Reviews

  • Review | Merek’s Market

    The core offering is meaty enough for the low price point, not forgetting the co-op fun on offer on top of the campaign, which sadly misses a trick with no online functionality. Overall, this has been one of my favourite indie games I've had the…

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  • Review | The Artful Escape

    Come on a journey The word journey feels like such an appropriate one when discussing The Artful Escape. Not only is the game itself centered around the journey of its protagonist Francis Vendetti, but those who checked out my preview of the game will know…

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  • Headset showdown! | Xbox Wireless Headset vs Corsair HS75 XB

    Our tech-savvy friend and guest writer Lee "Stop It" Hammond compares two of the best affordable Xbox headsets for us. Which one to get?

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  • Review | Madden NFL 22

    Paying full price for what is fundamentally the same game as last year’s version over and over again has always left a bitter taste in the fanbase’s mouth, but for Madden NFL 22 the taste is even more bitter since the game is also fundamentally…

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  • Review | SkyDrift Infinity

    because SkyDrift excels at being a fun flying-themed arcade racer, I am happy to have it in my collection of co-op racers on my Xbox. What was once a genre with so many kinds of racers has died off in the years of the Xbox…

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  • Review | Golf Club: Wasteland

    Golf Club: Wasteland is visually arresting with a simple control style that suits it very well.  The game is challenging and has some difficulty spikes, but you can avoid unnecessary frustration.   The soundtrack is amazing and there are lots of nice touches that give the…

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  • Review | Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions

    Beyond this though, there appears to be no reason to revisit unless you want some fun with family and friends from the comfort of your own home. Online multiplayer would have been an absolute blast here with some minor stat tracking elements. It isn't quite…

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  • Review | The Big Con

    *We initially stated that the game was available on Game Pass, but that is incorrect. Apologies for that!* \If you were a teenager in the ’90s, it’s hard to believe that they started over thirty years ago.  It was a simpler time when people still…

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  • Review | WRC 10

    Last year's WRC 9 was a solid rally game by French publisher Nacon, and the sequel promises to explore the rich history of the sport. Is WRC 10 up for the task?

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  • Review | Song of Iron

    There were many times while playing this game that I felt it simply wasn’t that fun, but time and time again I ooh’ed and ahh’ed at the graphics and music. As it’s a very short 2 or 3-hour experience if that and the promise of…

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  • Review | Rustler

    Rustler, much like Grand Theft Auto adopts mechanics of the true top-down originals of two decades ago. Developed by Jutsu Games and published by Modus Games you’re about to become a medieval thug in a crazy open-world action game full of insane quests and pop-culture…

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