That’s another week done and dusted, so it’s probably best we take a look back at the very best Xbox One and Xbox 360 news, reviews, videos and opinions from the last seven days eh!?
If you’ve been away between the 24th-30th Jan 2016, then make sure you swot up on these beauties pretty soonish.
If ever there were a group of heroes who deserve the PlatinumGames treatment, it’s those heroes in a half shell.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will soon be back and with the power and might of PlatinumGames and Activision behind them, chances are their latest jaunt around (and under) the streets of Manhattan will be a good un. With some gorgeous visuals and an original story from one of the current TMNT series writers, we are expecting good things from the four player online co-op brawler later this year,
When the team behind the awesome Criterion Games and Burnout series get back together, it usually means you should sit up and take notice.
That is exactly what happened this last week as Dangerous Golf was announced by Three Fields Entertainment. Consisting of the guys behind some of the most awesome racers ever created, Dangerous Golf may sound like it’ll only appeal to those who have a penchant for ruining a good walk…but we beg to differ.
With some madcap courses and a completely new way of playing the wonderful game of golf, May 2016 can’t come soon enough as it promises to be filled with destruction and silliness. Two of our favourite things then!
As one month ends, another begins and that signals the beginning of a number of new free titles on both Xbox One and Xbox 360. February 2016 is no different as the Xbox Games With Gold titles have been announced. Unfortunately, a sigh of disappointment hit the interweb shortly after the announcement…it’s certainly not the strongest month for free stuff and on the back of the rather awesome free titles that were given away throughout January, most definitely fails to deliver
But hey, if we don’t have to pay for a game, then all is good. Isn’t it?
What’s the worst that could happen? We’ve got ourselves a group of kids, a strange mysterious island and a military base that was once used to conduct numerous high level experiments. Should all be straightforward enough then!
Oxenfree has recently arrived on the Xbox One Games Store and without beating around the bush, is one of the best games you can buy right now. It may be a digital only title, but that means it has a price tag to match and so if you’re looking for something with charming visuals, a great script and stunning voice acting that will keep you busy for a day or two, then you should be checking it out.
Our review tells you why!
99.99% of video games have a villain. Seems like a good plan to take a look at some of the most memorable then doesn’t it?
Alec decided just that and has detailed some of the most recognisable villains in recent video game history. You may not agree with his choices, and whilst he’s tried not to include the ‘best’ villains, instead plumping for those who leave a lasting impression, you can’t ignore the fact that once you come across the five detailed in his article, you’ll be hard pushed to forget them in a hurry.
Who is on the list? Well, why don’t you check the article out? We’d love to know who you do or don’t agree with! Chances are that bloke down below will be pretty high on the list though!
So that’s it for this week, with a nice blend of news, reviews and opinions for you to sink your teeth into. What will we have for you next time? You’ll have to wait another seven days to find out!
Catch ya soon.