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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Glorious Savior is an everlasting tale about a hero and a sword!

Glorious Savior may have an interesting premise, but if you've played any of the absolute shedloads of KEMCO games that have released in recent years, you should know what to expect. 

The pulp action survival horror of Outer Terror hits console

Love a bit of pulp action survival horror? The bullet hell fun of Outer Terror brings that to Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch.

Get your coffee fix with Coffee, Plis on Xbox

Available right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, joining a previous drop on Nintendo Switch and some upcoming play on Steam, is Coffee, Plis.

The World After is a point-and-click FMV set in a pandemic lockdown

The World After is a brand new sci-fi full-motion video adventure game experience.

Battlefield 4 Second Assault DLC confirmed.

Hot on the heels of the China Rising DLC news, we can now tell you that the Xbox One version of Battlefield 4 will...

The first Thief trailer – Basso’s Gamble.

Thief is due out on Xbox 360 and Xbox One near the start of next year and to get the excitement rolling, a series...

GTA Stimulus package to finally hit home next week?

In what seems like a never ending story, the GTA stimulus compensation pack looks like it may now get to us next week. After missing...

Ryse Son of Rome season pass and DLC details announced.

Xbox One exclusive title Ryse: Son of Rome is another that is being dealt the season pass hand. There will be four content packs released...

Call of Duty Ghosts spectacular Free Fall gameplay trailer

Another Call of Duty Ghosts trailer for you to admire, this time covering some gameplay from the downloadable Free Fall map. Be ready for plenty...

Blood Knights – Out now on Xbox Live Arcade.

A Friday release again for the Xbox Live Arcade, today we see Blood Knights released. Blood Knights is a hack and slashing RPG set in...

A World of Keflings now free to Xbox Live Gold members.

As announced yesterday, if you are an Xbox Live Gold member, the first November Games With Gold title can now be downloaded for free. A...

South Park The Stick of Truth delayed. Gameplay trailer drops.

There's a bit of bad news and a bit of good news with regards to South Park The Stick of Truth today. Want the bad...

A World Of Keflings and Iron Brigade to go free in Novembers Xbox Live Games With Gold promotion.

As many of you will now know, the Xbox Live Games With Gold promotion has been extended for the foreseeable future. That means, all...

How To Survive gets first piece of DLC, the Heat Wave pack.

With no XBLA release today, you may want to check out last weeks Wednesday title, How To Survive. If you do, then you might...

Saints Row IV Super Saints and BradyGames DLC packs out now.

If there were ever a game that lent itself to downloadable content, it is Saints Row IV. Already plastered with the stuff, Deep Silver...

Massive list of 42 new cars added to the Forza 5 garage.

Although Turn 10 have been throwing car lists out each and every week, this time round they've gone a little crazy and given us...

The Walking Dead Season 2 and Game of the Year details released.

As previously promised, Telltale Games have announced details for both The Walking Dead Season 2 AND a game of the year edition of the...

All new Bloodbath trailer released. Xbox release date still to be confirmed.

You may or may not have heard of Bloodbath. Whichever way, it's coming to a console near you soon and to get you in...

Battlefield 4 premium content inc. China Rising dated.

Snapped up Battlefield 4 yet? Had a gander at their social service Battlelog? It seems to have thrown out some tasty details. First up, the...

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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.

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