Neil Watton

An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.

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Tenderfoot Tactics tiptoes onto Xbox and Play Anywhere

Tenderfoot Tactics is likely to appeal massively to a certain type of gamer. That should be especially true now that it is on Xbox. 

Zombies don’t stand a chance as Geometric Sniper Z releases on Xbox

First it was the opportunity to become a Geometric Sniper. Then we started to spill some Blood in Paris. Now it's all about taking down the undead as Geometric Sniper Z lines up the shots on Xbox. 

Call to arms – ‘Overwhelmingly Positive’ rated ROUNDS is now on Xbox

You can't get much better than some 20,000 Overwhelmingly Positive reviews on Steam. But with great acclaim comes great pressure. It's that in which there's a bit of a call to arms, as ROUNDS launches on Xbox. 

Swing, dash, flip, zip, trick and yo-yo – Penny’s Big Breakaway is available now!

Ready to swing, dash, flip, zip and trick your way through Penny’s Big Breakaway?

A bolt of new horror – Pinball M expands with System Shock

In recent months we've been flipping for our lives, with the horrors found in Pinball M. Today, a new bolt from the blue hits home as Zen Studios build on the scares with System Shock Pinball. 

It’s time to PlateUp! on Game Pass, Xbox, Switch and PlayStation 

It's fair to say that PlateUp! has gone down an absolute storm on PC. But now it's time for Game Pass, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation players to get involved in the cooking and management roguelike. 

Invector: Rhythm Galaxy Review 

Invector: Rhythm Galaxy may well appeal to many, especially those who previously loved the AVICII instalment

The Lords of Exile seek a Valentine’s vengeance!

Are you ready to embark on a quest for revenge? Wanna do it in an 8-bit style? The Lords of Exile are ready for action on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC. 

Save the kingdom in Arzette: The Jewel of Faramore with physical and digital release

No matter whether you hold out for a disc with a physical drop, or prefer the digital way of life, Limited Run Games and Seedy Eye Software have your back with the release of Arzette: The Jewel of Faramore on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. 

Swerve to the Beach with new AEW: Fight Forever DLC

Still taking to the ring with AEW: Fight Forever? Well, it's time to Swerve to the Beach with some all new content. 

A cheap mess – Ultra Foodmess Deluxe is on Xbox

We're not really sure why Ultra Foodmess Deluxe has popped up on the Xbox Store today.

Unlock the mysteries of time with GENIE Reprise

No matter whether you take it in on Xbox or PlayStation, the tale stays the same. GENIE Reprise is full of mystery, as you head in to a surreal, fantastical world.

A new threat rises in the Demon Scourge for SpellForce: Conquest of Eo

Previously found love with 2023's SpellForce: Conquest of Eo? Well, a new threat is rising... 

Set sail with Skull and Bones NOW!

Skull and Bones, Ubisoft's pirate adventure long in the making is finally here. And you can get playing it right now on Xbox, PlayStation or PC. What are you waiting for? There are new lands to discover. 

Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden is available on Xbox, PlayStation, PC

Part compelling narrative, part dynamic combat system, all action RPG. The latest from DON'T NOD and Focus Entertainment is a bit of a stunner. Are you ready for Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden?

Become an Airhead on Xbox, PlayStation, PC and Amazon Luna

Metroidvania-styled puzzle platformer your bag, but need it to deliver a twist? It's time to become an Airhead. 

Sweepstakes Casinos: Reshaping the Future of iGaming in the United States

For many people, the word sweepstake is associated with competitions and giveaways. However, the term also now represents a revolutionary change in the world...

Prepare to laugh out loud with Whirlight – No Time To Trip in 2025

2025 huh. Long way away, yes? Well, you'd be right, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't get ready to laugh out loud with a new time-traveling point-and-click adventure with Whirlight - No Time To Trip.

Parkour and platform madness – Prisonela DX releases on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch

If you're looking for a little indie game to while away the hours, you can rely on Ratalaika Games to deliver it. This week's offering from the prolific indie publisher is that of Prisonela DX on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. 

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