Category Archives: Xbox One

‘Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell’ Review

Platforms Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, PC Developer Volition/High Voltage Software   Publisher Deep Silver Genre Sandbox/Action   Platform Played On Xbox 360 Alongside the release of Saints Row IV Re-Elected, Deep Silver published an expansion to Saints Row IV which may be purchased as a standalone title in both physical and digital form. Taking place […]
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‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’ Dead Kings DLC Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC Publisher Ubisoft Developer Ubisoft Montreal Genre Action-Adventure Platform Played PlayStation 4 Assassin’s Creed Dead Kings is the latest DLC story expansion for Assassin’s Creed Unity, which follows the events of the main campaign. Players will once again control Arno, who after the events of Unity is on a mission […]
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‘Far Cry 4′ Escape from Durgesh Prison DLC Review

Platforms PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC Publisher Ubisoft Developer Ubisoft Montreal Genre First Person Shooter Platform Played PlayStation 4 I played Far Cry 4 for over 50 hours, clearing a majority of the events, finding almost every collectable and (most importantly) earning every Trophy. As you would expect, when I found out new Far Cry 4 DLC […]
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‘Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris’ Review

Platforms PS4/XB1/PC Developer Crystal Dynamics   Publisher Square Enix Genre Action/Adventure   Platform Played On PC After a successful reboot in the form of the Anniversary trilogy – composed of Legend, Anniversary, and Underworld – the Tomb Raider franchise reinvented itself by introducing a completely-different point of view, in addition to bringing back into spotlight the […]
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‘Game of Thrones – Iron from Ice’ Review

Platforms PS4/XB1/PS3/360/PC/OS X/iOS/Android Developer Telltale Games   Publisher Telltale Games Genre Adventure   Platform Played On PC Ever since Home Box Office’s adaptation of George Raymond Richard Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy novels hit television, more than a few people have been calling it the best series ever. And rightfully so. It features […]
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‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ Review

Platforms PC, Xbox One, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360 Developer BioWare   Publisher Electronic Arts Genre RPG   Platform Played On PC My spare time for the past two weeks has been comprised almost exclusively of hour after hour of Dragon Age: Inquisition gameplay. Hours spent at my day job have been filled with daydreams of my inquisitor, Isseya Trevelyan, and  I […]
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‘Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC Publisher Sierra Entertainment Developer Lucid Games Genre Twin Stick Shooter Platform Played PlayStation 4 It’s easy to mistake Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions as a simple twin stick shooter, but Geometry Wars 3 is far from it. Most twin stick shooters put the player on the […]
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‘Never Alone’ Review

Platforms PS4/XB1/PC (Steam) Developer Upper One Games   Publisher E-Line Media Genre Action/Adventure   Platform Played On PC Let’s be honest here – how much do you really know about the Alaskan Native peoples? Forgive me if I seem too blunt, but I imagine not a lot. Neither have I; at least not until experiencing Never […]
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‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ Review

Platforms Xbox One Publisher Microsoft Developer 343 Industries Genre First-Person Shooter Many of us remember the special moments in our lives when we get small peaks into the mature realms of adulthood in one manner or another. One of my greatest memories was when I was in the 5th grade. I sat down with my dad and watched my first-ever […]
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‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ Review

Platforms: PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC Publisher: Activision Developer: Sledgehammer Games Genre: First Person Shooter Platform Played: PS4 We all say the same thing every year; that Call of Duty has become stale, that it’s the same thing every year in and out. And while largely true, (Infinity Ward, I’m looking at you) Advanced Warfare […]
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‘Tales From The Borderlands’ Episode 1 ‘Zer0 Sum’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4/Xbox One/PC/Xbox 360/Playstation 3 Publisher TellTale Games Developer TellTale Games Genre Point and Click Adventure Platform Played Xbox One Upon starting the first episode of TellTale’s newest episodic series Tales From The Borderlands, we are introduced to a number of the main characters. Rhys, one of the characters you control, is employed by Hyperion and […]
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‘Far Cry 4′ Review

Platforms PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC Publisher Ubisoft Developer Ubisoft Montreal Genre First Person Shooter Platform Played Xbox One If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That is the motto Ubisoft Montreal took when working on the sequel to 2012’s Far Cry 3, Far Cry 4. Better yet, Far Cry 4 takes what worked in its predecessor, and improves […]
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‘Pure Pool’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC Publisher Ripstone Games Developer VooFoo Studios Genre Sports Platform Played Xbox One Getting together with friends over a few drinks and shooting several games of pool is a fairly common pastime, and Pure Pool sets out to faithfully recreate that environment but in the comfort of your own home. The minute […]
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‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC Publisher Ubisoft Developer Ubisoft Montreal Genre Action-Adventure Platform Played PlayStation 4 Assassin’s Creed Unity is the first true current generation title in the franchise. With it comes some of the most gorgeous visuals the series has delivered, as well as the most amazing visual representation of Paris I have […]
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‘Sunset Overdrive’ Review

Platform Xbox One Developer Insomniac Games   Publisher Microsoft Genre Third-Person Action Admittedly, it was a bit weird seeing an Insomniac Games title exclusively on a Microsoft platform at first. It’s far from a bad thing. In fact, there’s nothing bad about it, but Insomniac’s franchises have been on Sony platforms for years, so I couldn’t help but wonder how […]
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