Xbox 360 games compatible with Xbox One
Beware! de Blob
March 5, 2018 - Only a few months after gamers were treated to an enhanced version of the fantastic and underrated de Blob, we can now enjoy its sequel. However, is de Blob 2 as absorbing as its predecessor? Get ready to paint the town and let's find out.
Read more: de Blob 2 Review
April 22, 2017 - Goat Simulator's fourth piece of DLC has landed on consoles. Is it worth adding to your collection or will you end up feeling fleeced?
Read more: Goat Simulator: Waste of Space Review
Didn't I already review this?
November 4, 2016 - Whenever a better version of a game releases, it's usually difficult to know whether it's worth purchasing again. Infinite Burst definitely improves on the original Bullet Soul, but is it enough to warrant downloading as well?
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Classic shmup gameplay with a twist
September 26, 2016 - Once in a while, a game releases without many people noticing. Bullet Soul recently arrived on Xbox 360 and it's a pretty interesting shoot 'em up so let's take to the skies and see if it has enough soul to be a worthwhile shooter.
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The meat that's tough to beat
October 8, 2015 - After almost five years, everyone's favourite meaty adventure is now available on PlayStation. Considering there's really nothing new to see, the question is; will it be worth picking up for newcomers to the world of meat?
Read more: Super Meat Boy Review
This castle is a creature of Chaos
April 8, 2015 - With countless Metroidvania games being released, it's a good time to revisit the origins of the genre. Symphony of the Night boldly took the Castlevania series in a new direction by incorporating exploration as the main gameplay mechanic in a similar fashion to the already established Metroid series. The result was one of the greatest video games ever crafted. As the 100th review on Video Chums, I invite you to join me in celebrating this brilliant example of gaming perfection in a modern review of a timeless classic.
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Bear witness to the most daring stuntman since Super Dave Osborne
January 12, 2015 - Joe is back and now he wants to be a movie star. Why not give him a hand by controlling him through many different movie sets while driving a variety of vehicles? Trust me, it'll be fun! But, be careful; Danger is involved.
Read more: Joe Danger 2: The Movie Review
Yet another story about a pink panda and his shaman dad
December 26, 2014 - 2D platformers come in all shapes and sizes and Juju is one that doesn't deviate much but remains a solid experience from start to finish. Fans of the genre will find some enjoyment in it, but is it worth a download? The short answer is... probably.
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The king of twin stick shooters returns
November 26, 2014 - It's been a long time since the last Geometry Wars was released and the wait was worth it. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions improves the classic twin stick shooter formula with new three dimensional playfields and tons of content that will have players hooked for days.
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Peggle's as addictive as ever
September 11, 2014 - Peggle had many gamers sent to rehab due to its addictive nature and its sequel is no different. Peggle 2 takes the basic Peggle formula and presents it in one beautiful package.
Read more: Peggle 2 Review
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