All posts by Rafael Faria

The Adventure Pals

The Adventure Pals

Developed by UK studio Massive Monster and published by Armor Games Studios, The Adventure Pals is a magical adventure about friendship and courage. Playing as a young boy named Wilton, you’ll explore the world in search for his father, who has been kidnapped by the evil Mr. B. Accompanied by his cute giraffe Sparkles and his little friend Mr. Rock, Wilton will face many challenges and help countless NPC’s in need in a colorful but perilous world inspired by classic platformers and cartoons. Now grab your wooden sword, ride your giraffe and follow us in this review! Continue reading The Adventure Pals

Assassin’s Creed: Rogue (Remastered)

Assassin’s Creed: Rogue (Remastered)

Released at the end of 2014 for Xbox 360 and PS3, Assassin’s Creed Rogue was the last entry of the Assassin’s Creed series for the last generation of consoles. The many early adopters of Xbox One who skipped this title now have the opportunity to play as Shay Cormac, one of the most intriguing characters in the series, in Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered. With three more titles released after this one, how does this game behave to the test of time, especially after the new benchmark set by Ubisoft with AC Origins? Let’s check it in our review.

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Switch or Die Trying Review

Switch or Die Trying

Released in 2017 for PC and now brought to Xbox One through the ID@Xbox program Switch or Die Trying is a puzzle/platformer developed by Indian studio Threye Interactive that put your determination under test from the moment you start it. I’m not kidding: this game is truly hardcore and insanely difficult! Playing as the friendly ‘i’, you will adventure through five different worlds and 75 levels in a journey of redemption, while our little buddy tries to recover all his friends. Do not stand still: follow us in this review and prepare to die… A LOT! Continue reading Switch or Die Trying Review

Nine Parchments Review

Nine Parchments

Prepare for a magical and awesome adventure! Developed and also published by Frozenbyte. This Finnish studio known for Has-Been Heroes and the Trine series now brings Nine Parchments an action game with heavy RPG  influences, where up to four players play as wizard apprentices in search for the lost nine parchments to uncover their secrets and learn powerful new spellse. Gather up your crew, pick up your most powerful staff and your most fashionable hat and follow us in this review from the Astral Academy to the mysterious ruins and wild lands of this enchanted world. Continue reading Nine Parchments Review

Darkest Dungeon review

Darkest Dungeon

As darkness approaches and your sanity slowly vanishes, will you be able face all the psychological and physical stress of adventuring through the deepest of dungeons to solve your ancestor’s wrongs and cleanse your family’s manor? Darkest Dungeon, the successful roguelike turn-based RPG from Red Hook Studios finally launches on Xbox One an adventure like no other before! Recruit mercenaries willing to help you, in exchange for some coin of course, train their skills and abilities and take care of their mental and physical health as they venture deeper and deeper to defeat an ancient evil. Now bring your torches and follow us through this review. Continue reading Darkest Dungeon review

Scribblenauts Showdown Review

Scribblenauts Showdown

I must admit something. I have been a big fan of the series since the first entry on Nintendo DS! For those unfamiliar with Scribblenauts, let me tell you about it: It’s a series of puzzle/action games developed by 5th Cell and published by Warner Bros that debuted for Nintendo in 2009. In Scribblenauts, you write names of objects and animals so they pop up into the game, for you to use/interact with. Now developed by Shiver Entertainment, support for multiplayer, lots of mini games and an extensive customization system and you have Scribblenauts Showdown, the first of the series to hit Xbox. Now let’s write down “Review on LifeisXbox” so you can read our impression for Scribblenauts Showdown!  Continue reading Scribblenauts Showdown Review

Guilt Battle Arena Review

Guilt Battle Arena

Developed by Invincible Cat Games and published by ForwardXP, Guilt Battle Arena is frantic couch-multiplayer arena game for up to four players where one bullet makes all the difference between victory and defeat! Call your friends to protect the galaxy by your side (or to turn Planet Arena IV upside down!) as a member of the GUILT Patrol in this funny adventure. Let’s take a closer look at everything the game has to offer. Continue reading Guilt Battle Arena Review

Bridge Constructor Portal Review

Bridge Constructor Portal

 Bridge Constructor, the engineering simulator from Austrian studio ClockStone, gets a more than special new version: in Bridge Constructor Portal you will revisit Aperture Laboratories, from Valve’s Portal series, as a new employee. Working as chief custodian for the test laboratories, you will be responsible for building bridges and structures to take vehicles from the start to the finish line, mixing the best of two worlds. Be it a portal or a bridge, choose what suits you better so we can reach our review for this challenging game. Continue reading Bridge Constructor Portal Review

FeeSoeed review


The Creators Collection is an initiative from MS that offers games produced and distributed by developers through Xbox Live Creators Program. You can find many interesting titles from small studios from all around the world. Today we take a look at FeeSoeeD, a 2D platformer from the Russian studio BUG Studio. BUG has a long list of games already published for PCs and Mobile (with some titles also available for Xbox One through the program) and now brings one more to our beloved console.  Continue reading FeeSoeed review

Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones review

Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones

Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones is the newest adventure of Artifex Mundi, a Polish studio that has been a long supporter for Xbox with numerous point and click/hidden objects games. In the third chapter of the Nightmares from the Deep series, you play as Sara Black, a museum curator that has a long story with ghosts, monsters and mysteries of the seven seas, in search of her daughter Cory, who has been kidnapped by the legendary pirate Davy Jones. Why Davy Jones kidnapped Cory? Will Sarah be able to rescue her? Let us find more about the game in this review. Continue reading Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones review