Tagged: child of light

In this feature article, we have come up with our list of what we think are the best games to spend your £20 pocket money on and we will be counting down to our favourite, providing you with the most bang for your buck. These are purely Xbox One games and based on prices from the digital Microsoft Store. Before we rustle up our top twenty, we will start off with our honourable mentions; titles we really wanted to have in the list but didn’t quite make it for one reason or another. Honourable mentions Jackbox Party We couldn’t decide … Read More »

We all need to slow down a little. Relax. Take time out of our hectic schedules to ponder our decisions, rather than plunging headlong without pause for thought. Turn based games allow us to sit back and take a breath, consider all the options before making a decision. There might be a timer to keep things from stalling completely, but even so they still offer a different gaming experience. Here are five of the best. Child of Light | Ubisoft Montreal An early title for Xbox One, Ubisoft Montreal’s Child of Light launched in April 2014. This surprising gentle, dream-like fairy-tale takes … Read More »

To celebrate the anniversary of Child of Light, which released on 30th April last year, Ubisoft have publish a free ebook – an illustrated art book – entitled ‘Child of Light: Reginald The Great’. The game itself has a beautiful aesthetic and this book is no different: each page looks like an expertly painted water-colour and carries the same charm you’d expect from the Child of Light universe. The story follows Reginald, the son of Robert – a Bolmus – whom Aurora could recruit in her quest during the game. Although no new game has been confirmed, game director Patrick … Read More »

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