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Ethan Anderson (OkayEA)

Newshound and part of the TrueGaming Network YouTube team. College student who loves making videos and writing about games. In my free time I'm either struggling/failing to get completions, or praying for a Jak 4.
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Black Desert Celebrates 100 Days on Xbox with a New Class and Various Rewards

Black Desert has been available on Xbox for 100 days now, and developer Pearl Abyss will be adding the Shai class along with a number of items to celebrate the milestone.

Posted 1 month ago, 5 comments

Rimururu and Galford Are Back With Two New Samurai Shodown Trailers

Several Samurai Shodown character intro trailers have been released as the launch date for the 2D fighter draws near. This time, Rimururu and Galford are sharing some time in the spotlight.

Posted 1 month ago, 0 comments

New Indie RPG Cris Tales Lets You Travel Through the Past, Present, and Future

Cris Tales is a new indie title inspired by classic JRPGs. Playing as the heroine Crisbell, you'll be able to observe the past, make choices in the present, and witness the consequences in the future all at the same time.

Posted 1 month ago, 4 comments

12 Minutes Has You Solve Your Own Murder In A Nightmarish Time Loop

Annapurna Interactive has just announced a brand new "interactive thriller" that has players assuming the role of a husband who continues to go through the same 12 minutes over and over until the situation turns into a nightmare

Posted 1 month ago, 18 comments

First Look at Tales of Arise, the Next Mainline Title in the Tales Series

It's rare to see Tales games on Xbox consoles, with the majority of recent entries being PlayStation exclusives. However, the long running JRPG series is returning with a new mainline title, Tales of Arise.

Posted 1 month ago, 11 comments

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Shows Off A Bit More With Xbox At E3

The Xbox E3 conference is has shown off a number of games thus far, one of those being Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Its gameplay reveal was yesterday at EA Play, and today, a more cinematic trailer was shown off.

Posted 1 month ago, 6 comments

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Gameplay Shows Off Some Brand New Force Moves

EA Play kicked off with the first ever look at gameplay for the upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The gameplay reveal showed off lightsaber combat and various Force techniques on the Wookie planet, Kashyyyk.

Posted 1 month ago, 40 comments

CODE VEIN Multiplayer Network Test is Now Live

The closed network test for Bandai Namco's upcoming Souls-like RPG CODE VEIN is now live. The team behind the game has also released a behind-the-scenes video to give players a look at its inner-workings.

Posted 1 month ago, 18 comments

Marvel's Avengers Will Reportedly Have Co-Op and Hero Customization

More details have leaked regarding Square Enix's upcoming Avengers title. Players will reportedly be able to play co-op in groups of up to four players with customizable heroes.

Posted 1 month ago, 19 comments

Black Desert's Awakening Update Brings New Content to All Classes

The console version of Black Desert has been gradually receiving updates and changes to bring it closer and closer to its PC counterpart. The Awakening update will be adding new content for all 10 of the available classes.

Posted 1 month ago, 2 comments

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Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Review

No matter how you felt about the first game, The Division 2 is likely to please players on all sides of the conversation. There's something here for fans, critics, and newcomers alike.

Posted 3 months ago, 22 comments

Jump Force Review

Jump Force somehow only ever reaches an overall average level of quality despite all of the star power on its roster. This Shonen Jump crossover looks good on paper, but in practice, it lacks polish.

Posted 5 months ago, 14 comments

JackQuest: Tale of the Sword Review

JackQuest: Tale of the Sword is a rather average experience, and there are far better options that explore the platforming and metroidvania genres in much more engaging ways.

Posted 5 months ago, 3 comments

Sundered: Eldritch Edition Review

Sundered: Eldritch Edition is a tough game that's able to give players that "one more time" feeling. There will be many deaths, but you almost always have the chance to come back stronger to overcome obstacles.

