Browsing posts in the ‘Xbox Series X’ category

Review: Gas Station Simulator

Another day, another simulator game. This time, you’re running a gas station in Hicksville, America. And as is the trend these days, it’s pretty good.  Good at least at recreating the...

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Review: Moto GP 22

MotoGP 22 is probably the most realistic MotoGP game that I’ve ever played, which is fantastic news for fans of the sport. However, it also means that it’s the hardest. It took...

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Review: Monster Energy Supercross Championship 5

Every year, we get an MX Motocross game and a Monster Energy Supercross game from Milestone. Each year they make little tweaks, sometimes better, sometimes worse, and each year I have the...

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Review: Before We Leave

Before We Leave is a cutesy, world-building game. It features hexagonal spaces which form a world, and I fell in love with its visual style immediately. Set in a world once humanity...

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Review: Jurassic World Evolution 2

They were so preoccupied to think about whether they could, they didn’t stop to think whether they should. A classic line from the original film, and my worry that it would apply...

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Review: Forza Horizon 5

If you’ve played a Forza Horizon game before, you’re familiar with what it all entails. It’s a driving game, a spinoff of a hardcore simulation, but set in an open and exotic...

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Review: Far Cry 6

Football is life!!! Nope, it’s not the lovable Dani Rojas from the hit TV show Ted Lasso, Far Cry 6’s Dani Rojas is a rebel with an attitude, who’s also very good...

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Review: Back 4 Blood

It’s impossible to talk about Back 4 Blood without talking about Left 4 Dead. It’s by the same development studio, but this time around Turtle Rock Studios don’t have Valve involved. Instead,...

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Review: Lawn Mowing Simulator

Do I really have to mow the lawn? It’s such a crap job. Confession: hay fever makes this pretty much impossible so I don’t do it. But if I could without sneezing...

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Review: Samurai Showdown

Would you like to turn on gore and dismemberments? Yes please! What a way to start a game. Samurai Showdown was actually released nearly two years ago across multiple formats, but very...

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Review: Jet Kave Adventure

A caveman? With a jetpack?! Imagine that! Well, maybe you can’t, but you won’t need to any more as Jet Kave Adventure delivers an amusing, well-animated platform adventure, even if it is...

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Review: Yakuza: Like a Dragon

The Yakuza games have a reputation of being these sprawling, not-quite-open-world RPGs, with over-the-top combat and random, yet surprisingly deep minigames which are more like meta-systems. Like a Dragon does not disappoint,...

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Review: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you play as Eivor in a sprawling, open-world. If you’ve played one of the previous entries in the recent era of Assassin’s Creed games then you’ll know what...

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Review: Poker Club

Poker Club is the latest poker game to try and hook players with his age-old gameplay. The key differentiator here is that games are played in first-person perspective as you...

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Review: The Falconeer

Giant falcon. That’s all I needed to hear about The Falconeer, launch title for next-generation consoles. It was on my wish list. What do you do? Who cares. Giant falcon, right? Luckily...

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Review: Observer: System Redux

It’s only Rutger bloody Hauer! He’s in the game! You play as him!

Sometimes slow paced story games don’t really hit the mark. Observer absolutely gripped me from...

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