The Division 2: Warlords of New York expansion on Xbox One is a mid-sized expansion that delivers fun engaging gameplay and more of the brilliance of The Division, especially when you team up with others. When you take into account the price you’ll be found paying, it’s pretty fair considering just how much gameplay there is available.
While I'm pleased to say that Shadowkeep does deliver in terms of both story and things to do, it is not as “sparkly” new in terms of enemies and the like as Forsaken, with more of the beasts and baddies that are in place having been recycled from Destiny 1. The hive are a bit spikier and the buildings are covered in Fallen graffiti, and it has to be said that the Moon is more decrepit and crumbling and new areas have been added, but when it comes down to it things are not so much new as buffed up and rolled in a bit of glitter.
Underworld Ascendant is an immersive first person dungeon crawler that is heavily based around the much loved Underworld Ultima in which you play The Avatar (sadly not the airbending variety); a hero tasked with venturing into The Stygian Abyss, in order to do battle with the demon Typhon and his undead hordes.
Dark Quest 2 is a fun turn-based RPG set in a dark fantasy world. It doesn’t have the most original storyline, characters, or setting, but fans of dungeon crawlers will love its tactical gameplay and increasing difficulty levels.
What makes a great game? Is it length of story? Is it replayability? I think the key to a really great game is one that keeps sucking you back in even if you've played the thing to death. So here's a list of Xbox games that just won't quit...
A lot has been said about Bioware's looter shooter Anthem, numerous YouTube types and reviewers alike all have an opinion, usually negative, about the game itself whether it be the perceived lack of endgame, or, EA... well being EA really... Everyone has an opinion. The game itself hasn't been helped by tales of a dying player base, rumoured monetisation practices and quite a lot of unfounded “why Anthem sucks now” opinion pieces splashed around the internet.
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.