Posts by: JulieGilbert

Release Dates Leaked For Mass Effect And Injustice 2

Mass Effect Andromeda has been one of the most anticipated games of 2017 and so far we have not been informed of the release date. Injustice 2 is also one of the games that have only had a Spring 2017 indication. Now thanks to Microsoft’s pre order site, we can now see the release dates for both games. Injustice 2 listed for March 28th and Mass Effect Andromeda listed for March 31st   March 31st is a Friday this year, which is the day EA often put out their most anticipated games (See Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 last year.) … Read More »

Xbox Scorpio: New graphics revealed

Microsoft’s new Xbox One Scorpio console might take some time to reach its full graphical potential. Since the release of the Scorpio price, the team behind Little Nightmares has shed some light on the graphical capabilities ahead of the release date in 2017. Sadly for those that are planning to get the scorpio on release date, despite the improved graphics boost, they might not be as good as people would expect. Dave Mervik from Little Nightmares developer Tarsier Studios said that performance boosts would come with time. “With time, developers usually find a way to get the most out of … Read More »

The Dwarves Gets A Performance Boost

We recently completed a review for The Dwarves and experienced a few performance issues along the way; the recent patch addresses some of the issues we discovered. The review can be read HERE. King Art Games have released the latest patch notes below. A new patch has been released for Xbox One to improve performance, whilst a larger update is currently in development that will bring a few fan requests to the game. With yesterday’s patch, the following problems have been fixed to make the game run smoother: Fixed a bug that under certain circumstances overtaxed the audio processor, resulting … Read More »

Resident Evil 7 Demo Now Live

Warning: Contains scenes of horror and violence. You wake up alone on the floor of an abandoned farmhouse. Daylight is quickly fading. You must find a way out. A thrillingly immersive horror experience for the five senses. This full model change to the frightening “Isolated View” player perspective and photorealistic graphics of the cutting-edge RE Engine mark a new beginning for survival horror. Enter a terrifyingly new world of horror and survive. The Resident Evil 7 Demo: Beginning Hour can now be downloaded from the Microsoft Store or on the Xbox Marketplace. According to players, the demo is only short … Read More »

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard New Trailer

*Warning* This video may be deemed unsuitable for some readers as it contains graphic video and strong language.   The latest trailer from Capcom’s Resident Evil Biohazard gives us a glimpse of what we can expect from the game on release at the end of January 2017. The demo hits Xbox One later this month! Does the video give you the creeps? want more? Like our Facebook Page, our Facebook Group on Twitter and follow for all the latest Xbox One news, reviews and competitions.

Remedy Entertainment Tease New Game

Teaser Alert! Remedy Entertainment, creators of Alan Wake, Quantum Break and Max Payne have released a video on Twitter teasing an unannounced project. Could it be a sequel to Quantum Break or Alan Wake 2? Maybe it’s a completely new adventure. Hopefully we will find out more in the near future.   Coming soon. — Remedy Entertainment (@remedygames) November 17, 2016 What do you hope for? That music at the end has got to be some sort of hint of what it will be. Source: Like our Facebook Page, our Facebook Group on Twitter and follow for all the latest Xbox One news, … Read More »

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition Review

One of the best Action RPG games of the last generation finally made its way on to this generation of consoles, bringing with it mods previously only found in the PC version. Following the expansive but clunky Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Skyrim made a huge impact. Impeccably polished and glitch-free (for a Bethesda title – let’s not get carried away), Skyrim was an adventure in a world you could get lost in – and many of us did. An engaging campaign in the usual Elder Scrolls vein – rags to riches, weakness to power – Skyrim set a new benchmark for … Read More »

Farming Simulator 17 Review

Farming Simulator 17 is the long awaited latest instalment of the long running franchise developed by GIANTS Software. Right from the start it is easy to see that it is the same Farming sim we all know and love, the same as Farming Sim 15, but much improved. For those that are used to playing the game (and for those that are not) it’s beneficial for you to take a tour of the tutorial, especially in the animal raising section because that’s where Farming Sim 17 differs from the last game. As usual, the tutorial is extensive, which enables beginners to quickly … Read More »

Reus Review

Developed by Abbey Games, Reus is a strategy God game. One God not enough for you? You’re in luck – in Reus you control FOUR God-like giants, using their powers to shape the surface of the earth and everything on it, creating water, forests, deserts and swamps. Actually, not everything. Your giants have control over the elements and nature – but not over fickle mankind. You need to find a balance in which nature does not overpower man, and man does not overpower and destroy nature. God games have a long and varied history, and can be among the most … Read More »

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