Developed by Confused Pelican Games and published by Tikipod Ltd (who delivered us the great Aqua Kitty UDX earlier this year), Iron Crypticle is an arcade twin-stick shooter, explore dark and dangerous dungeons to rescue the kidnapped princess and recover the treasures of the kingdom. What did we think about it? Check it out on our review.
I don’t have to say that Pixar brings some excellent movies, right? Sadly enough, the same can’t be said about games based on movies. They normally aren’t worth your time and especially money. Not with Cars 3: Driven to Win though, the game is surprisingly good, not on par with the movies but fun to play nonetheless! Check out why in this review!
⇒ Review Serial Cleaner ⇐
Cleanliness is next to godliness as the saying goes. Well, serial cleaner lets you clean up to your heart’s content. Cleaning crime scenes. For the mob. While evading the cops. Yeah, I’m not sure our protagonist has the godliness part squared away, but at least he’s making money.
⇒ Review The Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind ⇐
Two years after The Elder Scrolls Online got released on the Xbox One, we get the biggest expansion to date with Morrowind. Bethesda calls it a chapter to distinguish it from smaller DLC. Let’s explore Vvardenfell and see what it offers us.
⇒ Review: AereA ⇐
A lot of people say that music guide them in life, I completely agree with that. The same can be said about AereA, music totally shapes and gives life to this game project. The musical apotheosis halters quickly by the disappointing game design. Let’s read more about that in this AereA review!
⇒ Air Guitar Warrior Gamepad Edition Review ⇐
After unleashing your inner rock warrior with Air Guitar Warrior for Kinect, the Finnish indie studio Virtual Air Guitar gives the opportunity for those who doesn’t have a Kinect to feel the power of rock and roll in your hands with Air Guitar Warrior Gamepad Edition. Let’s take a look if this is worth playing.
Be sure to check the review for the Kinect version too!
NEW! That’s always nice to say, right? Starting today you can join our Achievement Battle. Nothing complicated, all you have to do is continue to play your games and earn Achievements. We will do all the work getting it into a Leaderboard! For now, you can see how the LifeisXbox editors did in June! Continue reading Achievement Battle (June)
You could say that July is the last quiet month of the year, starting August and beyond the month is packed with known and popular games. This doesn’t mean that July isn’t a great month! Take a look at our top 5 most promising July releases for Xbox One! Continue reading Most promising July releases for Xbox One
Woohoo, my first thought when a Japanese game comes for Xbox! A known franchise as Valkyria is always welcome and I’m sure many of you have been waiting a long time for this. You can imagine how painful it is when you actually start playing and you begin to notice that the game isn’t like you expected… read more in this Valkyria Revolution review!
“Probably worth picking up if you want to play chess on your console”
Review: Chess Ultra: Ripstone brings their second chess title to the Xbox One. After Pure Chess, players can now sit down with Chess Ultra. Is this gambit of releasing a second chess game going to secure the win? Let’s analyse!