Xbox Reviews

Black Ops 4 Solo Player Review

Treyarch released its latest Call of Duty Game with the aptly named Black Ops 4 on consoles and PC. Right out of the gate Black Ops 4 does not feature any single-player campaign. Treyarch made no secret of this fact during the game’s development which possibly split opinion for some

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Review X1/PC

Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed games span many time periods across a number of locations making for a diverse series. The latest, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey puts players inside the Peloponnesian War in Greece. The story takes place 400 years prior to the previous game Assassin’s Creed Origins. The game development handled by

Transference Review

Transference is a new cinematic experience from Ubisoft which offers around one and half hours of psychological thriller theatrics. Without going into any details whatsoever due to potential spoilers, the game is a first person adventure. The game is playable in 2D or VR which is neat. We must mention

We Happy Few Review

Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few has been in development for quite some time and has finally released on Xbox One, PS4 and PC outside of its early access roots. The game tells the tale of an alternate 1960s England under the rule of the Germans after they win the world

This is the Police 2 Review

Following on from This is the Police which released in 2016, This is the Police 2 opts to present a much grander offering consisting of various styles mashed together into a jack-of-all-trades type experience. Part visual novel, part management sim and part turn-based tactical RPG. Developers Weappy have moved on

Thief of Thieves Review

Based on the best-selling comic by Robert Kirkman, Rival Games’ Thief of Thieves: Season One is a story of Celia, an upcoming thief in a circle of thieves who undertake crimes across the globe. Taking on a comic-book approach for its cutscenes and offering players some freedom of movement during