Burrowed amongst the glitz and glamour of Microsoft’s 2017 E3 press conference was a promising new 3D platformer that left Xbox fans with an intrigued sense of anticipation for the arrival of a small hero, and the adventures that he would pursue. With November finally arriving we now have the chance to play as our furry friend and see if the excitement that surrounded the game's E3 debut was short-lived, or whether it has improved with the release of the full experience.
From the Shanghai-based developer, Chesstar Studio, comes Lilith-M, a wonderful little indie puzzler that produces a stern test of patience and precision. This quirky indie title shines an intriguing light on the world of puzzle games, while offering its players a clear sense of satisfaction as they make their way through the levels.
What better way to celebrate your team’s triumphs and anguishes of the latest NFL season than by jumping right into EA’s latest instalment of the Madden series? Whether it is screaming for non-existent pass interference calls, celebrating as your star wide receiver makes a crucial play down the field, or hiding your face as the opposition quarterbacks begin to haunt your team's defence, one thing is for certain, Madden is back, and it is as impressive as ever.
In this 2D point and click adventure, Daedalic Entertainment treat us to an immersing adaptation of Ken Follett’s book The Pillars of the Earth in a game that truly captures the epic vision Follett presented to his fans back in 1989.
Once again August has retained its name as being the noticeable calm before the storm, as we move towards the imminent arrival of the blockbuster triple A games quickly heading our way. Along with some potential surprise packages, our ever-growing wish lists will soon be freshly swamped over as the rest of 2017 is set up to be a highly anticipated time for gamers.
The last quarter of our gaming calendar is always one of pure excitement as new developers, along with our favourite ones, turn up to give us their latest titles. Games that introduce us to new heroes and transport us into imaginative new worlds are set up, ready and waiting to be delivered to fans in what is shaping up to be a great Autumn for Xbox.
Autumn can also be that dreadful time of year when the same old questions begin to close in on your mind once again. Which games are going to make the cut, and which ones will have to be bought at a later date?
In a game where colour is both friend and enemy, 13AM Games have delivered a platformer that is both testing and rewarding. The tricky nature of its adventure modes along with the fast pace of its multiplayer, allows for a healthy balance between gameplay that leaves you with a great deal of satisfaction throughout your time with it
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.
There are a ton of 2D action-platformer titles out there, with satisfying combat systems to guide you through a mysterious story - take Dead Cells, for example. However, we don’t think there have been many that are as cryptic and vague as Nocturnal.