Vampyr – Review

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

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Earth Atlantis – 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

Rocket League – Salty Shores Update

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

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

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

X-morph Defense – Game Review

I've always enjoyed a good tower-defense title, but those that have really stood out are the few that merge other genres, Sanctum 2 gave a FPS direction, Toy soldiers with in-turret controls and now X-Morph Defense add's twin-stick SHMUP to the fray. Emergency services rush to the scene as an alien craft known as a … Continue reading X-morph Defense – Game Review