Can you name a game for which you fell in love at first sight? For astonishing artwork, for touching melody or for engaging gameplay? Developed by Dutch indie developer Knuist & Perzik and published by Soedesco, in Wuppo you play as an exiled wun in his search for a new home. You’ll make new friends, discover strange creatures and engage in many battles while exploring the world and unfolding more about its history. Discover more about this magical game in our review. Continue reading Wuppo review
Australian indie studio Witch Beam brings Assault Android Cactus for Xbox One, a frantic twin stick shooter. If you’re up for a challenging non-stop arcade game, prepare yourself: choose your favorite android, sharpen your reflexes and embark with us into this laser-fueled adventure. The stars wait for you! Continue reading Assault Android Cactus Review
Brazilian studio QUByte Interactive brings 99 Vidas for Xbox one, a retro beat’em up inspired from classics in the 16-bit era. In the game you play as the guys from 99 Vidas, the greatest gaming podcast in Brasil, airing since 2010. Choose your favorite character and join us in the review of this adventure!
‘Does a card game work as a video game’? With this question in mind, I started my review for Dead Exit, the new game from the British independent studio RadiationBurn. Set in an apocalyptic world overrun by zombies, you must administrate your base while stocking resources to attempt an escape from this damned city. With this ‘Walking Dead’ feeling all around the place, come with us to see everything this game has to offer.
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Now the dust has settled after BGS 2017, the biggest gaming event in Latin America which took place between October 11 and 15, 2017, it’s time to do a review about the event that brought to Brazilian fans of Xbox a taste of what’s coming to our favorite gaming platform. Continue reading Xbox @ Brazil Game Show
October 2017, Canadian studio Metanet Software brings the third entry in N series to Xbox One: N++ is the successor of N+, one of the best indie games available for Xbox Live in 360 era. Prepare to put your nindo, your way of the ninja, to test in one of the most challenging platformers you’ve ever tried. Take your scarf and follow us into this adventure to become a ninja master! Continue reading N++ review
Arkane Studios invites you to Dishonored once again, walk into the world of supernatural assassins. Sneak across fight clubs, infiltrate dark magic cults, steal precious artifacts and eliminate your targets to accomplish your hardest task so far: this time you’re meant to kill a god. Welcome to the first standalone adventure in the universe of Dishonored, welcome to Death of the Outsider. Continue reading Dishonored: Death of the Outsider Review
Developed by Russian studio Ice-Pick Lodge and first released for PC in 2013, Knock-Knock has just come to Xbox One. In this mix of horror, survival and 2D platform, we guide our eccentric and insomniac hero in a house deep into the woods, trying to survive night after night while his sanity is slowly vanishing. And when he can no longer distinguish what is real from what is his imagination, someone starts knocking at the door. But would it be? Is there someone outside the house? Is there someone inside the house? Come check the answer for these questions in our review. Continue reading Knock-Knock review
Squish and the Corrupted Crystal
Released this August, Squish and the Corrupted Crystal is the first IP from the American Studio Cheat Code. The game is side-scrolling platformer where you guide Squish, our tiny hero, in his quest to free his friends from corruption and purify the guardian crystal of Diacris, while collecting gems and learning new abilities. Come with us and check what their game is all about. Continue reading Squish and the Corrupted Crystal review
Developed by the Vietnamese duo from Phung Games and published by Thunder Cloud Studio, Jump, Step, Step is a gracious mix of puzzle and platform where you must help Bob, a robot who crashed on a mysterious island in his spaceship, to recover the missing parts of his body and to repair his spaceship. But there’s a glitch. As Bob had a short-circuit, you don’t control him directly: instead, you send him commands and he follows them, like if you were programming something. Are you ready to guide Bob through all the challenges the island offers? Take the control and come with us!