Far Cry 5 : Review

Far Cry has always impressed me, from the feral roots of Instincts on the original Xbox to the lush open world of Far Cry 2, and the crazy but effective antagonists in Far Cry 3 and 4. I'm not ashamed to say I wasn't all that excited about the release of Far Cry 5, playing … Continue reading Far Cry 5 : Review

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Metropolis : Lux Obscura – Review

I enjoy match-three puzzle games, Bejewelled and Puzzle Quest stand out, but even today you will find me collecting heroes on Legendary (mobile), so when I saw Metropolis : Lux Obscura approaching release, the match-three action seemed just as enticing as the near soft-porn action shown in the screenshots. Starting Metropolis, you'll take control of … Continue reading Metropolis : Lux Obscura – Review

Claybook – Game Preview review

It took a while for the Xbox Game Preview Program to get running, but we're constantly seeing more and more titles make use of the open landscape of the preview program for the latter stages of development, allowing gamers to get hands on with the game before it's fully complete isn't everyone's cup of tea, … Continue reading Claybook – Game Preview review

Monster Energy Supercross – Review

I've always enjoyed a good Supercross game, even back to the early years of console gaming but as technology advanced, we get more action on screen and a more refined gameplay experience, so surely modern day Supercross titles will be among the best. Q1 brings us two Supercross games, but first out of the block … Continue reading Monster Energy Supercross – Review

Monster Hunter : World – Review

The Monster Hunter franchise has been around for almost a decade and a half, and while it's built up a massive fan base over the last 14 years, it's one game I've never really spent the time with, until now... so how does Monster Hunter : World treat a newbie. Over the last 30 years, … Continue reading Monster Hunter : World – Review

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter – Review

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter may have been around for three years, but it's finally arrived on the Xbox One, along with full 4K support and a new Free roam mode. The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is a story driven game from developers 'The Astronauts', Following our protagonist Paul Prospero, you're on the search for … Continue reading The Vanishing of Ethan Carter – Review