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Soul Calibur VI review

Who doesn’t like to play some rounds against a friend in a good old fighting game? I always had an intriguing weakness for the Soul Calibur franchise, some beloved characters and the battle between good and bad that manifest itself in weapons is pretty alluring for me. We had to wait a staggering six years for a new Soul Calibur game, the question that’s left: Is it good enough against all the big other fighting games? Let us find out in this review!

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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Review

How do you top the fantastic Assassin’s Creed Origins? That is the big question that I asked while starting Odyssey, while I didn’t review the previous one, I did play it for quite a few hours and loved it. A little bit curious and highly motivated I started my adventure in the ancient Greece setting with Kassandra. That is immediately one of the first new things you’ll encounter, you have the choice between two playable characters, brother and sister. So what about the rest? Luckily I won’t have to use message pigeons or light signals in the sky to tell you what I think about Ubisoft’s latest long-standing Assassin’s Creed franchise. 

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Guns, Gore & Cannoli 2

Belgian developers are on a roll, first Larian’s Divinity 2 and now the developer from Kontich, Crazy Monkey Studios releases the sequel from 2015’s Guns, Gore & Cannoli on our beloved Xbox One. In this sequel we still control our friend Vinnie and battle against all kinds of enemies in a beautiful 1940’s setting. So what did we think about this latest 2D action game? Find out in our review. 

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Divinity: Original Sin 2 Review

Known for tasty waffles, shiny diamonds, awesome beer and delicious chocolate, Belgium is a small but popular country. As a Belgian myself, I am very proud to say that on the list why Belgium is a well known place is one brilliant gaming developer from Ghent, Larian Studios! This independent studio has released a streak of great games and Divinity: Original Sin 2 is the newest addition on Xbox One. 

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Fifa 19 review

Here we are again, it is that time of the year. The moment that I experience the most cowardly online-aborts and get annoyed by players that only use tricks and refuse to play some actual football. But oh my… I do love me some football gameplay! Our Pro Evolution Soccer review was very positive, will EA win this legendary match against Konami? 

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Revenant Dogma Review

Revenant Dogma

Publisher: KEMCO
Developer: EXE-Create
Games like this are becoming more and more rare on Xbox One, so I was pleasantly surprised to see that KEMCO was releasing Revenant Dogma on our Xbox console. This turn-based RPG that seems to come straight out of the 90’s was previously released on iOS and Android, we already have some really excellent games from those platforms so that didn’t make me less curious. So did I enjoy Revenant Dogma, find out in this review!  Continue reading Revenant Dogma Review

Forza Horizon 4 Review

Forza Horizon 4

Let me ask you a question. Can one game make up for a weak year of exclusives? 2018 was decent for Xbox One owners with Sea of Thieves, State of Decay 2 and PUBG but it didn’t set the world on fire. Now let me answer that question for you: YES. Forza Horizon 4 is a game that can even survive the snap from Thanos, it is exactly how a racing game should be and every single one of you that is reading this review should buy it immediately. Tip: Buy Xbox Game Pass, it is included!  Continue reading Forza Horizon 4 Review

Fullblast review


Developer: UFO Crash Games
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
An alien invasion game shouldn’t be a surprise by a Spanish developer called UFO Crash games, as a huge shmup-fan I was pretty excited to play Fullblast. Aiming for a nostalgic retro blast that you could play years ago in the arcade houses. Is this a positive or negative blast, find out in this review!  Continue reading Fullblast review