Being a big fan of Rocket League, I don't mind admitting there was some confusion when I first heard about 20XX (also the name of a fairly popular Black Market Decal on Psyonix's Supersonic acrobatic rocket-powered battle car title. While the game 20XX might also be an indie smash in the making, its much more … Continue reading 20XX – Review (Xbox One)
It's not that long ago I was reviewing the fantastic Onrush, but away from the power-ups, there's still plenty of arcade action across America, especially now we've got The Crew 2 spanning from New york to San Francisco in car, plane and boat. The first Crew title didn't quite get the following it deserved, it … Continue reading The Crew 2 – Review
Back in the 90's I lost count of the hours I put into games like Theme Park, Theme Hospital and later, the Rollercoaster Tycoon franchise, more recently Planet Coaster on the PC fulfills most of a park managers dreams, but on console's there's very limited choice. Jurassic World: Evolution doesn't just bring a decent park … Continue reading Jurassic World: Evolution
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
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