Honestly, I was a bit surprised when Ubisoft announced The Crew 2, the first one wasn’t bad but it didn’t light the world on fire. After playing Ivory Tower’s latest racing game I must say that I’m really glad that Ubisoft decided to continue. The Crew 2 is a much better game in all aspects, read more about that in this review!
With inspirations from the manga/movie Ghost in the Shell and classics like Metroid and Castlevania, Ghost 1.0 is the recent project from Francisco Téllez de Meneses to reach Xbox One. Originally released in 2016 for PCs and already ported for most of the platforms, the title is an outstanding metroidvania where you play as Ghost, a mercenary agent hired to infiltrate the Nakamura Space Station and steal their most valuable secrets. But don’t take it for an easy task: the space station will defend itself from any intruders with first-class technology! Prepare yourself for your most challenging mission to date, agent. But first, follow us in this review to know more about the game. Continue reading Ghost 1.0 review
When a developer is named Awesome Games Studio you would expect that the created games are.. you guessed it, awesome. If that is the case for Yet Another Zombie Defense HD is something you will find out in this review. Important to know is that this zombie game is a very low-cost game, a hamburger in Belgium is more expensive. Continue reading Yet Another Zombie Defense HD Review
The Finnish studio Mental Moose Games brings to Xbox its first title, Wheelspin Frenzy, a top-down arcade racing game inspired in classics from the 16 and 32-bit era. Choose your favorite car, select one of twenty different tracks in four different locations and accelerate to the finish line! Will you be able to beat the challenging AI or three of your friends? Follow us in this review and discover more about this game. Continue reading Wheelspin Frenzy Review
Francisco Téllez de Meneses, AKA @unepic_fran (Twitter), the mind behind Unepic, talked to LifeisXbox about his new project, Ghost 1.0, a futuristic metroidvania where hackers hire a mysterious agent to infiltrate the well protected Nakamura Space Station in order to “borrow” some industrial secrets.
Fran kindly answered some questions about the game through an e-mail sent to us this week.
Kinda funny seeing a Naughty Dog game on Xbox right now but the Crash Bandicoot rights belong to Activision. PS4 had a full year of exclusivity and now our green hearts on Xbox can be filled with lots of Crash love too. In my opinion Xbox is the place to be for platforming fans with Ori and the Blind Forest, Super Lucky’s Tale, Rare Replay and Cuphead so Crash is finally where it belongs! Jump over some green Nitro boxes, wear your Aku Aku mask and start reading our N Sane Trilogy review!
Developer Milestone seems to bring out new games on an almost daily basis, it is pretty insane to be honest. On Xbox One you can find these franchises: MotoGP, Ride, Gravel, MXGP Pro, Monster Energy Supercross, Ducati, Valentino Rossi, Sébastian Loeb Rally. While Gravel scored pretty high on LifeisXbox most other games have been kinda average, so what about MotoGP 18? Continue reading MotoGP 18 review
This early 2000s puzzle game has been on quite a few consoles and handhelds in the past years, thanks to Resonair and Enhance we can finally enjoy this insanely addictive game in shiny 4K for our Xbox One X console. Is this easy to pick up game something for you? Let us find out in this review for Lumines Remastered!
Developed by American indie-studio Fabraz and published by Head-up Games, Slime-san Superslime Edition is the ultimate edition of the 2017 PC hit Slime-san with all additional content and some extra features especially included in this new version. If you missed the original release, now you’ll have the opportunity to experience the best version of this fast-paced platformer for your Xbox One and guide Slime-san in three different adventures. Let’s take a look in our review and get ready to guide our slimy friend out of trouble in this addictive and challenging game! Continue reading Slime-san Superslime Edition Review
Solving trial and error puzzles by stretching your arm like Marvel character Mr. Fantastic. It is a weird gameplay concept but it works pretty well and feels fresh, in what I believe is an overcrowded genre. Developer Kamina Dimension delivers a one-of-a-kind experience but is grabbing the bottles a fun one too? Read all about that in this review! Continue reading Grab The Bottle Review