Xbox Reviews

Wolfenstein II The New Colossus Review

Lead Character BJ Blazkowicz, aka “Terror-Billy” lead the assassination of Nazi General Deathshead in the previous game Wolfenstein The New Order but it was a short-lived victory which also left Blazkowicz a bit worse for wear. The Nazi grip on the American people intensifies leaving Billy and his band of

South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review

Trey Parker and Matt Stone turned an animated show into one of the longest running series that continually pushes the boundaries on socially sensitive subjects and stereotypes. The crass humor is one of the many charms of South Park, but what really keeps things going are the imaginative schemes and

The Evil Within 2 Review (video)

Shinji Mikami’s Tango Gameworks returns with The Evil Within 2 which follows the tale of lead protagonist Sebastian Castellanos and the mind changing Stem system which brought the horrors to life. Now his daughter is missing inside Stem and it’s up to Sebastian to go deep and retrieve her before

Middle Earth: Shadow Of War Review

Monolith return to the Lord of the Rings universe with the release of Middle Earth: Shadow of War which ups the stakes from the previous game Shadow of Mordor whilst offering a similar, more refined experience in the process. Aside from any controversies regarding the game’s loot box system is

NBA 2K18 Review

The sports genre use to be filled with a variety of options, but as videogames have evolved the average games that once flooded the market have fallen by the wayside leaving a choice few sitting at the top of the charts. NBA 2K is one such game that has climbed

Forza MotorSport 7 Review

It seems unbelievable that we’re already at Turn 10’s 7th Forza Motorsport game with their arrival of Forza MotorSport 7 (that’s not including spin-offs such as Forza Horizon). Going way back to the Xbox original in May 2005 and now some 12 years later we’re literally three generations apart in

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game Review

TT Games return with their latest LEGO game in the form of The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game which is available for console and PC audiences. It’s certainly familiar ground for those well versed in the regurgitated format here and if you’ve got youngsters eager to try out some moves