Xbox Reviews

LEGO Worlds Review (Xbox One)

Lego Worlds is an interesting hybrid of a game. Departing from the traditional adventure-platformer style of previous Lego games, Lego Worlds is more of a creation game in the mold of Minecraft than a comical retelling of another franchise’s story. With a significant shakeup like this, though, the results are

Aaero Review

Life without music would not be worth living and to a lesser degree music in a video game is must. Sometimes it can break a game if the soundtrack is too repetitive or bland, while on the other hand it can set the mood and create the perfect atmosphere to

Tokyo 42 Review

Tokyo 42 is a new game from developers SMAC Games which released on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The game is a top down isometric action stealth open world type affair where your character has been framed and must enter the seedy world of assassins to try and solve the

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Review

Classic entertainment is constantly being mimicked, remade, or remastered with the end result depending on the care and love put in to breathe life back into the original. There will always be pros & cons when expanding on the original content, but there is usually a positive outcome when it

The Surge Review

Developer Deck 13 jump into the fray with their science fiction action adventure game The Surge which puts players into the shoes of an unwitting hero called Warren. The premise seems like standard video game fare with a global tech company looking to put right the wrongs of mankind through

Enter the Gungeon Review

Fans of the “Rogue-like” genre are in heaven with more and more indie developers pushing content on the market with each passing month. Enter the Gungeon aims to please aficionados with its gun based dungeon crawler which pits your character against a slew of enemies all trying to kill you