar, Destiny is an MMO, or massively multiplayer online, style of […]

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 starter pack include two Star Wars characters, Anakin Skywalker and his Padawan Ashoka Tano as well as the […]

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 inspired version Goatz. Living life as a goat in a sandbox environment sounds bizarre enough to me as it is, but given […]

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 happen if you entered that door? The time for wondering is over; The Bridge lets […]

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 for anyone and everyone’s tastes. So with such a successful platform there is no wonder many have tried to adapt […]

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-scrolling platformer. There’s a slight lack of character to the leads and the odd complaint here and there, but otherwise Juju is an excellent little […]

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. Medieval times, eh? Chivalry Medieval Warfare then, is a hack and slash, first person, online multiplayer […]

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 of Ancaria. This is the third game in the series but the first under developer Deep silver who acquired […]