Once more we’ve been there and done that in the Xbox world with another huge number of articles dropping on our pages between the 3rd-9th July 2016. Want a round up of the very best pieces? We’ve got you sorted.
Exclusive Q&A with Ty Taylor regarding Tumblestone and its arrival as an Xbox One Games With Gold title
It’s not everyday that you are able to talk to one of the main men behind one of the latest puzzle games to drop onto Xbox One, so when we managed to grab an exclusive interview with Ty Taylor from The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, the studio that have brought us Tumblestone, we jumped at the opportunity.
Among many other things, we asked Ty about how Tumblestone has put a new twist onto the classic ’match 3’ genre, and also how we can expect the multiplayer modes to play out in the game. So, if you are looking to pick up the game as an Xbox Games for Gold freebie, then be sure to check out our Q&A.
After many days playing Inside, running away from escape dogs and gunmen, trying againsts all hope to escape the nasty people that have the sole purpose of taking us out, we have finally managed to put all our thoughts into one review. In fact, we decide once and for all if Inside has lived up to its hype, and whether it beats its brother, LIMBO?
We give detail into whether the atmospheric, creepy tone of Inside fits well into its monochrome setting, and exactly how much the puzzles will want us to rip our hair out. After LIMBO’s success back on Xbox 360, surely Inside will reflect this success… well, you will just have to see for yourself.
3 words. Red. Dead. Redemption.
Words that send a tingle of excitement down any Xbox gamer’s spine. And now we are able to enjoy those cowboy adventures on Xbox One. But, if you haven’t stepped into the boots of John Marston before or just want to see what it is all about, then look no further than our 5 reasons why you should play (or replay) everyones favourite cowboy based open world outing on Xbox One.
After releasing a few weeks ago in the heat of E3, we give our thoughts on Trials of the Blood Dragon; a crossover of the tough-as-nails Trials games, and the wacky and colourful 80’s aesthetic of Blood Dragon.
Has the concept of mixing the two games gone down beautifully, or has the idea fallen short. Tobias gives his personal opinion on how the chaos of Blood Dragon has had an effect on the conventional Trials gameplay, and what new systems have been implemented into the game to make it the most enjoyable it can be.
So, that’s another week of 2016 done and dusted, but we leave you this time around with a look at the blockbuster year that has currently been. With Triple-A titles dropping left, right and centre over the course of the year, how could you possibly pick the 5 best retail games from 2016 so far?
Well, do not fear, as we have spared you the brainpower and compiled a list of the 5 hottest Xbox One games of 2016 – so far.
Be sure to give it a look, as it could be the deciding factor in persuading you to splash some cash on one of the games of the year so far.
Catch you next week!