The Xbox news has continued to flow for another week, with TheXboxHub bringing all manner of new articles, hot reviews and gorgeous videos. Which were our favourite stories of the week? We round up the best from the 8th – 14th May 2016.
With DOOM out of the way, one of the biggest upcoming releases has to be that of the new Turtles game. We have complete and utter trust in PlatinumGames. Don’t we?
Released this last week are four new character trailers for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan. They do exactly as they say on the tin, showcasing some of the unique fighting styles and personalities that the heroes in a halfshell will be bringing to our consoles in just a couple of weeks time.
You really don’t want to be missing these. It’s going to be awesome!
Do you have an EA Access pass? Do you like free stuff? The EA Access Vault can now sort you out with another free game.
EA Sports Rory McIlroy PGA Tour may not have wowed the crowds in the same way the entire Tiger Woods series used to do, but with the game now included in the Vault, with zero payment required, you’d be a bit of a fool to miss out.
Free is free you know. We can’t complain about that!
When a developer drops their debut title onto Xbox One you could be forgiven for letting them get away with something a little slack. Combine their initial foray with a ‘retro masterpiece’ tag and you can understand why we were a little sceptical about checking out Mystery Castle.
But from the very first minute our worries were eased as we quickly discovered Runestone Games had indeed delivered a puzzling masterpiece that really must be played. Our full review gives you the complete details.
We love to tell you about the good games. Unfortunately occasionally we also have to tell you about the bad ones. Grand Prix Rock ‘N Racing falls into the latter camp.
EnjoyUp Games have arrived back on Xbox One with their new top down racer and after the issues present with their previous title, Rock ‘N Racing Off Road DX, we were hoping that the problems would be ironed out and we’d be left with a fairly decent little racer.
We were wrong…and our full review tells you exactly why!
We leave you this week with our video review of SUPERHOT. The time bending puzzler is well worth your cash but if you don’t fancy reading a load of text, you can now sit back, relax and listen in to our thoughts.
We’d love to know what you think. Catch you soon.