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Stellatum on Xbox One certainly catches the eye at first, and the upgrade system adds a basic element of strategy. However, despite being playable, it runs out of ideas quickly and starts to feel like a grind, which makes it hard to recommend.
The Utopia expansion is an excellent piece of DLC for the already very good Stellaris: Console Edition on Xbox One - particularly if you are happy to drop in many more hours of game time.
As gamers we strive to get better every day. Whilst that is considerably harder for us older ones than the young whippersnappers who seem to be taking down every leaderboard and speedrun challenge in sight, there is always be the opportunity for some to thrive. And with Stretch Arcade launching on Xbox One, making your brain, and your fingers, fast is all par for the course.
Have you ever taken part in strategic battles that span an entire star system? If not then Worbital on Xbox One may be of interest as you’ll control a planet and be able to use doomsday style technology to dominate the rest of the solar system.
Bandai Namco and Spike Chunsoft (Jump Force) have announced the closed beta dates for their upcoming action fighting game One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows. Would you like to know how you’ll be able to participate and get a taste of what’s to come?
Cazzarion arrives on the Xbox as part of the Xbox Live Creators Program – a partnership where Xbox owners can self-publish onto the Xbox Store without concept approval providing Xbox Live is integrated into the game. It is heavily inspired by Space Invaders but throws a few extras in to help separate it from one of the forefathers of gaming.
Remember Asteroids? You know, one of the founding members of the early gaming scene and a forebearer to what we know and love. Well, Super Star Blast is basically Asteroids, just for a slightly more modern day gamer. But it’s also a grind. A massive grind.
“Pulse pounding” and “stunning” are just a few words that are used to describe the action on offer in Subdivision Infinity DX, at least according to the official synopsis, and in a competitive market games such as this really have to stand out from the rest.
Gorgeous visuals, pulse pounding audio, and the promise of space shooting sci-fi. Today all of that and a ton more comes to Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC with the release of Subdivision Infinity DX.
Ever since the release of Asteroids back in the late 1970s, the space shooting theme has been one that the gaming industry has consistently flocked to. Now though there's a new game on the scene, and this one looks to take huge inspiration from those which have gone before it to deliver a challenging space shooter to the modern day gamer. Super Star Blast is that game. And it's available now on Xbox One.
If you're after a bit of 3D space shooting, want some intense dogfighting action and wish to be wowed by a beautiful set of visuals, then Subdivision Infinity DX is the game for you. And today it is that game which is getting itself a confirmed release date, with August looking to be a very healthy month for gamers.
As the hype train of E3 comes to a stop for another year, it’s high-time for indies to come into the limelight. LOST ORBIT: Terminal Velocity, the definitive edition of LOST ORBIT which debuted on PS4 and PC a few years back, is one such title, and it'll be coming to Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC real soon.
It’s easy to make the Asteroids (Atari, 1980) comparison as soon as you see Super Space Serpent Secondary Edition (SE), which is actually an enhanced version of the original, and very quietly released, PlayStation Vita game from 2015. Super Space Serpent now returns with more flash and bang and is, at least for the time being, an Xbox One exclusive title.
The team at Haemimont and Paradox Interactive have been busy since the release of Surviving Mars with free updates and DLC galore. Todays release of the Green Planet DLC simply asks the question: What if we no longer thought of the Red Planet as the Red Planet?
Online games are a fast-growing part of the gaming world. They're perfect for playing when you're away from your gaming console, or just don't fancy the significant investment a traditional PC game requires.
I’m not quite old enough to have headed out to the arcades to play games; thankfully I’ve always had the luxury of being able to play at home. Part of me wishes I could have been part of that community though, if only for the social aspect, something that is predominantly an online affair these days. Thanks to the wonders of technology though a single disc can now squeeze in 14 of these arcade machines, and 36 home console releases, rather easily. It is here where we see the entrance of Atari Flashback Classics Volume 3 on Xbox One.
It promises to be the biggest and most exciting update for Elite Dangerous yet and today Frontier Developments have announced full details, and the arrival date, for Elite Dangerous: Beyond - Chapter Four.
The summer is well and truly over, but you could still take a digital vacation to the exotic lands of Arcade Islands; a place where you can find a whopping collection of 33 family-friendly games to venture into. What we really want to know is, does Arcade Islands: Volume One have a shed load of addictive and enjoyable offerings within it, or have developers Teyon gone for quantity over quality?
It was back in the early stages of 2017 when we saw Atari deliver no less than 100 of their classic games to Xbox One, with the addition of the Atari Flashback Classics Volume 1 and Volume 2 bundles to the Xbox Store. Well, now they are back with the third edition of their series.
It may promise to be a serious game about astrophysics, one that spouts on about having no weapons or killings, but the comic setting and the fact that utterly horrible accidents may occur, still means that Adios Amigos could well be a hugely fun experience. And besides, astrophysics IS fun!
The support for Starpoint Gemini Warlords on Xbox One continues to see the game evolve and today we are seeing another free update hit - one which brings a myriad of fixes and improvements.
After bringing the classic Blood Bowl board game series to console and PC with two faithful adaptations, Cyanide Studio are back and this time they are taking on another firm favourite within the Warhammer 40,000 universe with a new turn-based tactical game, Space Hulk: Tactics.
Put your guns down and step away from the fast cars - all you have to do in Vostok Inc is make money. Lots and lots of money!
There it was, happily sitting at the back of the galaxy, minding its own little business for years on end. Until one day the powers that be decided that Pluto was no longer worthy of planet status. It is from there with which we pick up the story of Plutobi: The Dwarf Planet Tales.