XBLA reviews

Life Is Strange Episode 4: Dark Room Review

It’s time to get stuck into “Dark Room” and see if it can keep up the great storytelling but also maybe add a few decent puzzles to make it more tasking.

Game of Thrones – A Telltale Games Series Episode Five: A Nest of Vipers – Review

This penultimate episode has the job of putting the finishing touches to a climatic build, let’s take a look at whether A Nest of Vipers manages to deliver.

Marvel’s Ant-Man Pinball FX2 Table – Review

Zen Studios have been able to transfer Ant-Man from the big screen to the Pinball FX2 catalogue of tables. Is there anything new it can bring to the table?

Tales From The Borderlands Episode 3: Catch a Ride Review

So, it was a long old wait for a new chapter in the Tales From The Borderlands episodic adventure, was it worth holding out for?

Portal – Pinball FX2 Table Review

Everyone’s favourite artificially intelligent computer, GLaDOS, is back with a vengeance in the latest Zen Studios pinball table. It looks set to be one of the most adventurous adaptations by Zen. Will this successful puzzler platform game transfer well into the world of pinball?

The Wolf Among Us Episode 2: Smoke & Mirrors Review

The Wolf Among Us: Faith was a great start to the series. We were introduced to many of the fables frequenting Fabletown and now Smoke & Mirrors continues the investigations of Bigby Wolf in his hunt for a possible serial killer.

The Wolf Among Us Episode 1: Faith Review

Back in 2012, The Walking Dead Season One became one of the Xbox 360’s biggest hits. It was such a success that anything coming out with Telltale Games’ name attached has got to be worth a look and that means The Wolf Among Us is a title that just has to be played.

Rekoil: Liberator Xbox 360 Review

Online only titles are difficult things to get right. It should be oh so simple; there’s no campaign to bother with and no story to write. All you need, are a load of guns, a load of maps and a load of people playing.

Cubicity – The Xbox Indie Review – UPDATED!

Cubicity was previously taken off the Indie market due to numerous errors. Has it been fixed enough to now be playable and more to the point, is it worth the cash?

The Raven – Legacy of a Master Thief Review

Available for download from the Xbox Live Arcade, The Raven - Legacy of a Master Thief is a single player, point-and-click adventure game which puts you in the role of a Swiss policeman out to unravel the mystery surrounding the theft of a priceless jewel.

Contrast Review

Contrast: The use of opposing elements, such as colors, forms, or lines, in proximity to produce an intensified effect in a work of art. All...

The Bridge – The XBLA Review

Puzzlers. I don’t think there’s another genre that splits a gaming community like them. You are either happy to sit around for hours trying...

Final Exam XBLA Review

Final Exam is an action 2.5D sidescrolling Xbox Live Arcade game developed by Mighty Rocket Studios and published by Focus Home Interactive. It seemed...

How To Survive – The Review

Everyone loves a bit of zombie slaying, which really should mean you’ll be wanting to take a look EKO Softwares Xbox Live Arcade title, How To Survive. But how does it stack up? We hopefully answer all in our review.

Magrunner Dark Pulse – The Xbox 360 Review

Magrunner is a first person puzzle game developed by a small indie developing firm, Frogwares. After first being released on the PC in the...

HEXODIUS – The Review

Coming from Brain Slap Studios, a small independent French developer, Hexodius is a twin stick shooter in which you take on numerous enemies in...

DuckTales Remastered – The Review

Bagpuss, Dangermouse, He-Man, King Rollo, Muppet Babies. Ah the 80’s. A time of fun, crazy clothes and superb cartoons. Video games were rather innocent affairs,...

Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons – The Review

Occasionally a game comes along that you just have to play. Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons is one such game. But what makes this one of those must plays you ask? Is it the storytelling? Is it the twin stick mechanics?

Narco Terror – The Review

Narco Terror runs with the promising tagline ‘Dishing out justice, one grenade at a time’. The problem is we’ve seen taglines like this before...

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