Carlos Santuana (Sly Boogie1993)

After 20 years of playing every game I can get my hands on, I can now be found selling my soul for anything Resident Evil, Gears of War, or Gamerscore related... all of which will be mastered after a good cuppa!

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Jalopy Review – Time for a family adventure!

If you’re looking for a unique adventure of exploration and don’t mind a slow build-up, Jalopy on Xbox One isn’t a bad shout.

Tetsumo Party Review – There’s a hole in this wall!

Should you be after a game that can provide hours of fun or even some engaging experiences with friends, then Tetsumo Party isn’t likely to be your go-to game. It has a nice idea and if done better - dare I say maybe even with Kinect from back in the day - we could have been looking at a very interesting game. Sadly, that’s not the case


For a yearly release based on one of the biggest racing franchises, NASCAR Heat 4 doesn’t quite do it justice and even though those wanting a functional racer will find enough to be going on with, there aren't many reasons to pick this over any other racer on the market.

DAYMARE: 1998 – Welcome Home Horror

When it comes to survival horror, the first thing that many will want to talk about are the classic titles that kicked it all off; the Resident Evil’s and the Silent Hill’s of this world. Of course, since that point, survival horror has come a long way, evolving a lot, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t people out there who appreciate the roots of where it all began. With DAYMARE: 1998, that’s what the focus is centred around.

The Surge 2 Review – A Surge Too Far?

If you’re a fan of the original outing in The Surge universe and have been craving more of that futuristic Dark Souls feel, then The Surge 2 isn’t a bad way to get your fill.

Gravity Duck Review

If you’re after a game that you can whizz through in one sitting to boost your Gamerscore that little further then this one may be for you.

World of Warships: Legends Review

World of Warships: Legends delivers another fantastic showing from the ‘World of’ series on console and ensures that players have an engaging and accessible title that can be enjoyed for hours on end.

Remnant: From the Ashes Review – Soulsborne with guns!

If you’re after a new RPG adventure, there are few titles besides a Dark Souls adventure that will keep you engaged quite like Remnant: From the Ashes!

WRC 8 Review – FIA sponsored, FIA quality!

If you’re a fan of WRC, want a new racer to keep things a little exciting and fancy pushing your car through some of the finest licensed tracks in the world, then WRC 8 is probably going to be a good buy for you.

Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville sees a mad arrival on Xbox One, PS4 and PC with the Founders Edition

If you’re a fan of the undead and find yourself appreciating the odd brightly coloured flowers from time to time, then chances are the surprise sudden release of Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville in Founders Edition form may just be something you will want to be getting involved in!

WRC 8 brings the FIA’s finest competition to Xbox One, PS4 and PC

Think you need more rally in your life? Think you’ve got what it takes to master 100+ courses that bring some of the toughest terrains and hardest challenges a professional rally driver can face? Maybe you think you could pip the rest to take the official WRC Championship title from some of the greatest racers in the world? WRC 8 is the challenge for you!

Hitman raises his head but how good are the Xbox Games With Gold freebies for September 2019?

With Gamescom having just gone and Halloween starting to appear on the horizon, it can only mean that ‘the horror-days are coming’. Man of Medan and Blair Witch are now both here to scare the living daylights out of all who dare come near, and so it’s hard to think you should be focusing on anything else. But let’s not get hasty as first of all we still have all those free games to look through courtesy of the Xbox Games With Gold program for September 2019. So let’s dive straight in and see whether or not you should be bothering with the latest batch of Xbox Games With Gold freebies.

MXGP 2019 Review – Mud, Sweat and Gears

Bike fans don’t have a ton of things to complain about, and with fantastic visuals and capable – albeit simplistic - game modes on offer, there is still some fun to be had with MXGP 2019.

Riverbond Review

Riverbond on Xbox One isn’t likely to be a game that adults will fall in love with due to the repetitive nature, but the game does a fantastic job of appealing to the younger gamer

Wreckfest brings the ultimate smash and crash to Xbox One and PS4

Are you a racing fan but are getting fed up of all the track rules and regulations? Do you have a rebellious side each time someone comes through with a dirty overtake forcing you to tail them until the next clean sweeping opportunity? Are there times you just want to throw that rule book out of the window and hurl your hunk of metal at full speed into the side of every other car out there? If that’s a yes, yes, and a definite yes, then Wreckfest is about to become a dream come true.

Wreckfest Review – The return of Destruction Derby!

It’s hectic, it’s engaging and it’s complete carnage. In fact, it’s the Wreckfest that we’ve all been waiting for!

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review – Not quite B.J.

In a series first, Wolfenstein: Youngblood takes things forward with an all new approach - a focus on co-operative gameplay.

Exception Review – Rotation, Rotation, Rotation!

If you like bright lights, music that can carry a beat and have a tendency to dip into the speedrunning market, then Exception on Xbox One is a game you can certainly find enjoyment in.

Welcome to Hanwell Review

Welcome to Hanwell is played out from a first-person perspective and focuses more on running away and hiding from the grotesque enemies that lay within the darkened corridors and hallways, rather than combat.

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Forza Horizon 5 Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges Guide Series 36 – Summer

Cars and coffee, eh? Those are two of the things I like in real life, but now they have come to Forza Horizon 5 and Series 36 of the Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges.

5 of the best fishing games on Xbox One

As I've played almost every fishing experience that you can find on the big black box, I thought I'd attempt to rank them, nailing a list consisting of 5 of the best fishing games on Xbox One, if you will.

Looking Back to 2012 and the super sexy combos of Devil May Cry HD Collection

For those of you who have been living under a rock or deep in the jungle for the last ten years, the Devil May Cry games feature a protagonist called Dante. And this is Dante when he was just effortlessly cool...

F1 Manager 2024 Review

F1 Manager 2024 - the most rich iteration of the F1 management sim series to date.

5 of the best tennis games on Xbox

What tennis games should you play on Xbox? And do any of them hit the heights found in Top Spin and Virtua Tennis? Grab your racket and get ready to hit some balls - these are the best tennis games for Xbox that you can play today.

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F1 Manager 2024 Review

F1 Manager 2024 - the most rich iteration of the F1 management sim series to date.

Aimlabs Review

Aimlabs is a very difficult game to score, mainly because it’s not really a ‘game’ and nothing else like it exists on the Xbox.

Lakeview Cabin Collection Review

Lakeview Cabin Collection is full of inventiveness, playing out as a homage to the golden era of horror movies. For that, it should be applauded.

Dungeons of Hinterberg Review

Dungeons of Hinterberg is proof that a mash-ups of genres can work.

Go Go Jump!!! Review

Go Go Jump!!! falls short of its potential thanks to its unique selling point doubling up as its achilles heel.