Xbox One Reviews


RiME Review

Tequila Works' RiME is an audiovisual tour de force that wants to astonish you with its beauty, charm you with its loveable protagonist, and move you with its unfaltering emotions.
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Narcosis Review

Narcosis doesn’t offer the most bang for your buck, but it does offer a unique experience that holds you’re attention like a vice until its very end.

Butcher Review

Retro-themed blaster Butcher brings on the blood but gore and grue can only carry it so far, resulting in a game that's best experienced in small doses.

Prey Review

Sci-fi action RPG Prey takes you to a world of futuristic possibilities, most of which involve having your face chewed off.

Human: Fall Flat Review (PS4)

Ever had that dream where you're constantly falling for eternity? Human: Fall Flat embraces this common nightmare as the foundation for its 3D, third-person physics puzzle game.

Syberia 3 Review

There is a great adventure game here just begging to be broken out, however for now as Syberia 3 stands, Kate Walker’s story is one best left washed ashore.

Little Nightmares Review

Monsters in your closet, the boogeyman under your bed, or bloody Mary standing right behind you in the mirror; imagine all of your childhood fears coming to l...

Lost Grimoires: Stolen Kingdom Review

As much as I'm a fan of Artifex Mundi's special brand of hidden object-meets-digital puzzle book, there was something about this latest one that just didn't hit the right spot.

Cities: Skylines Review

Niche interest it may be, but if you favour construction over destruction, then Cities: Skylines offers a solid foundation for your future metropolis.

The Inner World Review

The Inner World is a brilliant little adventure set in a strange and captivating land with a main protagonist you can't help but adore.

Outlast 2 Review

Released in 2013, Red Barrels’ Outlast was, and still is, one of the scariest game ever made. If you were to play through it and not suffer a few ‘Code Brown’...

Immortal Redneck Review

Immortal Redneck plants its tongue firmly in cheek and plasters all sense of seriousness against the wall with a well-placed shotgun blast.

Flinthook Review

Flinthook gripped me instantly, hooking me in with its acute sense of retro aesthetic charm and silky smooth gameplay.
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Voodoo Vince: Remastered Review

All the way back in 2003, a charming 3D platformer was released for the original Xbox featuring a snarky little voodoo doll named Vince. Now he's back.

Use Your Words Review

Use Your Words brings a few unique twists to the format, and it's all the better for it. Grab your friends, find your confidence, and let your creativity soar.