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Browse all of our detailed and informative Xbox One game reviews for the latest Microsoft Xbox One games from niche indies to big AAA titles.
A bit of a Drag
February 19, 2018 - Dragon Sinker's retro art style will immediately appeal to anyone who's fond of the original 8-bit Dragon Quest games. However, does this old-school RPG sink or swim?
Read more: Dragon Sinker Review
One bullet sure can kill a lot of people
February 16, 2018 - There's an ever-increasing amount of local competitive multiplayer games so here's a simple one that you may want to add to your collection. When you're ready, grab your favourite bullet and get ready to shoot your friends in the head.
Read more: Guilt Battle Arena Review
A naturally beautiful 3D platformer
February 15, 2018 - Abstract indie games come in all shapes and sizes from walking sims to point and click adventures. The question is; does Fe, a strange yet lovely 3D platformer, have what it takes to be a worthwhile experience?
Read more: Fe Review
Run 'n' gun with chums
February 13, 2018 - Contra and Metal Slug have stood the test of time as a couple of the best co-op shooters. So, how does this newly upgraded version of Mercenary Kings compare to the classics? Get your trigger finger ready and let's head to battle!
Read more: Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Edition Review
A Metroidvania worth its salt
February 12, 2018 - There may be a ton of indie 2D action games but they keep managing to innovate on established gameplay formulas. Dandara is a mix of Gravity Rush and Metroidvania but is that blend a little too salty?
Read more: Dandara Review
Embracing the grind
February 9, 2018 - As I approach hour 50 of Monster Hunter: World, there's still much to do. This is a game that just keeps on giving and if it gets its hooks into you, you'll be able to enjoy hundreds of hours of monster hunting entertainment.
Read more: Monster Hunter: World Review
Hyperactive fun for the whole family
February 6, 2018 - Party games aren't as plentiful as they once were so here's a game that'll help fill the void. Marooners is a simple and silly party game that's sure to delight fans of fast-paced bite-sized mini-games so invite your chums over and let's try it out.
Read more: Marooners Review
Keep calm and beat 'em up
February 5, 2018 - Indie interpretations of classic arcade brawlers don't always result in enjoyable experiences. However, Wulverblade brings the genre back to its roots with a fresh modern coat of paint that'll have you and a pal dismembering hordes of dastardly foes for hours.
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February 5, 2018 - Wryn is back to defend her title as The Greatest Hero of All Time. If you played Bleed last year, you'll know that it's a fast-paced, side-scrolling shooter. Bleed 2 plays exactly the same and will remind gamers of retro classics like Mega Man, Metal Slug, and Contra.
Read more: Bleed 2 Review
A classic indie that's a little Rusty
February 3, 2018 - Almost five years ago, 3DS owners were treated to the debut of a delightful mining 2D platformer. Rusty's little adventure has been ported to many consoles since and now you can join him on your newfangled Switch so let's head to the mines.
Read more: SteamWorld Dig Review