Category: Xbox One

Life is Strange Episode 5 Polarized Review

Its all over. At the beginning of the year I caught wind of a new titled named Life is Strange and thought , \’I\’ll give it a shot.\’ and while it may not be perfect , it\’s story and characters have stuck with me over the past ten months. I found my ending satisfying and […]

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Adventures of Pip Review

Adventures of Pip is a game that may sound like another indie 2D side scrolling platformer, and it is, but it has enough of a hook to set itself apart and stand out on it’s own. Originally a fully funded Kickstarter darling Adventures of Pip has seen a release on multiple platforms like Steam, Wii […]

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I am Bread Review

I am Bread has so much potential. The idea is quirky and the game is filled with fun moments. Unfortunately there are things holding it back from being the game I wanted it to be. You start each level as a slice of bread who longs to become toast. The first level has you trekking […]

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Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review

If you have followed console videogames for any length of time in the mid 2000’s, you might recognize a few feelings surrounding the period’s consoles. Be it Nintendo’s Wii being a perceived children’s console without substance; or Sony’s Playstation 3 being able to give you all the walking crab monsters you can handle. If one […]

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The Swindle Review

Newly released title The Swindle by Size Five games has dropped this month into almost every current generation system, providing a stealthy bad-guy story like no other. The Award winning indie game developer has produced this epic adventure of the take, boasting a cyber-crime steam-punk scroller with randomly generated levels. The Swindle focuses around the […]

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Rare Replay: Review

In recent years, it feels like Rare has taken a backseat in their partnership with Microsoft; releasing a number of lukewarm Kinect enabled titles for the Xbox 360. Most of these are motion based sports or family games that I personally don’t find all that fun. It’s been disappointing to watch a once great company […]

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The Fall Part 1 Review

The game opens with you crash landing in an alien world. The atmosphere is dismal and dark and everything you encounter is foreign. You play as an AI controlled suit named ARID that houses a human soldier by the name of colonel Josephs. After the crash things are looking grim for Josephs and its ARID’s […]

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Bastion Review

Bastion is a game that proves compelling titles can come from a small independent team. Visually the game is gorgeous with it’s hand painted art style and colorful palette thanks to Jen Zee. Not only are the visuals a sight to behold but the audio work and soundtrack are brilliant and what the composer refers […]

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