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Unepic Review

If Dark Souls was a two dimensional, action-RPG platformer then Unepic would certainly be it.

Top 10 most anticipated Xbox One games of 2016

With Christmas and the New Year out of the way I’m sure there are plenty of new Xbox One owners who are wondering just what they are going to spend their money on this year. That means it’s time for a run-down of the top 10 most anticipated games of 2016.

Top 5 Hardest Xbox One Game Completions of 2015

In my last post I gave my opinion on the easiest game completions of 2015 and now it’s time to go to the other end of the spectrum by taking a look at the top 5 most difficult and/or longest game completions from this year. Seriously, these games have some extremely annoying and tricky achievements so you’ll need to be prepared for a massive grind to 100% them.

Top 5 Easiest Xbox One Game Completions of 2015

With 2015 over and with many games released during the year, I felt as though I would provide a quick top five list of easy game completions on the Xbox One. Bear in mind I have also based this on how enjoyable these are to play, so even if you are not an achievement hunter, these are actually very fun games and will take you no more than a few of hours to complete each. Also please bear in mind that the days of bashing the A button for a few seconds in order to unlock 1000G are long gone!

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Review

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is an interesting slant on online multiplayer. It utilises its medieval setting to create a unique experience that is thoroughly enjoyable. From its deep combat system; to the Plethora of maps and game modes, Chivarly doesn’t fail to deliver on its promise to take combat from the 21st century and plunge it back into the medieval era. The game manages to deliver all this in a delightfully gory way, however it does have a few major pitfalls which kept its sword wielding combat from being the homage to such films as Gladiator I hoped it would be.

What To Expect In “Hitman”

In March of 2016, IO-Interactive and Squre Enix will release the latest game in the HITMAN series, and the first for consoles since 2012's HITMAN: ABSOLUTION. At this stage, with roughly three months to go until the release, we don't yet know that much about what will differentiate this from other HITMAN games. However, here's a little bit about what we do know.

Fallout 4 – Is it all that?

Fallout 4 was one of the most anticipated releases of this generation. Ever since its surprise reveal by Bethesda at E3, fans and newcomers to the series have been eager to see how Bethesda would be able to redefine the open world genre as games, like its predecessor Fallout 3, and the likes of Oblivion and Skyrim had done in the past. But is it all that?

Knight Squad Review

Knight Squad is a uniquely refreshing take on the arcade arena genre. It breaks the conventions that medieval games usuall entail - that of bashing shields and riding on horse back while arrows rain down from the sky, and does something unexpected with its medieval setting. Rather than sticking to the more serious tones of medieval warfare; it takes great pleasure in acting as more of the court jester of the arcade world...in a very interesting way.

Games you wouldn’t play on your Xbox

The Xbox world is huge but sometimes we’d like to take the opportunity to check out something a little different, opening up a question that we are wondering about ourselves; one which opens up the world of gaming possibilities and versatility.

How Xbox Changed the World

Ever since good old Tim Berners-Lee gave us the gift of the internet back in 1989 the World Wide Web has been expanding and evolving beyond our wildest dreams. It has improved our daily lives in more ways than we can count, giving us unlimited possibilities in the realms of communication and interaction, and it has most certainly changed the face of gaming, forever.

Will Microsoft Be Competing With Mobile in the Living Room?

What we once thought of as another way to waste time while waiting in line or riding the bus has quickly become the preferred way for many to find their gaming fix. With the continual rise of the mobile marketplace, casual gaming platforms are looking to expand their reach to the living room.

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Hands-on with Valorant on Xbox – the next big shooter to take the console market by storm

Valorant on Xbox is an ultra-competitive, free-to-play FPS that will have you sweating from tension.

5 of the best fishing games on Xbox One

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.

Looking Back to 2012 and the super sexy combos of Devil May Cry HD Collection

For those of you who have been living under a rock or deep in the jungle for the last ten years, the Devil May Cry games feature a protagonist called Dante. And this is Dante when he was just effortlessly cool...

#BLUD Review

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Goat Simulator 3 adds the Multiverse of Nonsense DLC

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Democracy 4: Console Edition Review

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Downward: Enhanced Edition Review

Downward: Enhanced Edition is a bit of a bargain. The parkour elements are fun, as it allows the player to zip and jump around, whilst the exploration of a ruined world brings secrets to the fore.