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Have you ever experienced something and just think to yourself “what just happened?”. Not that it was a bad thing but the experience was so random and off the wall that you just feel weird after partaking in it.  Welcome to Mutant League Football, a witty recreation of the 1993 American Football classic that uses creatures and machines in a make believe league that focuses on comedic style sport a-la NFL Blitz. Mutant League Football is based completely on inappropriate jokes, lots of violence, and a heavy arcade style of the sport that gives quick cheap thrills and entices a … Read More »

Exploration has been key to the human endeavor. It is also key in InnerSpace where you are tasked with exploring the Inverse, a parallel universe. You are called the Cartographer and you work for the architect, a person who has dedicated their lives to discovering the secrets of the Ancients, a dead civilisation who had incredibly advanced technology. You must fly or swim around solving puzzles to collect relics to discover the Ancients secrets. You must travel through a collection of self contained worlds where you will feel both alone and watched by something unknown. It is your task to … Read More »

Developer Milestone are no stranger to bringing us racing games with the likes of Sébastian Loeb Rally Evo, Ride and of course MXGP, but this year, the next iteration is under the title of Monster Energy Supercross. But how well does it perform? We’ll kick off with the introduction this game brings up immediately as you start playing. You’re kicked straight into a race with the controls displayed at the side of the screen. Normal buttons apply: RT to accelerate and LT to brake. However, LT brakes your front wheel and A brakes your back wheel – a vital necessity … Read More »

I admit, I’m a fan of cartoons and watch the Cartoon Network channel regularly (with good reason to do so), but it was only a couple months ago that I discovered a little gem called OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes. Set in a small town called Lakewood Plaza, the show follows a wannabe superhero called KO who works at a store that supplies actual superheroes with goods they need. OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes, developed by Capybara Games, seems to be the perfect companion for a television show, but how well does it play? OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes puts … Read More »

Couch co-op titles are a dying genre, especially with AAA developers pushing out (mostly) online-focused titles because that’s where the demand is at, so it’s up to smaller studios to produce those titles for when you have a friend or two around at your house. In recent years, Xbox has made quite the home for couch co-op titles, but mostly they’re filled with brawlers, some of which feature no online capabilities. Developer Rejected Games have brought to us Marooners; a party game with a twist: mini-games switch out on-the-fly between one another paving way for hectic battles. When you load … Read More »

For those of you who never paid attention in any history class, during the 1940’s the world was in its second World War.  Now as a gamer well after the fact, this traumatic event has given us the opportunity for us to try to relive those experiences as a front lines warfighter.  Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China gives everyone a chance to experience those amazing dogfights in the skies of the war while giving players a bunch of ways to play. As XboxOneUK’s resident Yank, and a former member of the US military, it was hard for me to look … Read More »

Typically people play games in two different ways. There are those that like to power through a single player campaign as quickly as possible and get to the climax of a story and then there are those that spend their time checking every little crevice for secrets, more ammo, or even maybe a side quest that helps enhance the overall experience. The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is definitely for those of the latter of the two.  It is a game that allows players to explore in a somewhat open-world the paranormal activity of a small town known as Red Creek … Read More »

As someone who knows little about the Dragon Ball Z universe, one has become grateful over the quality of fighting games Bandai Namco have managed to churn out regarding the anime. Dragon Ball Xenoverse was the first fighting game I experienced surrounding the anime/ manga of Dragon Ball Z, and the only reason I wanted to play it (other than it being a fighting game) was the ‘MMO’ aspect of the game, collecting loot and buffing your character – it was an endless, yet fun grind and a brilliant way to keep gamers active. Fast forward a few years and … Read More »

Imagine a world where you can’t trust your neighbours. Where everyone is spying on everyone else. Imagine a world where you are the landlord of a building and it is your job to spy on your tenants and report them to the government. This is the world that Beholder is set in. A slight parody of the old Soviet Union. You play as Carl, a family man with a wife, a son at university and a young daughter. You have been installed as the landlord of a building and it is your job to keep the building running, to spy … Read More »

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