Tagged: Game of the Year

It's no surprise that Blizzard's Arena Shooter Overwatch was given the game of the year award in December last year. With millions of active players across all formats and developers dishing out constant updates to the game to keep things fresh, not to mention its still expensive, even second hand, Blizzard knows how to make great addictive games - just look at their other titles such as Warcraft, Diablo and Hearthstone (still waiting for a console release Blizzard!). According to TrueAchievements, Overwatch: Game of the Year Edition is coming at the end of the month and here's what you get ... Read More »
That's it. The nominations have been made, the votes counted, and we can reveal our Game of the Year 2016. Before we do, it's worth looking at our five nominated games, and exploring why each deserved to be on the shortlist. Each is a winner in its own right, from our Indie Game Of The Year Inside, to the game that smashed the MOBA and FPS together to revitalise both genres, Overwatch. Take a look at our shortlist. DOOM A resurrection of the classic, DOOM set its stall out pretty early on - this is one of the fastest FPS games ... Read More »
It's time to choose our Game of the Year 2016. We've whittled down over 400 games to just 5 - and we want YOU to pick the overall winner. Every game on the list is a winner in its own right. Have a look at the list below - then pick your favourite! DOOM A resurrection of the classic, DOOM set its stall out pretty early on - this is one of the fastest FPS games we've ever played. It's not subtle, but it's loud, exciting and entertaining from start to finish. With pick up and play multiplayer that doesn't ... Read More »
Here's a story that those us is still gaming on our glorious but venerable 720p Pioneer Plasmas can't get that excited about (that will change when Santa corrects his error and delivers that 4K monster we just know someone gifted us), but we know there's a huge crowd out there that does care about such things. Resident Evil 7's producer, Masachika Kawata, speaking to GamingBolt, has confirmed the game will run at 60fps and 1080p on Xbox One, and will support HDR on Xbox One S. All jesting aside, we've seen the effect of the performance gap between Xbox One and PS4 ... Read More »
It's that time of the year when right-thinking gamers the world over eschew the BBC Sports Personality of the year awards for something far more interesting - the Game of the Year announcements. Here at Xbox One UK we're no different - and we're tearing ourselves away from the mince pies for just long enough to ask you to get involved. Over 400 games have been released between 1 December 2015 and 16 December 2016 that are eligible for this year's vote - and we want your help in narrowing it down. We want everyone to vote for their favourite ... Read More »
It would seem that the latest victim of the "Oh no a retailer has leaked a game early" epidemic currently sweeping the gaming community world wide is the Game of the Year edition of Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Knight. The German off shoot of online retailing behemoth Amazon have listed the title on their site with a release date of 28th July 2016. With this title receiving the most mixed reviews of all the Arkham games then perhaps it is a little surprising that Arkham Knight is receiving a game of the year edition. However, featuring cover art that differs from that ... Read More »
EA have announced that they will release a Game Of The Year edition of Dragon Age: Inquisition. This special edition will be released on Xbox One next month. This Game Of The Year edition will include the full game and all of the DLC. The DLC includes Jaws of Hakkon, The Descent, Trespasser, Deluxe Upgrade, Spoils of the Avvar, and Spoils of the Qunari. All of this will be released on October 6 on Xbox One. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter and to like our Facebook Page to keep up to date with all of the latest Xbox ... Read More »
Bandland Review Badland could be described as a physics based sidescroller, but I find that it doesn't really fit neatly into any one genre. At times is feels like an endless runner, but at others it's almost a platformer. What it comes down to is that you move your little animal by flapping its equally tiny wings and drift up into the air. That's the extent of the controls in Badland. The longer you press, the higher the fluffball bird will fly and the farther to the right it will go. Simple! The first few levels are easy. You'll get ... Read More »

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