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The Greatest Xbox One Games of March

Spring has sprung and a new frontier has emerged with many games you’ll definitely remember come the end of the year. But while looking forward is great, it's equally as good to occasionally look back. Here are 5 games that you certainly should remember, games that will remind you of why March is such an awesome month to be an Xbox player.

The Greatest Xbox One Games of February

February is the second month of the calendar year and it is here where the videogames industry tends to warm up, having seen this month host a decent range of Xbox One games over the years. Here is a showcase of Xbox games that have released in the month of February from years past, promising to keep you nice and toasty when it’s still frigid outside - and you don’t even need gloves!

Football Game Review

The fundamentals are fine, the little story of Tommy, his girlfriend and football is alright, but there’s just not enough going on here apart from dialogue skimming and minor point and click puzzling.

10 of the Worst Live-Action Xbox Game Trailers

There have been many live-action trailers over the years, but some of them sacrifice the soul of their games with cheap live-action trailers that fit awkwardly alongside the game being marketed-this list is about those games. So sit back, grab the popcorn, grab some cheap nasty cinema nachos and gawk as these 10 travesties unfurl right before your eyes in the form of scathing critique.

Greatest Games of January

January is a month of high anticipation in the videogame world. We anxiously yet optimistically yearn for what lies ahead with much fervour and excitement that we may fail to realise that January has itself unleashed some absolute corkers. So here is a list of January’s greatest hits since the release of the Xbox One. WARNING! This list includes lots of Resident Evil.

Narcos: Rise of the Cartels Review

Some may scoff at its barebones presentation and visuals, but forgiveness should be encouraged because the strategy elements and the ready appeal of placing units carefully to get the drop on the enemy is satisfying. As far as strategy games go, it’s a success.

Police Chase Review

If poorly conceived rush jobs are your bread and butter then Police Chase on Xbox One has you covered, but everyone else should steer well clear of this defective and shoddy trash fire.

Delta Squad Review

Delta Squad is okay for the price, but don’t expect more bang for your coins. You get a campaign, a survival mode and generally a time-waster that can be forgotten about in a day, mainly because you’ll be overwhelmingly bored of the tedium stemming from the procedural mission objectives, repetitive and toothless bullet-flying action, and cheap deaths.

5 Playstation Exclusives That Should Come To Xbox One

The battle between Xbox One and PS4 is a big one, but that doesn't mean the line can't be crossed every now and then. With that in mind, what Playstation exclusives would we love to see readily available on Xbox One? Well, these 5 would be great for starters...

5 Reasons The Need For Speed Franchise Should Take a Hiatus

Entering its 23rd year of existence, the Need For Speed franchise has promised, and on many occasions delivered, a scintillating and breakneck sense of speed accompanied by fast and frenetic racing. Lately though - and let's be blunt here - the series is better off being smothered to death with a duvet cover. Here are five big reasons why Need For Speed needs to at least take a sabbatical, and at most needs to crash through a windscreen and impale itself on a tree branch.

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Horizon Chase 2 Review

Horizon Chase 2 is capable of delivering many adrenaline fuelled moments.

Killer Klowns From Outer Space: The Game Review

If you are a fan of the asymmetric horror games that are already out there, Killer Klowns From Outer Space: The Game is an easy sell.

The Best New Xbox and Game Pass games releasing in June 2024

It’s June, and as we continue to look to the future, new games are found dropping onto Xbox and Game Pass in the month ahead. 

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...

Light it up with GameSir’s Officially Licensed for Xbox Kaleid and Kaleid Flux controllers

GameSir's latest options are that of the new Kaleid and Kaleid Flux controllers - both officially licensed for Xbox. 

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Horizon Chase 2 Review

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Killer Klowns From Outer Space: The Game Review

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Capes Review

Capes is a pretty accomplished tactics game, and while the story keeps you playing, all as you look to see what is going to happen, the hook to drag you back afterwards is a bit weaker.