Category Archives: Xbox One 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 […]

Microsoft E3 press conference roundup

We’ve been looking forward to this since the moment last year’s Microsoft E3 press conference ended, and finally, after months of rumours – including a bunch of predictions from our selves – it’s here again. Join us as we round-up the announcements from Microsoft’s E3 2016 conference. Remarkably, the conference started on time, with Phil […]

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Russia review

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles concludes with Russia, a country in the midst of war. You play as Nikolai Orelov, an assassin loyal to the creed, but whose main concern is for the safety of his family. During his final mission for the Brotherhood he becomes emotionally attached to a young Russian princess – Orelov turns against his […]

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 story focuses on your father, the King, who while entertaining what appears to be the majority of enemy types you will […]

Krinkle Krusher review

When I’m thinking of my most favourite games genre, Tower Defence sadly doesn’t feature too highly on that list. When I saw that Krinkle Krusher, by Brazilian developer; Ilusis Interactive Graphics, was a new twist on Tower Defence, I was intrigued. The trailers made it look a fun-filled way to spend some time. Would Krinkle […]

Fortified! review

Fortified! melds 1950s sci-fi with tower defence wonderfully. Alien saucers and a plethora of robots that wouldn’t look out of place in films such as Lost in Space and War of the Worlds, march forwards towards rockets armed with nuclear warheads, as you and up to three fellow heroes protect these rockets over multiple attacking […]

Hyperdrive Massacre review

Hyperdrive Massacre offers a pick-up and play local multiplayer experience that’s ideal for relaxed fun with friends, yet has enough depth to entice you into mastering its mechanics for more competitive play. As such it’s easy to recommend if you’re in the mood for some 80s style multiplayer, although the restriction to local play is […]

LEGO Marvel’s Avengers review

The absolutely stunning Avengers film hit the silver screen in 2012 with immense critical success. What was surprising is that TT Games didn’t follow up the film’s release with their special brand of LEGO humour, instead we saw LEGO Marvel Super Heroes the following year. One thing I love most about the LEGO games (besides […]

Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink review

Dr. Ambrose Ink, one of the greatest minds of the technical revolution, has been investigating a series of earthquakes which have been destroying the world’s cities in its wake. His research has led him to the quiet mountain-side town of Hochwald, where events take a turn for the worst. In an attempt to stop Dr. […]

This War of Mine: The Little Ones review

There have been plenty of games about war, but they have almost always been from the perspective of the soldier – isn’t it about a time we played something from a civilian’s perspective? 11 bit studios released This War of Mine back in 2014 on PC and explored this very theme – now it’s on Xbox […]