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Beyond Blue Review

It’s weird how most people seem to hate water-levels in videogames, but at the same time, water itself is rather beloved in videogames. Well, this game takes place in the deep blue from start to...

AVICII Invector Review

AVICII Invector is a rhythm game which has you manoeuvring a spaceship* on a triangular track to the tunes of 25 songs by EDM superstar Tim Bergling (better known to the world as AVICII). The game imm...

Vanquish Remastered May Have Just Been Leaked

One of the cult classic titles of the last console generation seems like it’s coming to current generation platforms according to a leaked product listing. Vanquish from publisher Sega and devel...

The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan Review

The Dark Pictures is a new anthology format by Supermassive Games, the studio that brought us the delightfully horrific Until Dawn. In Man of Medan, the first entry in what is going to be a trilogy, w...

Hands-On With Blair Witch At Gamescom 2019

One of the games I was looking forward to the most at Gamescom, was Blair Witch. I’m sure all of us are familiar with the movie as it was nothing short of a cultural phenomenon. Everyone I knew ...

Hoverloop Announces Major Update & Fall 2019 Release

Hoverloop, the Belgian-made multiplayer drone combat game is now loaded with a ton of additional features! This milestone is a major step toward the full version’s release on Steam and Xbox One later ...

Construction Simulator 2 US: Console Edition Review – Xbox One

Construction Simulator 2 US – Console Edition (CS2US) starts out with the obligatory introduction tutorial, introducing you to the basic manoeuvrability of your first vehicles. It then gives you your ...

Ninja Gaiden 2 is now Backward Compatible on Xbox One and Xbox One X Enhanced, Five More Titles Also Join the Xbox One X Enhanced List

Microsoft has announced that the long requested Ninja Gaiden 2 is now backward compatible on Xbox One starting today. Not only that but it will also be Xbox One X enhanced. There are also five other t...

Stories: The Path of Destinies Review – Xbox One

As a child some of my favorite books to read were the “choose your own adventure” type books where you would come to a page and have a choice to make and would flip to the page it tells you to continu...

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