Xbox One Review

Overlord Fellowship of Evil for Xbox One Review

Overlord: Fellowship of Evil was reviewed on Xbox One The previous Overlord is dead and now it’s up to the Minions —but mostly the player— to guide a new batch of would-be Overlords on their rise to power. A tale told in multiple acts, Minion elder Gnarl has set the goal of rebuilding the evil sanctum. Much of the kingdom has been cutified: everything has been turned to rainbows and cuddly wuddly ...[Read More]

Bedlam Xbox One Review

Bedlam The Game was reviewed on Xbox One If you read Bedlam before playing the title, then you’re probably going to be the most disappointed with in the Xbox One Bedlam experience. Otherwise, you’re going to find some fun with the surprises along the way. Bedlam’s eyes are so much bigger than its stomach: the game is uncomfortably loaded with junk that ends up unprocessed. The ensuing ...[Read More]

Ultratron Review

Note: This review was conducted with the Xbox One version.  Ultratron is an arcade-style, twin-stick shooter. As humanity’s last remaining battle droid, you’ll blast through waves of enemies across dozens of stages. The gameplay is tight and the bullet-laden chaos provides an enjoyable, and occasionally challenge, but the real thrill comes from the addictive upgrade system. Each stage has players ...[Read More]

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Review

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is the high definition remake of the PSP title of the same name (sans HD) that came out in 2011. The game was part of the now defunct Fabula Nova Crystallis anthology which included Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy Versus XIII, with the latter now being retooled into Final Fantasy XV. Funnily, the portable console title was the one that performed the best, prompting Squ...[Read More]

FIFA 15 Review

Over the last few years FIFA has been the best football game on the market by a country mile and when 14 came out on the Xbox One with the new Ignite engine I had high hopes. Even though the game was very good it still felt like it was being held back. So now FIFA 15 has hit the shelves and after playing the demo expectations were pretty high. The demo felt easy to play compared to some previous F...[Read More]

Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition (PS4)

I have already reviewed Reaper of Souls for the PC, so for a more in-depth and detailed look at the story and comparison with the standard version of Diablo 3 click HERE to read it. What I want to tell you about is how this version compares with the PC version. To be honest I have always like the console version more than PC one. It just seem to be easier to jump in and out of games sitting back o...[Read More]

Titanfall Review

Titanfall is a futuristic first person shooter which has had an interesting birth as Respawn Entertainment’s founders, Jason West and Vince Zampella worked for Infinity Ward on the all-conquering Call Of Duty franchise, which for last few years has pretty much held the 1st person shooter genre to itself. Since leaving Infinity Ward, West and Zampella worked together to found Respawn Entertai...[Read More]

Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare | Review

  This insane idea of plants killing zombies was brought to you by Popcap, part of the Electronic Arts family.  This american based video game development was brought to life by John Vechey back in the year 2000.  Fourteen years ago this small portion of the EA family was brought to life by the jewel-swapping game Bejeweled.  This game alone set the company rolling with a whopping 50 million ...[Read More]

Thief – What A Letdown

I was really looking forward to Thief. Maybe it’s because there hasn’t been a PS4 game release for a while, as we know the library is looking a bit sad. Maybe because Thief has a such an acclaimed lineage and there is such an amount of hype surrounding this revamp. The 28th finally came and the game was sitting there for me on my welcome mat when I got home. I wolfed down my dinner dow...[Read More]

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