Xbox Reviews

Pharaonic Review

My reviews usually begin one of two ways: I either have a very specific joke or remark in mind to begin, or I stare at the screen until I think of one…or give up and just go with something basic. In the case of Pharaonic, I stared at the screen

140 Review

Occasionally a game comes along that intrigues the player by its design alone and keeps them pushing forward despite it lacking what so many other games offer. Jeppe Carlsen, who helped with the smash hit Limbo, developed 140 with the hopes to capture the core essence of platform gaming while

Recore Review – Xbox One & Windows 10 PC

Microsoft released their Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive Recore which has been developed by Comcept and Armature Studios of which legendary producer Keiji Inafune is a part of. Having created Dead Rising and Lost Planet amongst other things there’s quite some expectation from this game and in all honesty

Dead Rising HD Review

A brief introduction to Dead Rising sees the main protagonist Frank West, flying in a helicopter over the Willamette Shopping mall which is based on an alternate town in Colorado USA. Frank is a budding freelance journalist who has “covered wars you know” yet in his desire for success and

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 Review

Konami are at it again with their latest yearly release of Pro Evolution Soccer and this time you have to ask yourself is the update worthwhile and justifiable when each year the same claims are made that suggest improvements to an already pretty solid game. There’s one thing to consider

Redout Review – The New Wipeout in VR

Redout is the new high speed futuristic racing game from 34BigThings being inspired by games like F-Zero and Wipeout. The premise is simple, choose a craft and a circuit and either speed around the twisting tracks solo in Time Attack mode (and variations on the theme) or against 11 AI

One Piece Burning Blood PC Review

Bandai Namco Games released its arena based fighting game One Piece Burning Blood on the PS4, PS Vita and Xbox One back in May this year and some months later the PC version. It has to be said, what works for the Naruto anime series works for One Piece Pirate