Xbox One Reviews


Chime Sharp Review

If you played 2010's Chime, then you'll know exactly what to expect from its sequel. Chime Sharp is more of the same – but that really isn't a bad thing.

A Pixel Story Review

If you prefer brain-scratching to button-mashing, then you'll love A Pixel Story – or I'll eat my hat.

For Honor Review

For Honor may have a multitude of match types that are conceptually generic, but the actual act of combat and its many intricacies means it’s unlike anything else I’ve ever played.

iO Review

Though far from revolutionary, iO is a simple, yet intuitive puzzler that is sure to dig its hooks into fans of the genre looking for a unique challenge.

Halo Wars 2 Review

It’s not a perfect game, but so what? Halo Wars 2 is hands-down the best RTS available on console, and a game that rightfully deserves a place in any thinking Xbox One owner’s library.

How to Survive 2 Review

I never thought I'd use the words "projectile-vomiting zombie pelican" in any piece of writing.

Uncanny Valley Review

Armed with your trusty flashlight, a couple of seven minute shifts, and plenty of pixelated macabre imagery, Uncanny Valley never fails to scare or surprise.

Sniper Elite 4 Review

Rebellions’ Sniper Elite series has had its own little niche in the market for over 10 years now. There’s nothing wrong with that; in fact, you could say it’s ...

Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic Review

Pixel Heroes may offer a marginally different experience every time you play, but in practice, each playthrough is about as pleasant as a poke in the eye.

RWBY: Grimm Eclipse Review

Rooster Teeth’s smash hit web series, RWBY, seems like the perfect material for a videogame. It’s got monstrous creatures, despicable villains, bucket loads of ...

Knee Deep Review

There's one thing that Knee Deep certainly has going for it – and that's the fact that it's completely unique.

Toby: The Secret Mine Review

Limbo is an almost constant overbearing influence on Toby, but when the game decides to move away from the shadow of Playdead's masterpiece and attempts to craft a more unique experience, it truly shines in places.

The Flame in the Flood Review

The Flame in the Flood is a roguelike survival game where you take on the role of Scout, a girl searching for the source of a strange radio signal in a largely ...

Nevermind Review

Nevermind places you in the sci-fi shoes of a 'Neuroprober', charged with the serious business of healing patients’ mental wounds through exploration and puzzle-solving.

Spheroids Review

The horizon actually looks very hopeful for indie releases in 2017, but Spheroids from Eclipse Games just doesn't cut the grade.

Sylvio Review

A game about ghost hunting and capturing EVP recordings? Uh, hell yeah, I'm there.

Rise & Shine Review

It looks gorgeous, plays smoothly and is utterly addictive – as long as you've got the patience and skill. Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team's first console release is well worth a look.