Browsing posts in the ‘Xbox Series X’ category

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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