Reviews

  • Review | Prodeus

    Prodeus describes itself as pure retro FPS chaos and I couldn’t put it better myself. It is a high-octane, non-stop shooter featuring tons of guns, lots of gore, and an incredible aesthetic. It is releasing day one into Xbox Game Pass on console and PC…

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  • Review | Deathloop

    A year after its initial release on PlayStation 5 and PC, Deathloop is out on Xbox and the Windows Store. It feels like a culmination of every Arkane game before it. From Prey to Dishonored, and even the good parts of Wolfenstein: Youngblood you can…

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  • Review | Soulstice

    Soulstice is a stupidly fun, great-looking title that came out of nowhere for me. It’s a Devil May Cry/Bayonetta-style action title that has an intriguing plot, great music, fantastic combat, and an occasionally stunning art style. Let’s break down why this is one of my…

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  • Review | JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R

    Two Klonoas are so much better than one. Let's find out how these PlayStation classics fair on Xbox. Do they still hold up?

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  • Review | Blind Fate: Edo no Yami

    I have this friend, he told me “Blind Fate: Edo no Yami” has a great demo, you guys should review it!  It just so happened that Publisher 101XP had already sent us a review code for the game on Steam. What luck, this is developer…

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  • Review | Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey

    Assassin’s Creedy: Odyssey was originally released in 2018 and has been added to Xbox Game Pass. It was one of my favorite games of the past generation, so I wanted to take a look back at just what made this game so special to me.…

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  • Review | You Suck at Parking

    Are you sick of racing? Are you more interested in fitting your vehicle into the most difficult space possible? You are! Well, developers Happy Volcano have got a treat in store for you and to make things even better, the game of your dreams is…

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  • Review | Little Orpheus

    Originally available on Apple Arcade in June 2020 this title was due to make an appearance on other platforms in March of this year but got delayed due to the hostile actions of Russia toward Ukraine.  With a story consisting of Soviet protagonists and themes,…

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  • Review | Metal: Hellsinger

    Shotguns, pistols, or demonic knives and skulls: whatever your weapon, it only ever fires if shot at the correct beat, with the player being rewarded with higher scores and even higher damage for successfully connecting long and perfect combos of multiple notes.

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  • Review | Temtem

    Monster collecting fans on Xbox can rejoice—a wild Temtem has appeared! Developed by Crema and published by Humble Games, Temtem is an always online ‘creature-collection adventure’ game. Much in the vein of Pokémon (and to a lesser extent Youkai Watch, Digimon, etc), Crema’s latest title…

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  • Retro Review | SONIC UNLEASHED

    Everyone’s favourite Blue Hedgehog couldn’t have been in a clumsier spot—after the less-than-stellar Sonic the Hedgehog (2006), SEGA wanted to make sure the next entry in the series would be a standout. That game would turn out to be Sonic Unleashed, internally developed by SEGA’s…

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