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Rainbow Studios and THQ Nordic have added to their popular series of Mx vs ATV with this latest offering of All Out.  A new complete off-road racer with the lifestyle experience. The series started back in 2005 and featured for the first time, dirt bikes and ATVs in the same game, bringing a whole new dimension to off road racing. It was a welcomed change to the normal world of racing in the gaming world, with a new a twist into an untapped market.  The game has evolved and went through various tweaks and additions to enhance the overall experience … Read More »

We all have seen the popularity of battle royale genre of games.  The online community is forever growing where media platforms such as Twitch and Mixer are becoming as popular as traditional television where the genre has been taking over in viewership.  Darwin Project is one of the newest entries to Xbox for the genre that pits 10 players against each other with a twist that makes it way different from the rest of the titles out there.  Developed by Scavengers Studio and currently in early access, where it shows some promise, it also has a lot of work that … Read More »

The premise of a lot of video games is that you, the protagonist, is there to save the world from what ever impending doom is coming. The premise of Extinction is something a little different. The world has already fallen to the ogre armies and now it is your task to just try to save as many people as possible, to try to stop the human race from going extinct. You play as Avil, a hero with a sword and your main enemies are the Ravenii. Basically these are just giant ogres which take up half of the screen. These … Read More »

Developed by the small six-person team at Threye Interactive, indie puzzle platformer Switch – Or Die Trying does exactly what it says on the tin: switch between a small and large character in order to navigate brutally difficult levels where you will die, a lot. Whilst the level of unforgiving challenge presented here will undoubtedly be of interest to some, the clunky and unintuitive controls prohibit this quirky indie title from being anything other than tedious. At first glance, the level design is adorably charming. Each of the five worlds have their own distinctive art and sound design from a Stranger Things-esque forest … Read More »

Over a year ago, we had the pleasure of reviewing Bridge Constructor Stunts – the sequel to 2015’s Bridge Constructor. It was a fun way to pass the time testing your logic in basic physics while trying to complete puzzles involving moving a vehicle from point A to point B without any hindrance. Developer ClockStone is now taking a new twist with adding in a spin from the classic series Portal in its follow up Bridge Constructor Portal. The concept here is the same as before.  You have to create ramps and bridges to get vehicles to the end point … Read More »

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 »

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 »

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