All News tagged with 'Review'

Echo Generation review

Wondering what to try next on Xbox Game Pass, or looking for your next turn-based adventure? Check out what we thought of Echo Generation!

Posted 6 days ago by Heidi Nicholas 11

Back 4 Blood review

Back 4 Blood sees Turtle Rock Studios return to top zombie-killing form, and Tom jumped in to help save the people of Fort Hope from a fate worse than death... here's what he found.

Posted 14 days ago by Tom West 86

Far Cry 6 review

Tom decided to fight in a revolution for his Far Cry 6 review, battling it out with special forces soldiers and wild animals to free Yara from the clutches of a tyrant.

Posted 20 days ago by Tom West 79

BPM: Bullets Per Minute review

Hardcore rhythm shooter BPM finally arrives on Xbox today, delivering a unique and intense experience that is not for the faint-hearted. Luke ventures into Hell (again) to bring you the verdict on this brutal game...

Posted 21 days ago by Luke Albigés 30

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania review

Another remake rolls onto the scene, this time with Sega dusting off the greatest monkey-rolling simulators of all time. How do these classics hold up in the modern era? Luke peels Banana Mania to find out...

Posted 22 days ago by Luke Albigés 17

Chernobylite review

Tom ventured into the radioactive wasteland of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone to help a lovesick physicist find his missing fiancée, take down an evil corporation, and destroy creatures from another realm.

Posted 28 days ago by Tom West 34

Hot Wheels Unleashed review

Hot Wheels Unleashed speeds onto Xbox later this week, but how well do these small cars gel with the larger-than-life courses? Luke took some toys for a test drive to find out...

Posted 28 days ago by Luke Albigés 21

FIFA 22 review

Football fanatic Kes sat down for many, many hours of the latest football sim from EA, FIFA 22. How does this year's iteration fare after a few years of mediocrity?

Posted 29 days ago by Kes Eylers-Stephenson 34

Sable review

Artsy adventure Sable glides onto Xbox Game Pass this week, and it's a melting pot of magical moments, technical issues, laid-back exploration, and a whole lot more. Luke masks up and sets out on The Gliding...

Posted 1 month ago by Luke Albigés 40

Tails Of Iron review

Been looking for your next action RPG? Fancy some souls-like combat? Check out what we thought of Tails of Iron in our review:

Posted 1 month ago by Heidi Nicholas 9

EPOS H3 Hybrid headset hands-on

Tom had the chance to take the new EPOS H3 Hybrid headset for a test drive. Is it comfortable, versatile, and can it withstand the audio strain deathcore?

Posted 1 month ago by Tom West 12

The Artful Escape review

Go from small-town dreamer with a guitar to interstellar rock god in The Artful Escape — the trippiest game to arrive on Game Pass in recent memory and an experience unlike any other. Here's what we thought...

Posted 1 month ago by Luke Albigés 22

Life is Strange: True Colors review

The latest entry into the Life is Strange series takes us to Haven Springs for an emotional rollercoaster of a story. Check out what Sean thought about the narrative adventure in his Life is Strange: True Colors review.

Posted 1 month ago by Sean Carey 38

Struggling review

Tom relinquished control of his humanoid body and boldly experienced life as a fleshy ball with arms, in our official Struggling review.

Posted 1 month ago by Tom West 4

The Big Con review

Looking forward to The Big Con? Check out what we thought of the Nineties crime adventure in our Big Con review:

Posted 1 month ago by Heidi Nicholas 6

Lake review

Lake, which takes us back to the Eighties for a relaxed adventure in Providence Oaks, launches for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S in September — check out what we thought in our Lake review.

Posted 2 months ago by Heidi Nicholas 26

Aliens: Fireteam Elite review

Tom loaded his Pulse Rifle and boarded the "elevator to hell" in Aliens: Fireteam Elite to eradicate the Xenomorph threat. It's all big guns and acid baths when not relaxing on the UAS Endeavor.

Posted 2 months ago by Tom West 54

Psychonauts 2 review

Psychonauts 2 arrives later this week for Xbox Series X|S, PC, and Xbox One, dropping straight into Xbox Game Pass when it does. Has Double Fine managed to bottle lightning with Raz's return? Find out in our review...

Posted 2 months ago by Luke Albigés 32

Twelve Minutes review

Interactive thriller Twelve Minutes traps you in a time loop and tasks you with solving it. Check out what we thought in our Twelve Minutes review...

