Xbox Reviews

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

Need For Speed Payback Review

The Need For Speed series has been around for quite some time now (1994 onwards) and since its early beginnings has evolved into something entirely different than mere street racing and evading cops. Now in 2017 there is a desire to tell a story and put players into the hot-seat

Call of Duty WWII Review

It’s that time again where Activision unleash the latest Call of Duty game. We have had the stints in the future, the modern take on warfare and now a return to the realism of World War II; pastures well-trodden from times past, so why revisit again you might ask. To

Assassin’s Creed Origins Review

It is hard to fault companies for churning out new renditions of a successful franchise year after year, especially with Assassin’s Creed that even made it to the big screen. Gamers feel the sting of mundane tasks and repetitive story lines that seem to span from the original release to

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