Xbox One & Xbox 360 – In Stores This Week 27th February – 5th March 2017
Prepare to be tormented by the walking dead if you are looking for a new game from this week’s new releases hitting the stores for the Xbox One.
February 25, 2017
Are the free Xbox Games With Gold titles for March 2017 any good?
A new month is on the horizon and that means four new free Xbox games will soon be available to download - at least if you are the proud holder of a valid Xbox Live Gold membership. But after a fairly solid couple of recent offerings being sent our way, do the free Xbox Games With Gold titles for March 2017 deliver the goods?
February 24, 2017
Which Gaming Genres are missing from the Xbox?
A quick look at some of the biggest Xbox games of last year reveals an endless succession of first-person shooters. And whilst blasting your opponents into oblivion is pretty good fun, it can get a little same-y after a while.
February 20, 2017
Astroneer – Hands-On Xbox One Preview
After a few experiences with games in their pre-release forms, I’ve learnt to lower my expectations for preview games. At first, it’s a strange concept: playing a game that’s not finished. And if not approached correctly, a pre-release experience can give you a totally warped impression of a game. The trick is seeing potential. You’ve got to look at the game for what it’s going to be instead of what it is right now.
So imagine my shock when I booted up Astroneer and found a game that – even in its pre-alpha state – was addictive and refined.
February 20, 2017
Xbox One & Xbox 360 – In Stores This Week 20th – 26th February 2017
There’s only one game heading to stores this week for Xbox One and, if strategy is your thing then, it’ll surely put your tactical nous to the test.
February 19, 2017
Pit People Impressions – Xbox One Game Preview
Gah, the wait has been un-bear-able!
The Behemoth are back with another tasty treat - this time it's called Pit People, and it is positively brimming with potential. As you could probably guess, the game is out as an Xbox One Game Preview title, and it is shaping up to be a quality RPG with tasteful comedy backing it.
February 15, 2017
Ghost Recon: Wildlands Closed Beta Impressions – Was it any good?
Ubisoft have been big on open-world games in recent years and 2017 looks to be no different with the arrival of Ghost Recon Wildlands just around the corner. But with Ghost Recon jumping into new territory for the series with an open-world approach this time round, will the same magic that was brought into the series with Ghost Recon: Future Soldier be retained, or is this the start of a completely new direction for the series?
February 13, 2017
5 of the best Xbox One games to make (or break) your Valentine’s Day
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but its nearly that time of year again. The time where young couples have a romantic date at their local McDonald's, staring longingly at each other over a McFlurry, whilst old couples, typically sick of the sight of each other, are forced to make an effort on this special day. Yes that’s right it’s Valentine’s Day!
But don’t go running to the nearest supermarket for a card just yet, because here are TheXboxHub’s Top 5 games for Valentine’s Day to get you back in the good books:
February 13, 2017
Xbox One & Xbox 360 – In Stores This Week 13th – 19th February 2017
If you want to add to your Xbox One gaming library this week, it all depends on whether you prefer pure melee combat or to pick off the enemies from range.
February 10, 2017
Is it worth heading back to Liberty City and GTA IV via Xbox One Backwards Compatibility?
Sure, there’s been tons of games added since the introduction of backwards compatibility, and with over 300 titles now available, you can only applaud the effort put in by the team over at Xbox, especially as some of those titles now include some of the best games of last generation, but there’s still a big portion of our favourite titles that are yet to arrive.
As of now, however, some of those cries for another top title were answered with the arrival of Grand Theft Auto IV and its accompanying DLC, Episodes from Liberty City. But whilst it’s nice to see another top title make its way to Xbox One via backwards compatibility, is it really worth returning to Liberty City for another [...]
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