Xbox Reviews

Kingdom Come Deliverance Review

Warhorse Studios epic action role playing game Kingdom Come Deliverance has released after years of development and a successful Kickstarter campaign. Gamers on consoles and PC can enjoy the adventures of lead character Henry in the world of Bohemia as he rises from son of village blacksmith to noble knight.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Review

The best way for me to start this review is by stating something that I haven’t seen repeated enough: Dragon Ball FighterZ is a perfect storm. With the relatively recent resurgence of fighting games in the last generation, along with the continual growth of the popularity of eSports, Dragon Ball

Monster Hunter World Review

Capcom’s Monster Hunter World joins the long running series as it appears on Xbox One and PS4 for the first time (PC later in 2018) having had more recent exclusivity with Nintendo. The gameplay premise is simple, but is wrapped up in a package that at first glance might appear

LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2 Review

TT Games and Warner Bros. are back with the latest LEGO game which by now sees the developers reaching well into double figures with the LEGO franchise. Cue LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2 which is a sequel to the previous game (released October 2013) although not directly as this is a

Sonic Forces Review

Sonic Team are back with the latest game featuring the lovable Sonic the Hedgehog character in Sonic Forces. It’s a bit of a budget game coming in at just under £25 but aims to offer a quick and easy route into 3D and 2D sonic mastery. All said and done

The Sims 4 Review

EA and Maxis finally bring their life simulation game The Sims 4 to consoles having been available for quite some time now on PC. Now you can live out your fantasies or those of others in this time consuming game but having already been available on PC with a ton

Star Wars Battlefront II Review

EA/Criteron has touted its Star Wars Battlefront II as the definitive Star Wars experience for gamers but sadly this lofty claim is tarnished not only by some questionable design choices, but a game of two halves which fail to ignite the Star Wars spark. So whether you are a fan