Andy Mills

Andy Mills (DamnSilly)

Just one of the fine Newshounds on TrueAchievements. An achievement hunter, and a lover of all kinds of games.
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The Dates Have Been Revealed For E3 2020

This year's E3 might only have just finished, but the first piece of news about next year's E3 has already been revealed: the date! As seen when leaving this year's show, next year's show will run from 9-11th June.

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inXile's Wasteland Remaster Now Also Coming To Xbox One

The new trailer for Wasteland 3 was not the only news this week for this post-apocalyptic series as it has now been revealed that the remaster of the original game will be coming to Xbox One as well as PC.

Posted 5 months ago by

Konami Announce eFootball PES 2020

Real Madrid and Espanyol fans might want to look away now, as the announcement for the next instalment in the long-running Pro Evolution Soccer series -- eFootball PES 2020 -- is all about Barcelona.

Posted 5 months ago by

Dontnod Entertainment Delays Twin Mirror Until 2020

In addition to making Twin Mirror the best game it can be, French developer Dontnod Entertainment has delayed the upcoming game until 2020 to "capitalise on Twin Mirror's success potential".

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Latest reviews by Andy Mills
Cities: Skylines Review

The best city builder on Xbox One almost by default, fans of the genre should enjoy Cities Skylines. However, missing features and content compared to the PC version does leave it as a lesser way to experience the game.

Posted 2 years ago by

Race The Sun Review

It may have taken its sweet time to make it onto the Xbox platform, but endless runner fans should definitely have an eye on Race The Sun thanks to fun, fast paced gameplay and a pretty minimalist aesthetic.

Posted 2 years ago by

Dark Arcana: The Carnival Review

There's not a huge amount of new stuff on offer in Dark Arcana: The Carnival, but with a short enjoyable story alongside a nice art style and easy completion, players may want to pick up the last Artifex Mundi title.

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Crypt of the NecroDancer Review

While Crypt of the NecroDancer is perhaps not one for the rhythmically challenged or those that don't enjoy difficult games, great music and a satisfying gameplay loop means there's plenty on offer here for others.

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Nevermind Review

Those that are interested in Nevermind for the horror elements will probably be disappointed, but a compelling premise and well-built atmosphere may mean a better time with the game for others.

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Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Review

This year, Infinite Warfare has coped with its poorly-received reveal and its competitors, both direct and indirect, releasing to critical success. The game itself is finally here, so how does it fare?

Posted 3 years ago by

FIFA 17 Review

After seeing what Konami had to offer a couple of weeks ago, it's the turn of EA and FIFA 17 to show us what it's got. As well as a new engine, the intriguing new story mode has people excited but does it live up to the promise?

Posted 3 years ago by

PES 2017 Review

With one of gaming's biggest and longest-running rivalries between PES and FIFA set to kick off soon, we see how the first title, Pro Evolution Soccer 2017, fares in the battle for footballing dominance.

Posted 3 years ago by

Hue Review

Considering the game's concept, nobody can accuse Hue of lacking any colour. But will this debut game from Fiddlesticks brighten up your day, or will it leave you feeling blue?

Posted 3 years ago by

#KILLALLZOMBIES Review

Until now, Ukrainian developer Beatshapers has not had a game on a Microsoft console. Will their twin-stick shooter #KILLALLZOMBIES be a good or bad start to their time on Xbox?

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Looking For Love: Video Game Romances Done Right

For one reason or another, romance is rarely at the forefront of games. This Valentine's Day, we're taking a look at just a few of the titles that have put even a little more focus on love.

Posted 9 months ago by

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