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Brutal Legend Now Backwards Compatible

Double Fine’s Rock Epic is finally backwards compatible, the studio’s best-selling game launched on Xbox One yesterday. Featuring Jack Black as Eddie Riggs the best roadie in the business. After an unfortunate death, he gets teleported to a world of heavy metal music and violence. It’s a combination between hack and slash open world adventure sprinkled with light RTS and RPG elements. The game features some absolute headbangers, just to name a few artists. Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Motorhead, and Black’s own Tenacious D, as well as 3 Inches of Blood, Skid Row, and Mastodon. Not only is the music on point but some … Read More »

Bad North – Xbox Review

Bad North starts on your “Home” island and you have two to three houses to defend from waves of Vikings coming to pillage your land. This is essentially the premise of the entire game but with different size islands and increasingly difficult waves of enemy’s invading the shores. The enemy will slowly approach from the fog and you and your two default commanders are tasked at stopping them by any means. When all the enemies have been slain the houses that remain standing will gift you a random amount of coins for you to upgrade your Commanders combat units. Upgrading … Read More »

Xbox Adaptive Controller Now Available

First revealed back in May, the Xbox Adaptive Controller safe to say had an incredibly unique design. It also boasted an expansive third-party peripheral support to make playing games easier for people with limited mobility. All we can say is that the demographic that it is intended for hasn’t really received very many official or even affordable hardware such as this, it’s now available for purchase and even better news The Controller works with both Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs. Please watch the trailer below introducing the new controller. Gaming is and should always be a universal thing and … Read More »

Treadnauts – Xbox Review

Treadnauts has been a difficult game for us to review, We all tried really hard to love the game but there were too many minor annoyances that kept adding up. Lets first start with the positives. From the Get-go the look of the game is very eye-catching its bright, colourful and looks like as if it was pulled straight from a Saturday morning cartoon, The Tanks themselves look cute and innocent as they chug along around the arena, this facade is completely shattered when you get them in a fight together. You can crush other tanks blow them up and leave them … Read More »

Megaton Rainfall – Xbox One Review

Megaton rainfall has an idea to be a very fun game, but, just doesn’t get it quite. Megaton rainfall is a first-person game, you take control of a superbeing and are tasked to save earth from a deadly alien invasion. There is no doubt whatsoever that this game on a technological standpoint is very impressive, the fact that you can travel from Earth to the sun in a matter of seconds with no load times is absolutely amazing.  What makes this even more impressive is that Pentadimensional games an independent developer based in Madrid Spain Is made up of a … Read More »

Lichtspeer: Double Speer Edition Xbox One Review

Lichtspeer is a game published and developed by Lichthund, an independent developer based in Warsaw, Poland.  Originally released for Windows, macOS, Linux, and PlayStation 4 back in September 2016  it finally made its way to Xbox under the new title Lichtspeer: Double Speer Edition. Lichtspeer is a 2d action-adventure title in which you find yourself throwing spears of light at Viking penguins and other monsters. Taking control of either blond haired blue eyed male or female you are thrust into a strange ancient Germanic future, on a journey to prove yourself to the almighty Gods. Gameplay is basic but addictive you move from … Read More »

MOTHERGUNSHIP Review

Mothergunship is probably the most unique first-person shooters we have played in a long time but also the most boring. It is a roguelike shooter that allows you to create insane guns and when we say insane we mean 10 Gatling guns in one hand and 10 rocket launchers in the other. The premise of the game itself is moving from room to room killing robots and sometimes culminating in a huge boss battle. Touched upon earlier you have a right and left arm to equip whatever weapon your brain can create, think Lego but with high powered weapons. Depending on … Read More »

oOo: Ascension Review

Developed by one-person, Kenny Creanor has crafted a game that mixes together elements of traditional platformers and racing games. You are tasked with navigating your way through increasingly challenging worlds starting with the comically easy to the frustratingly hard. oOo‘s challenging nature will make the experienced players jump for joy think Supermeat Boy, but with such small audience of players who revel in difficulty, this game may be for you but for people who like to take their time with games, this game may not be your thing. Levels take place on an ever-changing 3D ball. Speed and reflexes are your … Read More »

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit Review

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit is a short episode made by the creators of Life Is Strange. Set before the upcoming Life Is Strange 2, Captain Spirit is the superhero alter-ego of our lovable main character Chris Eriksen, a young Nine-year-old boy who loves nothing more than being a kid, from reading his comics to playing with his toys. Chris lives with his dad, Charles, a former basketball star whose life has taken a nosedive in recent years and has turned to drink. The pair live alone in a house on the outskirts of small town called Beaver Creek, … Read More »

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