Ever thought about owning a dream home... in space? Out of Space on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC, will allow you to live out those dreams, as you are tasked with working together with a friend to maintain such a lifestyle.
Can you remember back more than three decades? If you can't then you need not worry as The Occupation will be taking you back to 1987 - all in order for you to become a reporter and decide the narrative...
To hold its head up with the others, The King's Bird is a platformer that brings a heady mix of high octane gaming and a level of difficulty that can be very challenging. But does it keep you wanting to go back for more?
With party games on the rise once more however, it seems some developers are happy to return to simpler times, forgoing the need to always focus on vast in-depth stories and visual masterpieces to bring a memorable tale. Deadliners does just that, bringing players nothing but some classic party madness.
Creepy Road represents Russian indie studio Groovy Milk’s first ever game. A name like that would indicate something offbeat and weird; a game unlike most others. Creepy Road definitely fits this bill, and after seeing a release on Steam last May, it has now finally found its way to the Xbox One. But is it any good?
So, here’s the pitch. You’re a greedy little pea, who simply loves gold. All you can do is run and jump to traverse the Awesome Islands World, avoiding enemies and traps as well as collecting coins and gems on the way. Oh, and did I mention you are almost too cute for words? Now if that doesn’t sound, ahem, appealing, I don’t know what will.
Access Denied instantly conjures up memories of the multiplayer hoot that is “Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes”. In that game you have to work together to disarm a bomb. One player uses a physical instruction manual for direction on how to do this, as the other inputs the commands on screen. The look and feel of Access Denied has a lot in common with that game, but do the similarities only run skin deep?
We all love the satisfaction of finding where that last jigsaw puzzle piece goes, watching it slot neatly into place. But, did you know that this encourages the production of the chemical dopamine in the brain, which is a mood enhancer? This is one reason why completing a puzzle helps to release stress and tension. If you are feeling the pressure of modern life then you might like to try tuning out by playing Glass Masquerade on Xbox One.
“Almost There was designed specifically for fans of the hardcore platformer genre” - so say the publishing team at The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild. Well, taking one look at the platforming terrors that the game has to offer and we’ll be the first to agree…
Releasing a unique and original experience - or at least a memorable one - isn’t an easy task, especially if you want it to be memorable for all the right reasons. After spending several hours trying to avoid stacking my bike for the 100th time, it seems that Pumped BMX Pro may just have what it takes to create that classic yet simplistic experience we’ve all been looking for