Posted 2 months ago by Heidi Nicholas 34

Hades review

A year after it first released to a rapturous response from players and critics alike, Hades finally makes its way to Xbox (and Game Pass!) this week. Luke journeys to Hell and back to find out what all the fuss is about...

Posted 2 months ago by Luke Albigés 55

The Ascent review

Cyberpunk RPG/shooter The Ascent jacks into the Xbox Game Pass library today and while it's certainly very pretty, the experience is almost flatlined by a constant barrage of bugs, glitches, and crashes.

Posted 3 months ago by Luke Albigés 86

Omno review

Omno, the beautiful adventure puzzler from Studio Inkyfox, launches into Xbox Game Pass today. Check out what we thought in our Omno review.

Posted 3 months ago by Heidi Nicholas 16

Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance review

Tuque Games' third-person action RPG, Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance is out tomorrow. Tom wraps up warm and heads to Icewind Dale in search of adventure, and to give you his verdict on this co-op adventure.

Posted 4 months ago by Tom West 147

Chivalry 2 review

Torn Banner Studios' medieval first-person slasher Chivalry 2 is out now. Tom straps on his armour and charges into battle to bring you his verdict on this brutal multiplayer gorefest.

Posted 4 months ago by Tom West 17

Biomutant review

Thinking about picking up Biomutant? Check out what we thought about the “post-apocalyptic kung-fu fable” in our Biomutant review.

Posted 5 months ago by Heidi Nicholas 55

Just Die Already review

DoubleMoose Games' 'old person mayhem sandbox' Just Die Already launches today. Tom goes full Bad Grandpa to bring you his verdict on this extremely silly open world playground for elderly troublemakers.

Posted 5 months ago by Tom West 19

Outriders review

Outriders is seemingly off to a pretty strong start, but is it any good? Yes... at least when the online aspect allows it to be. Here's our squad's take on People Can Fly's new sci-fi action-RPG.

Posted 6 months ago by Luke Albigés 59

Little Nightmares 2 review

If you enjoyed the creepy world of the first Little Nightmares, you'll love Little Nightmares 2. It's a tension-fuelled ride filled with grotesque horrors and wonderfully atmospheric locations. You won't want it to end.

Posted 8 months ago by Sean Carey 19

The Medium review

Bloober Team's psychological thriller The Medium is here at last, channeling Silent Hill via Polish surrealist art to deliver a narrative experience which is flawed yet fascinating.

Posted 9 months ago by Luke Albigés 119

Hitman 3 review

The final game in the trilogy doesn't deviate much in terms of gameplay when compared to Hitman 2, but more fantastically designed levels, improved visuals, and a fitting conclusion to Agent 47's story makes Hitman 3 a must-play.

Posted 9 months ago by Sean Carey 71

Cyberpunk 2077 review

Cyberpunk 2077 is almost upon us! Here are our thoughts after spending a good amount of quality time with CD Projekt RED's latest epic RPG adventure...

Posted 10 months ago by Heidi Nicholas 241

Immortals Fenyx Rising review

It might not be called Gods and Monsters any more, but it still has both those things in abundance. Look past the terrible title and corny dialogue to find arguably Ubisoft's strongest game of the year...

Posted 11 months ago by Luke Albigés 21

The Falconeer (Xbox Series X) review

With plenty of big-budget games available for Xbox Series X|S at launch, it's easy to skip over the smaller ones. The Falconeer is a good indie title that shouldn't be missed, even if it does fly too close to the sun on occasion.

Posted 11 months ago by Sean Carey 14

Xbox Series X review

We've been trying out Microsoft's new console for the last few weeks and after considerable testing, here are our thoughts on all aspects of the Series X...

Posted 11 months ago by Luke Albigés 120

Yakuza: Like a Dragon (Xbox Series X) review

Sega flings its ever-crazy series into a new generation, with a brand new kind of gameplay backed up by some seriously impressive tech. Here's our verdict on the Series X version...

Posted 11 months ago by Luke Albigés 22

Watch Dogs: Legion review

DedSec has made its way across the pond in Watch Dogs: Legion, and while the dystopian London it presents makes for a compelling setting, the game suffers from a flawed gameplay mechanic and legions of bugs.

Posted 1 year ago by Sean Carey 60