João Xabregas (Th3 D4rK H4cK3r)

An Xbox gamer since the first console was released in 2002, thanks to the Halo franchise. After that my loyalty has been within the Xbox consoles, although I'm not the so called "fanboy" and I respect the preferences of each and every gamer in what comes to the system each one prefers to use to play their videogames. I consider myself a gamer that loves to play videogames just for the fun of it. My gamertag is next to my name feel free to add if you like

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JumpJet Rex Review

JumpJet Rex is the second game developed by the indie studio TreeFortress. The game was originally released on Steam in April 2015, and now, thanks to LOOT Interactive it has been ported into Xbox One.

Gryphon Knight Epic Review

The debut game from Brazilian indie studio Cyber Rhino Studios goes by the name of Gryphon Knight Epic. A 2D side-scrolling shoot-em-up that takes place in the medieval kingdom of Valiantskies, Gryphon Knight Epic was originally released on Steam in 2015 and has now made its way into Xbox One through the ID@Xbox program.

Teslagrad Review

Teslagrad is the first game developed by Rain Games to drop onto Xbox One. After its original release on Steam in 2013 and then on Playstation, it finally reaches Microsoft's baby. But is it any good? It most certainly looks the part!

Blast Em Bunnies Review

Blast ‘Em Bunnies is the newest game from Australian indie studio Nnooo, one in which you are put in control of a Bunny armed with upgradeable weapons, with your objective being to survive as many waves of various species of Evil Bunnies as possible, without forgetting you'll need to go up against the usual big Bosses as well. With the option to hold a singular weapon type, you stand on a platform in the middle of a field, rotating 360 degrees in all directions while trying to kill the Evil Bunnies before they kill you. The more Evil Bunnies you are able to kill and the more missions you complete, the more coins you will earn that can be used to buy some upgrades for your weapons and for yourself. Blast ‘Em Bunnies has a simple concept that might become monotonous after a while, but it doesn't stop it from being super addictive.

Dungeon of the Endless Review

Dungeon of the Endless has been developed by Amplitude Studios and originally released on Steam in 2014 - now though, it's made its way to Xbox One. The best way to describe it is as a mix of various game genres and multiple gameplay types all rolled into one single game. In DotE, you will find elements of RPG, dungeon crawling, tower defense, rogue-like, and turn-based scenarios.

Reagan Gorbachev Review

The plot of Reagan Gorbachev is fairly simplistic and possibly the most far-fetched and cheese filled that you're ever likely to see - one that puts you into the alternate year of 1986 where the US President Ronald Reagan and the last Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev have both been kidnapped by some militant extremists. Now they must team up and work side by side in order to save themselves, and the world, from a nuclear armageddon.

A Boy and His Blob Review

A Boy and His Blob was originally released back in 2009 for the Nintendo Wii, and it arrived to high acclaim, especially by fans of the old NES game 'A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia'. They were in fact overjoyed with the rebirth of this cult classic game. Six years have passed since the Wii release and now it's time for the adventures of A Boy and His Blob to arrive onto Xbox One, with pretty much a simple port from the Wii version.

The Living Dungeon Review

The Living Dungeon is an ever changing tabletop game where its environment is filled with monsters, traps and the worst of all the dangers on this deadly dungeon - other players. The board is made of square rooms that can be either seen as floating rooms above an abyss or as simple squares over a tavern table, and the players task will either be to kill other players or reach the exit in order to win the game.

Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space review

Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space is a game that combines elements of shooter, puzzle and action genres. You take the role of John T. Longley, a night guard in a secret laboratory who conducts research and mysterious experiments. One night a strange explosion occurs and John is sent to the basement of the facility. From there on in, your objective is to find your way out of the hell John is in - all whilst still breathing. To do that you will need to solve puzzles and defend yourself against the aliens who want to kill you.

Dungeon of the Endless Xbox One Preview

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to mix RPG dungeon crawling, rogue-like, turn-based gameplay and tower defense all into one game? Well, Amplitude Studios have the answer to that and it's called Dungeon of the Endless.

Rock Zombie Review

Rock Zombie, a game that was originally released on WiiU, then ported to Steam and tablets has now made its way onto Xbox One. This is a side-scrolling brawler where you control one of three witches, that are also members of a rock band, where everyone starts turning into zombies due to a green smoke. You have to battle through this zombie apocalypse in order to destroy the source of the green smoke using nothing more than their indestructible guitars and magic powers.

Forced Review

The graphical style, the isometric view, the fantasy theme; everyone remembers titles like Diablo 3 and Torchlight, but Forced is different in its nature. This is indeed an action RPG but is instead based in a number of arenas in which, either alone or with up to four players in co-op, you have to beat a series of increasingly powerful enemies using not only strength but also the ability to solve puzzles.

Bedlam – The Game Review

Bedlam: The Game is based on the novel of the same name written by Christopher Brookmyre, one in which the player is taken deep into the world of video games from the 90’s. In Bedlam, you take control of Heather Quinn, aka Athena, who is teleported from her day job as a programmer into the wild and wonderful world of Starfire, which just so happens to be a 90’s FPS. What she discovers throughout her bizarre and amazing journey is a bunch of interconnected worlds in a somewhat visual documentation of shooters and video games.

Crimsonland Review

Crimsonland was originally released in 2003 for Windows PC, and since then has gathered a huge fan community. In 2012, the game was submitted to Steam Greenlight, resulting in it becoming a huge hit in the Steam community. In 2014, 10tons decided to remaster it in order to release the game on the next-gen consoles, with PS4 the first to get it. Now it has reached Xbox One gamers...and being a fan of this insane game, I couldn’t be happier.

Castle Crashers Remastered Review

The wit and charm of The Behemoth’s creations are all evident in Castle Crashers Remastered. From the opening party full of knights throwing devil horns to gentle medieval music, to the utterly amazing end sequence (which, if you’ve never seen before, is pure delirious joy), Castle Crashers is an endearing, sometimes hilarious, experience full of visual gags and unapologetic silliness that’s helped along by Dan Paladin’s terrific art and animation.

Plague Inc: Evolved Review

Plague Inc: Evolved is a real-time strategy game where the player takes on the role of one of the available diseases; Bacteria, Virus, Fungus, Neural Worm, Parasite, Prion, Necroa Virus, Nano-virus and Bio-weapon. The objective with each disease is quite simple - to destroy all human life on Earth. It's a game of strategic biological genocide. It might sound awful, but it’s actually a deep, engaging strategy experience.

Standpoint Review

Standpoint is the first game by Unruly Attractions to hit Xbox One. A puzzle game filled with gravity shifting powers and gameplay set in amongst a labyrinth of puzzles, it's a bit like that found in Q.U.B.E.. Following the different stages of grief, the player must make it through all the tragic parts of a person’s life in order to finally reach full acceptance.

Extreme Exorcism Review

I ain't afraid of no ghosts...which is exactly why I'm the best person for the job when it comes to reviewing Extreme Exorcism on Xbox One!

Pumped BMX+ Review

It has been a while since a BMX game, or any other game for that matter, has given me enough headaches to make me want to smash my controller into the nearest wall. Pumped BMX+ however has this ability in spades.

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