Xbox One Reviews (Page 17)
A prehistoric space adventure
April 30, 2016 - Humankind often underestimates the intelligence of dinosaurs. We forget that they pioneered space travel and worked tirelessly to protect the Earth from an oncoming asteroid. Thankfully, JumpJet Rex is here to remind us of their heroism.
Read more: JumpJet Rex Review
Ignore your invitation
April 29, 2016 - Noisy neighbours can be a huge pain in the butt. You may ask yourself, what's the best way to deal with them? Write a letter? Confront them directly? How about murder them and all their friends? Yeah, that'll work.
Read more: Party Hard Review
No, this isn't the new Pokemon
April 27, 2016 - Stylish 2D physics-based platformers are nothing new. However, the unique and simplistic gameplay of The Sun and Moon gets straight to the core of what makes them enjoyable so read on and see if it's worth jumping around for.
Read more: The Sun and Moon Review
Time to buy some fortifying shampoo
April 25, 2016 - Everyone's favourite hair-whipping half-genie is back for her third adventure. Although it's been around a while, you can now play it on almost every major console. So, let's see if Shantae still delivers the high quality platforming that we're used to.
Read more: Shantae and the Pirate's Curse Review
Relight the flame
April 21, 2016 - As one of the most anticipated video games of 2016, Dark Souls III is finally available. After exploring its massive world filled with sinister demons, does it do enough to distinguish itself from previous installments?
Read more: Dark Souls III Review
The Buster Bros. bust it up again
April 19, 2016 - When it comes to arcade classics that should be remade, it's a perfect time to unleash this long lost cooperative bubble-busting gem. The Buster Bros. have been around since 1989, so let's see how gracefully they've aged.
Read more: Pang Adventures Review
As hardcore as dungeon RPGs get
April 11, 2016 - Over the decades, RPGs have evolved into an entirely different beast. Whereas epic stories, stylish characters, and breathtaking cinematics are now the norm, the concept of carving your own path in a mysterious world is much harder to come by nowadays.
Read more: Stranger of Sword City Review
Warning: bullets are more dangerous than they appear
April 7, 2016 - Two of the most hardcore genres in gaming are twin-stick shooters and roguelikes. Enter the Gungeon combines these in one over-the-top arcade-like experience, so grab your favourite firearm and let's explore the Gungeon.
Read more: Enter the Gungeon Review
Baller action with a side of Danish
April 6, 2016 - If there's one sport that's underrepresented in gaming, it's dodgeball. Stikbold may not aim to reinvent the genre, but its wacky and simple gameplay is definitely worth taking a few balls to the face for.
Read more: Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure Review
A game that's worth a thousand words
April 4, 2016 - From Bookworm to Alphabear, games where you spell words have definitely found an audience. Now that Grimm has put his scythe in the ring, let's see how Letter Quest fits into the genre.
Read more: Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey Remastered Review