I've been an Xbox gamer for as long as I can remember, and that is my platform of choice.
I can be found diving into the latest RPGs, shredding some tread in the Forza Horizon games, taking on some tricky situations in puzzle games and blasting hordes of enemies in FPS titles. You won't see me playing simulator, sports or horror games though! Gamertag is HalScape, feel free to add me 🙂
All in all, Mask of Mists is an okay action-adventure game, but is a fantastic puzzle game. There’s enough complexity in the puzzles to make them interesting and give you a sense of accomplishment, but they are simple enough to not be frustrating.
Space Station Sprint is lacking polish and feels like something in early access. There’s a number of bugs here and the simple gameplay can leave you feeling bored after an hour or two of playing. With missions being essentially the same throughout, there’s no real sense of accomplishment. It’ll tide you over for a bit, but don’t go in expecting anything more than that.
Deadly Days won’t blow your socks off but it will scratch that rogue-lite itch. If you want something to keep you occupied for a good number of hours, love retro-styled graphics and have no issues with dying over-and-over again, then this is definitely a title for you.
With Left 4 Dead, Turtle Rock Studios brought a new way to gather your friends and slay some zombies. Evolve took that formula and replaced the zombies with alien creatures. Now, TRS is at it again with Back 4 Blood. Returning to the world of the undead, the open beta for Back 4 Blood has given us a glimpse of what we can expect when the game launches fully in October.
We were just putting up our feet with some mulled wine when we got jabbed in the ribs. Apparently actual bonafide games are being released in December 2023. And a GOTY contender no less! We had factored in a snooze, and our plans have gone to pot.
Currently in Early Access on PC, Merge Games have announced the full release date for their teeny tiny open-world multiplayer survival game - Smalland: Survive the Wilds. And as they do so, Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 versions are confirmed.