The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game
The release of the Lego Ninjago movie coincides with a new Traveller’s Tales game based on that same movie. The Lego games are a well-known entity and should probably have their own game category by now. We channel our Spinjitsu and meditate on what this new Lego game brings us.
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This year is shaping up to be a good one for racing fans on the Xbox One. With WRC 7, the official game of the World Rally Championship, we get another rally focused titled. The last two titles in the series had mixed receptions, will WRC 7 take away some of the concerns? Buckle up and start your engines as we are set to find out.
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Released as a PC game before, Goliath now hits Xbox One. The game sees you as a crashed pilot that quickly finds out he’s a long way from where I thought he was. He has to gather resources and build tools for survival. Goliaths, big hulking combat robots are the obvious tool for this. Does this game stand apart from the other survival games out there? Let’s set up camp and find out. Continue reading Goliath Review
Starting out as a crowdfunded title on other platforms, Broken Age now comes to the Xbox One. Double Fine Productions is known for story rich and original games. Does Broken Age break with this tradition? Let’s find out.
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Grim Legends 2
Artifex Mundi brings us Grim Legends 2: Song of the Dark Swan. The game isn’t so much an actual sequel, but more of a follow-up game that stands by itself. Let’s see if this game is worth playing, but if you are at all familiar with Artifex Mundi, you can probably guess the answer.
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⇒ 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.
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“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!
Review Everspace | After being in early access, Everspace by ROCKFISH Games is now officially released and available in the store. Is there enough space for another space game? LifeisXbox launched their scout ship to investigate. Continue reading Everspace Review
Review MXGP3 | Milestone brings us the third instalment in their MXGP series with MXGP3, the officially licensed motocross video game. Is three times the charm or will this game get stuck in the mud? Let’s find out! Continue reading MXGP3 The Official Motocross Videogame review