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.
January 30, 2017
Loot Gaming – January 2017 Unboxed
The year is 2017, the month is January and this is the captain’s log for the latest unboxing of Loot Gaming’s monthly crate subscription. Sometimes Loot Gaming come up with top drawer exclusive items, and indeed last month the standard was very high, featuring an awesome Assassin’s Creed tee. Now, we boldly venture into Space to see what’s present in the latest crate and to decide whether it’s out of this world.
December 20, 2016
Loot Gaming – December 2016 Unboxed
It’s time to embark on a mythical journey of discovery, to find out exactly what the latest edition of Loot Gaming has to offer. The previous box of goodies, Rumble, was rather underwhelming in terms of representing exclusivity, with a bog-standard Funko collectible causing the most disappointment. Now though, we are delving deep into the Mythic crate, which has a lot to do in order to restore my faith in the value of the subscription.
November 22, 2016
Loot Gaming – November 2016 Unboxed
The latest crate to arrive from the Loot Gaming subscription is the Rumble one, and as always seems to be the way at the moment, it has to follow a cracking crate. Battleground brought collectibles and reading material, as well as cool gadget that’ll come in very handy. What on earth can Rumble do to match, or outdo the previous crate? Well, having stuff from extremely popular franchises certainly helps!
November 20, 2016
Web based Casino games that would flourish on Xbox One
There are all manner of games and apps available on Xbox One with nearly every single gaming genre ever created covered with a great deal of depth. But there are a few missed opportunities and with web-based casino titles available on a fairly readily basis on PC, it seems like it should only be a matter of time before we see some of them make their way over to our beloved Xbox’s. But what would we like to see? Well, the following would be great for starters.
October 19, 2016
Would Rooney’s career be a better fit for FIFA 17’s Journey
EA opted to make a change to their FIFA franchise with the addition of Journey mode for FIFA 17. Gamers take on the role of Alex Hunter and his rise to prominence from the youth team all the way to the starting line-up of his Premier League outfit. Playing as the 17-year-old the user gets to feel the highs and lows of life at the highest level of the professional game, making crucial decisions for Hunter on the way that define his career.
October 18, 2016
Loot Gaming – October 2016 Unboxed
Last month, I implored you to get signed up to a Loot Gaming subscription in time for the Battleground themed box for October. If you picked it up then there’s a virtual high-five coming your way, if not, then let’s have a look at what you could’ve been unboxing this month. Can Battleground outdo the delights of the Mecha crate? More importantly, was it worth the monthly fee?
October 5, 2016
TheXboxHub’s official Forza Horizon 3 Car Club is open and looking for new members!
If you're not currently playing Forza Horizon 3 on Xbox One then you don't know what you're missing. If you are though, you'll understand that the Car Club is a hugely important aspect. Which is why we've got one...one that we'd love you to join.
September 7, 2016
Xbox One S + Hue + DreamScreen = A Stunning Light Show
When you get access to a TV backlight kit and a new indie title arrives on Xbox One which utilises colour in a way that hasn't been seen before, then you just have to put the two together. So we did!
September 7, 2016
Loot Gaming – September 2016 Unboxed
The latest crate of gaming goodness, the Mecha themed Loot Gaming September 2016 box, has arrived from Loot Crate’s monthly subscription service. With a generally earmarked value of around $60 per package, is the crate of 4-6 items worth picking up? We take a look at the contents of ‘Mecha’ and determine whether it lives up to the expectations.
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