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After a successful Kickstarter campaign back in August 2015, there have been many eagerly awaiting the full release of Everspace. As someone who dived in early when Everspace arrived on the Xbox Game Preview program back in September, I too was eager to see what this indie space faring adventure would become. The visuals looked fantastic, the gameplay was enjoyable, despite not having a massive amount to do, and the combat was just what I had expected from the rather exciting looking trailer. But that was nine months ago, and now it’s time to dive back in once more with the full release. Have the guys over at ROCKFISH Games been able to retain the magic of the early preview, or has Everspace got lost in the far reaches of the galaxy?
You may already know of Space Hulk: Deathwing... whether that be because you're a Warhammer fan, or a PC gamer. Well, today a whole host of new gamers should be getting to know it as an Enhanced Edition of the game has been announced for consoles.
Elite Dangerous continues to evolve and today Frontier Developments have confirmed that Horizons 2.3 - The Commanders AND a free update will be delivering new content and experiences for all players.
First up, a confession. I loved the first Mass Effect game and couldn't stop playing it until I finished it completely, then immediately embarked on a Renegade Shep playthrough. When Mass Effect 2 came along, I was so excited that I didn't bother reading any reviews, I just went and bought it and started to play. However, the new direction that that game had gone down didn't sit very well with me, and I never finished it, or even bothered to start Mass Effect 3. So now with the launch of Mass Effect: Andromeda, have EA and Bioware managed to recapture the spirit of the first game or am I doomed to disappointment again? With hope in my heart, I fired it up and blasted off.
This week’s latest releases appear to take an old school approach to gaming, with two of the three Xbox One titles bringing a whole load of classics to the modern era.
It's your chance to head back to the golden age of video games, as a couple of Atari bundles have arrived on Xbox One, bringing multiple classics your way.
Centipede, Swordquest, Asteroids, Major Havoc. Ah, the golden age of video gaming was great...but right now we can play all the Atari classic in one place - on our Xbox One!
The lure of a twin stick shooter is sometimes too much to turn down, drawing me in with the opportunity of fast paced destruction and the chance to climb numerous worldwide leaderboards, besting my friends scores in the process. So when I heard that In Space We Brawl was the latest twin sticker to arrive on the Xbox One Games Store I just had to have a look - especially with it coming in the guise of a Full Arsenal Edition. I’m now regretting that decision...but it’s not only because there isn’t a leaderboard in sight!
Warner Bros have today announced that the latest Level Packs and Fun Packs for LEGO Dimensions have arrived!
In space, no one can hear you scream. They can however watch you brawl it out to your hearts content on Xbox One.
Hyperdrive Massacre is exactly what it says on the tin; a super fast game that gives the player the ability to continually destroy their friends in a variety of game modes over and over again. Its simple controls coupled with its fast paced action creates an experience that can be enjoyed by you and up to three other friends. Although it isn't without its faults, Hyperdrive managed to keep me, and a number of my friends, coming back to test out each others massacring ability time and time again.
Rarely do video games cross my path where, after a spot of research before the game drops onto the store, I still cannot fathom what on earth it is all about. G Prime: Into The Rain could easily be classed as one of such games. Billed by the developers Soma Games as a Steampunk, slingshot puzzler no matter what I read or saw, I just didn’t get it.
It's time to fire yourself back into space as Rebel Galaxy appears on the Xbox One Games Store.
Love it or hate it, backwards compatibility is here to stay and ahead of it's full launch later this week, Mike Ybarra has confirmed the first set of Xbox 360 titles which you'll be able to play on Xbox One!
It was a good six months ago that we were able to tell you that ORBIT would be making it's way to Xbox One and PC. Well, now we have a release date to share with you...and you won't be waiting very long at all!
Anyone who knows us will know how much we love Kinect. The much maligned technology deserves better in our opinion and so any game that makes the very most of the tech is something that makes us sit up and get excited. With that in mind and with Squid Hero for Kinect releasing soon, we took some time to quiz Aki Kanerva about the Virtual Air Guitar Company's latest Xbox One title.
You may have already heard about Rebel Galaxy and its 2015 release on various formats. Well good news, because Xbox One has now been added to the list of launch consoles.
Habitat: A Thousand Generations In Orbit is making its way to Xbox One via the power of [email protected] and Kickstarter. We managed to grab a quick Q&A with the game’s designer and head honcho at 4gency, Charles Cox.