Besides The Gunslinger, Kinect: Disneyland Adventures was my favorite game for Xbox 360. Hearing the news that it was re-releasing on Xbox One with controller support was awesome news. For kids and even adults this is one magical experience that you simply cannot miss. Without further ado, here is the review for Disneyland Adventures played on Xbox One X. Continue reading Disneyland Adventures Review
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
Back to where it all began, Call of Duty will forever have a deep place in my heart for personal reasons so I really hope that this franchise can continue to be a great experience for many gamers. I don’t need to tell you that you either love or hate Call of Duty, it is hard to find a gamer that is standing in between. So with finally going back to the roots and dropping the signature online gameplay from past years is this a game people should buy? Put on your helmet soldier because we are starting Operation Neptune and will land on the beachhead of Normandy where you can read the review from Call of Duty: WWII in the nearest bunker!
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EA’s racing mastodon, Need for Speed is back with Payback. After the mixed impressions from the version in 2015 developer Ghost Games hopes to deliver a much better racing experience. Did they succeed? Or did the engine fail again? Buckle up and let’s find out in this review! Continue reading Need for Speed Payback Review
Over the last couple of years, the Assassin’s Creed series seems to have been on the decline. Serious bugs upon release made for negative press and accompanying memes. That is not to say they were all bad games, but Ubisoft likely had more than enough reasons to try and turn things around. Is the new Origins game just more of the same, or could this title be as hot as the Egyptian sand at high noon? Saddle up and join us for the ride as we find out. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Origins 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
This former Xbox 360-Kinect only game rushes his way to Xbox One with controller support and native 4K and HDR for Xbox One X. With six Pixar themed worlds and pretty basic but fun gameplay this is one game you should keep an eye out for some excellent co-op moments! Hop on Turtle Crush as you will guide you through this review! Continue reading Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure 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!
With a controversial reveal Super Lucky’s Tale was met with quite some disappointment because people first thought it was Conker. After playing it, I can say that Super Lucky’s Tale can hold his own and is a lovely experience for all ages. I would even go so far and say that Xbox has a new colorful mascot.
Let’s time travel back to 2014, Wolfenstein: The New Order releases with high reviews and lovely players feedback, a little bit surprisingly so. Developer Machine Games has brought Wolfenstein back into FPS-gamers hearts, now many have anticipated Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, let’s take a look if shooting Nazis in this sequel is as fun as before.
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