All News tagged with 'Review'

Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2 review

Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2 is out now on Xbox Game Pass. Check out what we had to say about Ninja Theory's stunning sequel in our Hellblade 2 review.

Posted 8 days ago by Sean Carey 138

Secretlab Titan Evo chair review

The Secretlab Titan Evo is the best desk-based gaming chair for PC and Xbox players, even if it is a bit on the expensive side.

Posted 6 months ago by Ian Stokes 71

Redfall review: Not dreadful, but a far cry from Arkane's finest

Arkane's vampire-hunting FPS Redfall is finally here, but can the studio take a bite out of the crowded open world game market? Luke headed to a quaint middle-American town overrun with bloodsucking freaks to find out...

Posted 1 year ago by Luke Albigés 131

Minecraft Legends review

Minecraft Legends arrives on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows and joins Xbox Game Pass on April 18th. Here are our thoughts on Mojang Studio's latest Minecraft spin-off.

Posted 1 year ago by Sean Carey 16

Resident Evil 4 review: A killer remake? Bingo!

Capcom's Resident Evil 4 remake arrives on Xbox Series X|S on March 24th, and we've already blasted through the reworked campaign to see how Leon's little European excursion has changed. Here's how we got on...

Posted 1 year ago by Luke Albigés 106

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty review: Warriors' Souls burns bright

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty launches into Xbox Game Pass this week, and Team Ninja's Nioh-esque spin on Three Kingdoms lore returns to the format of the PlayStation exclusive action-RPGs while adding some magic of its own.

Posted 1 year ago by Luke Albigés 34

Atomic Heart review: Rage against the machines

Atomic Heart explodes onto Xbox this week, launching into Game Pass for all to enjoy its over-the-top mechanical mayhem. How does the game stack up to the intense footage we've been shown in the lead-up to launch?

Posted 1 year ago by Luke Albigés 69

Wanted: Dead review: The lost PS2 game that never was

Soleil's brutal action title Wanted: Dead launches today for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One, and what a perplexing, entertaining, intriguing, frustrating, and occasionally satisfying mess of a game it is...

Posted 1 year ago by Luke Albigés 26

Hogwarts Legacy review: A spellbinding world to explore

Hogwarts Legacy will apparate onto Xbox Series X|S this week, bringing original magical stories of the Wizarding World to us in a whole new way. Here are our thoughts on Portkey Games' latest RPG.

Posted 1 year ago by Tom West 144

Blacktail review

Blacktail launches on Xbox Series X|S today, taking us on a fantastical adventure filled with feisty mushrooms, untalkative stones, and a war-obsessed ant queen. Here are our thoughts on Baba's search for her sister.

Posted 1 year ago by Tom West 9

Gungrave G.O.R.E review

Gungrave G.O.R.E launches on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Game Pass today, bringing the explosive third-person action from the early 2000s to a new generation. Here are our thoughts on this return of the cult franchise.

Posted 1 year ago by Tom West 23

Evil West review

Evil West blasts onto Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One tomorrow, offering up a blend of famed Old West tropes with challenging vampire and monster slaying in linear story-focused gameplay. Here are our thoughts.

Posted 1 year ago by Tom West 33

Somerville review

Sci-fi narrative adventure game Somerville launches for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC today, and also drops straight into Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass. Here are our thoughts on Jumpship's debut title.

Posted 1 year ago by Sean Carey 14

Pentiment review

Pentiment, Obsidian's historical artistic adventure and labour of love, arrives on Xbox, PC, and Game Pass tomorrow — here are our thoughts on this creative masterwork having rolled credits and jumped back in for more...

Posted 1 year ago by Luke Albigés 49

Gotham Knights review

Gotham Knights swoops onto Xbox Series X|S this week, telling the tale of a post-Batman Gotham City. Luke donned cowl and cape to see how the new action-RPG from Warner Bros. Montreal compares to Bats' best.

Posted 1 year ago by Luke Albigés 98

A Plague Tale: Requiem review

A Plague Tale: Requiem launches for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox Game Pass, and PC Game Pass tomorrow, bringing with it a tidal wave of rats, despair, and rotting bodies. Here's what Sean had to say about Amicia and Hugo's latest outing.

Posted 1 year ago by Sean Carey 77

Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed review

Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed takes the rising popularity of asymmetrical multiplayer gameplay and blends it with the wackiness of its source material. Tom grabbed his Proton Pack and had a go at ghostbusting for himself...

Posted 1 year ago by Tom West 40

Beacon Pines review

Xbox Game Pass is gearing up to add adventure game Beacon Pines at launch — check out what we thought of the game in our review!

Posted 1 year ago by Heidi Nicholas 21

Saints Row review

Saints Row returns this week, and despite Volition's latest slice of over-the-top open world gang warfare having its share of bugs and issues, it's still a lot of fun. Luke took a quick city break to Santo Ileso to check it out...

Posted 1 year ago by Luke Albigés 132

Lord Winklebottom Investigates review

Lord Winklebottom Investigates takes us to the Isle of Barghest to uncover the truth behind a gruesome murder. See what we thought of our time with the game in our Lord Winklebottom Investigates review!

Posted 1 year ago by Heidi Nicholas 10

Bright Memory: Infinite review

Bright Memory: Infinite launches on Xbox Series X|S tomorrow, and we've battled it out with well-equipped soldiers and ancient warriors to give you our verdict on this sci-fi first-person shooter.

Posted 1 year ago by Tom West 34

As Dusk Falls review

As Dusk Falls, a new narrative adventure from Interior/Night and Xbox Game Studios, will take you on a tension-filled rollercoaster of a ride that spans 30 years. Here's what we thought of the new 'interactive drama.'

Posted 1 year ago by Sean Carey 48

Trek to Yomi review

Trek to Yomi is a side-scrolling samurai adventure that plays out in black and white. Kes reviews Hiroki's attempts to repel invaders on a voyage through the gruesome reality of the Edo period and the trippy shadow world of Yomi.

Posted 2 years ago by Kes Eylers-Stephenson 22

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga review

The biggest licensed Lego game to date launches tomorrow, and ahead of release, we've been on a sightseeing tour of the galaxy to see how Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga stacks up to its peers...

Posted 2 years ago by Luke Albigés 40

Weird West review

Weird West takes you on five journeys that question your mortality, but does the weirdness of this strange land deserve to be the bounty or the bounty hunter? Let's take a look...

Posted 2 years ago by Tom West 18

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands review

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands combines fantasy tabletop gaming with Borderlands' over-the-top combat, but how does it stack up to the excellent Borderlands 2 DLC, Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep? Let's find out...

Posted 2 years ago by Luke Albigés 43

Elden Ring: a comprehensive review

It's a good bit later than planned, but here's our (extremely long) take on FromSoftware's latest hardcore action-RPG, Elden Ring — a new twist on the Souls formula set in a dark fantasy world that's bigger than ever.

Posted 2 years ago by Luke Albigés 131

Grid Legends review

Grid Legends has burst onto the racing game scene, but will it take pole position in the genre? Here is our full review of the latest entry into the Grid series.

Posted 2 years ago by Sean Carey 30

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