Xbox One Reviews (Page 15)
September 8, 2016 - Two years after launching on Steam, Claire makes her way onto PS4 and Xbox One with an Extended Cut re-release. Are you ready to face your pixelated fears?
Read more: Claire: Extended Cut Review
Big unfriendly giants
September 8, 2016 - Jotun's a game that demands you impress the gods to progress. But is it impressive enough to warrant a purchase?
Read more: Jotun: Valhalla Edition Review
Move to the beat
September 7, 2016 - First released on PC in 2013, rhythm-platformer 140 now bounces its way onto consoles. Does its minimalistic style hit all the right notes or fail to strike a chord?
Read more: 140 Review
A new approach to puzzle solving
September 4, 2016 - Screen-wrapping is almost as old as gaming itself (think Asteroids, Pac-Man and even 1962's Spacewar!). Four Sided Fantasy builds its puzzles around this concept, allowing you to "lock" the screen at any moment and screen-wrap to another side of it.
Read more: Four Sided Fantasy Review
A piece of shift
September 1, 2016 - The classic shoot 'em up formula is hard to screw up. All you need is solid gameplay and over-the-top action and there you go; a decent shmup is born. So, where did Solar Shifter EX go so horribly wrong?
Read more: Solar Shifter EX Review
Hey, that rhymes
August 30, 2016 - Looking like a cross between Limbo and Apotheon, Hue is a charming puzzle-platformer that distinguishes itself by employing a unique colour-switching ability as its chief mechanic.
Read more: Hue Review
Gotta go fast
August 29, 2016 - As the second console game from Slender: The Arrival developers Blue Isle Studios, Valley ditches jump scares for exploration. But can it do for adventure games what Slender did for horror?
Read more: Valley Review
The best game about pie charts you'll ever play
August 27, 2016 - After launching as a PS Vita exclusive as plain old Metrico in 2014, Metrico+ is now releasing for current gen consoles and PC with a reworked control system, new features and a fancy plus sign after its name.
Read more: Metrico+ Review
Worms of Mass Destruction
August 25, 2016 - This latest entry in the long-running Worms series tries to inject some variation into the mix with the introduction of some high-powered vehicles and a crafting system. But, is that enough to differentiate it from previous games?
Read more: Worms W.M.D Review
The Neverhood lives on
August 23, 2016 - You don't see that many claymation games anymore. Thankfully, Doug TenNapel and gang are back to show gamers just how awesome the art form is. However, does their new game live up to their previous triumphs?
Read more: Armikrog Review