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
September is the traditional football game month with the releases from Fifa and Pro Evolution Soccer. You can compare it with a match between Man City or Man U, Barcelona against Real. Both have a pretty vocal fan base, one thing is for sure, each year both Fifa and PES make excellent improvements. Let’s take a deeper look into PES 18 in this 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
A rogue-like twin stick shooter with a character that eats bamboo for breakfast, lunch and supper. Yeah, you don’t get to play with a panda every day so that’s pretty nice to begin with. Developer Skandivania Games made a pretty nice and cheap Xbox game that has a nice balance between replay value and microwaving your controller in rage, read more about it in this review. Continue reading Feral Fury review
I have to admit, I have been waiting a long time for this game on Xbox. I know quite a few gamers that have spent 500+ hours on this game. It combines everything that seems to be popular right now and developer Tripwire mixes it together in a brilliant way. The simple but extremely effective gameplay will be loved by many, more on that in this review. Continue reading Killing Floor 2 Review
Developer Deck Nine has the honour to work with one of my favorite new IP’s from this generation, Life is Strange. I was excited to start playing it and now that I finished the first episode I can’t hella wait to see what’s next for Chloe and Rachel!
I love rhythm games and I love roleplaying games, developer Akupara made something that combines them both. What a great idea, right? We have been treated with many rhythm games lately, Thumper, Aaero and Stereo Aereo for example but Metronomicon really stands out. Read why in this good sounding review!
Earlier this year, MS announced a new program for indie developers to directly publish their games on Xbox One and Windows 10. In July, the Creators Program was launched with a bunch of games of very different styles. Stereo Aereo, a rhythm arcade shooter from Salvadoran studio Stone Bot is one of these games. And the first game of the program reviewed by LifeisXbox. To know more about this game, follow us into this intergalactic musical adventure. Continue reading Stereo Aereo Review
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
Role-playing games are totally my thing, I was highly anticipating the release from Masquerada and it didn’t disappoint. I am spoiling my review a little in this short introduction but the story and lore is fantastic, the battle system is perfectly created and it has been a while that I truly enjoyed an RPG like this.