Dontnod might be better known for the fantastic decision based story Life is Strange but the French developer treads new ground with the action RPG Vampyr. Set in early 1900's London, you take control of Doctor Jonathon Reid, waking dazed and injured after an attack you find yourself the newest recruit for the vampire club, … Continue reading Vampyr – Review
The best arcade driving game in over 10 years!
When Agony was first announced people took notice because of the promise of true horror, disturbing shock tactics and stalking scares looked set to shake up the horror game industry, but is the new title by MadMind Studio one hell of a game or caught up in it's own anguish. The game begins with you … Continue reading Agony – Review
Aragami sneaks onto the Xbox One with the Shadow Edition which includes the Nightfall expansion. While stealth games have become somewhat hard to find over recent years, plenty of titles instead give you an option of stealth, Aragami is a very different beast because if you try going in all guns blades blazing, you're going … Continue reading Aragami : Shadow Edition – Review
Earth Atlantis is a side-scrolling bullet-hell shooter from Pixel Perfex and Headup Games, originally released on the Nintendo Switch late last year, it's finally coming to Xbox One. It's late in the 21st century, the climate isn't changing it's completely shifted and now 96% of the Earth is submerged under water. The rise of the … Continue reading Earth Atlantis – Review
I've long been a fan of Rocket League, while it's almost 3 years old, I still fire it up for a game at least weekly, and along with it's online popularity, regular content updates keep the game improving month after month. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DMW4GaCfgw Psyonix have just announced the new Salty Shores Update will launch in Rocket League … Continue reading Rocket League – Salty Shores Update
Released a few short weeks ago, City of Brass is a promising rogue-like first person game based on the Arabian Nights theme. Armed with a whip and a sword, you're tasked with traversing twelve levels to escape the city cursed with those who have failed before you. Initially it's incredibly impressive, the sword feels strong … Continue reading City of Brass – review