Posted 6 months ago, 6 comments

Fallout 76 Review

Fallout 76's multiplayer features are welcome additions to the series, but they come at the expense of storytelling and story-driven elements that fans have come to expect from the franchise.

Posted 7 months ago, 74 comments

The Shapeshifting Detective Review

Have you ever watched a murder mystery show and thought that you could do a better job than the detectives? The Shapeshifting Detective is an FMV game that allows you to prove just how good of a sleuth you really are.

Posted 8 months ago, 7 comments

Anodyne Review

Anodyne uses certain elements from early 2D Legend of Zelda titles while managing to put its own spin on them, which ends up resulting in a unique adventure that should not be missed by fans of the genre.

Posted 9 months ago, 10 comments

Sigi - A Fart for Melusina Review

Sigi - A Fart for Melusina will have you running, jumping, farting, and defeating monsters on your quest to save the damsel in distress, Melusina. Don't be fooled though, this journey isn't an arduous one.

Posted 10 months ago, 21 comments

Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier Review

Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier has players following a story of conflict between an ape tribe and a human town, and it allows you to play for both sides. Through your choices, the game can end in peace or in violence.

Posted 10 months ago, 11 comments

The Mooseman Review

The Mooseman succeeds in creating an educational experience that focuses on the ancient myths of Finno-Ugric tribes. The information provided enhances the storyline, but the gameplay leaves a bit to be desired.

Posted 11 months ago, 48 comments

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Alvastia Chronicles First Impressions

If you're looking for a new JRPG with a nostalgic feel to it, Alvastia Chronicles might just be what you're looking for. Listen to Will's first impression of the game to help decide whether or not it's for you.

Posted 5 months ago, 6 comments

A Look Back at the Tales Series – JRPGs That You May Have Missed Entirely

JRPG fans know that Xbox doesn't have many games in that genre. Tales of Vesperia is one of the better options, but it's the only game in its franchise on Xbox, so here's a quick look back at key aspects of the series.

Posted 6 months ago, 28 comments

Agatha Knife First Impressions

Agatha Knife is a point-and-click adventure game that contains dark humour, satire, and an extremely bizarre premise. You play as a young girl named Agatha who looks to create her own religion.

Posted 1 year ago, 4 comments

Alteric First Impressions

Alteric is a 2D platformer that'll test your skills and your patience. The minimalist art style and straightforward gameplay mechanics initially make the game feel easier than it actually is.

Posted 1 year ago, 10 comments

Shoppe Keep First Impressions

Have you ever wondered what life is like for the average shop owner in an RPG? Well even if you haven't, Shoppe Keep allows you to experience the life of a merchant first-hand.

Posted 1 year ago, 14 comments

Defender's Quest: Valley of the Forgotten DX First Impressions

Defender's Quest: Valley of the Forgotten DX is a mix between the tower defense and RPG genres. Your goal in the game is to defend your Librarian as she destroys the zombie-like Revenants.

Posted 1 year ago, 2 comments

Bleed 2 First Impressions

Bleed 2 is an action-packed twin-stick shooter that wants you to defeat tons of enemies in style. You play through the game as Wryn, The Greatest Hero of All Time, as she fights off a villain invasion.

Posted 1 year ago, 3 comments

Starpoint Gemini: Warlords First Impressions

Starpoint Gemini: Warlords is a space sim that contains strategy and RPG elements. Unsurprisingly, your goal is to become a warlord and take control of the Gemini system.

Posted 1 year ago, 7 comments

Descenders First Impressions

Descenders is a mountain biking game that focuses on downhill freeriding in procedurally generated courses. The aim of the game is to become a legendary Descender by raising your rep.

Posted 1 year ago, 9 comments

Claybook First Impressions

Claybook is a clay-filled world that is just waiting to be rolled through. The game is a work-in-progress title that is part of Xbox Game Preview. In Claybook, you play as a piece of clay as you navigate your surroundings.

Posted 1 year ago, 6 comments

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