Xbox Reviews

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Review

Koji Igarashi released the side-scrolling action exploration cum platform game Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (Bloodstained) on consoles and PC. If you’re not familiar with his name then Igarashi’s credits include Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. Bloodstained bears a similar resemblance which is unsurprising really. It’s possible to view this

Mortal Kombat 11 Review

Four years passed since the last Mortal Kombat game and now in 2019 Mortal Kombat 11 (MK 11) enters the stage. US based developer NetherRealm Studios presents a definitive version of their fighting franchise which began way back in 1992. The series has seen several versions across multiple platforms since

Close to the Sun Review (Video & Text) 4K

Italian developers Storm in a Teacup released their SOMA, Outlast, Layers Of Fear inspired first person adventure game Close to the Sun on PC (console versions release later in 2019). The game’s setting is during the close of the 1800s and presents an art deco theme which likely will draw

World War Z Review

Sabre Interactive released their World War Z game via the Epic Games Store for PC and with a release on Xbox One and PS4. Without beating around the bush or offering any pleasantries, right off the bat it’s a Left 4 Dead clone in third person. Place a group of

Outward Review

After spending some time with Nine Dots Studios action role playing game Outward, it’s easy to come to the conclusion this isn’t a game for everyone. Its dated visuals and deliberately challenging gameplay mechanics will either have you chomping at the bit, or lapping it up like a cat with