Xbox One

Generally games tend to take us away from the troubles and strife of normal everyday lives. They allow us to be space pilots, or monster hunters, or a leader of an elite zombie killing squad. They let us show our skills on the football pitch, or take on the role of a train driver or
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Exploring Outer Wilds’ stunning clockwork solar system in 2019 was truly something special, so getting the chance to return in a DLC expansion feels like Christmas came early – or, in this case, more like Halloween. Echoes of the Eye weaves one more thread worth pulling into the already complex tapestry of Outer Wilds, handily
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Summary Collect the best vehicles in the Hot Wheels universe, build spectacular tracks, and dive into breathtaking races. Race side by side with your friends in split-screen mode for 2 players or face up to 12 opponents in online challenges. Hot Wheels Unleashed launches September 30 for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S and is
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A story told from the perspective of a murderer is a thrilling ride, whether that be through documentaries or non-fiction, a villain’s diaries about their evil doings are an addictive read for some. They certainly prove very popular, whether that be of our need to understand what makes a person commit such a heinous crime
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With the Aftermath expansion, World War Z is a much different game than when it debuted in 2019, and overwhelmingly for the better. With more episodes to rampage through, a greater selection of playable classes, and dozens of major quality-of-life improvements (like zombies no longer being able to pull you off ledges and devour you
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For the first time ever, you can play Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Harmony of Dissonance, Aria of Sorrow, and Dracula X on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S in the Castlevania Advance Collection! You’ve never seen these beloved Castlevania titles like this before. Lovingly remastered by Konami and M2, the updated versions of these
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Summary The supernatural gameplay at the heart of Life is Strange: True Colors is built around tapping into the brightly colored auras surrounding other characters, and diving into the strong emotions they represent. Making this extremely visual, color-driven power accessible to players with Color Vision Deficiency (CVD) was emblematic of the Deck Nine team’s approach
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Imagine stepping into an original D&D setting that’s been lovingly written and DM’d by Tim Burton or Shel Silverstein. Instead of elves and dwarves, you have a giant card shop that’s also a person, a decadent duke, and a scary-looking upside-down guy who only dreams of being able to rhyme – just to give a
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There are many stories about omnipotent creators shaping worlds as players move through the fictional lands created, rolling dice to see who lives and who dies. This meta device used in games is prevalent in the likes of The Stanley Parable and the excellent Lost Words: Beyond the Page. So is the case – and
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I Am Fish is without a doubt the weirdest game I’ve played this year and appears to have been made by insane people. In other words, I really enjoyed it. It’s an intentionally frustrating physics-based platformer and a literal fish-out-of-water story that challenges you to overcome ridiculous obstacles. Escaping captivity is not always as fair
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Inspired by the classics of horror, Omen of Sorrow sees Xbox and PC players given the chance to join the battle, and conquer the darkness.  Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC through Steam, Omen of Sorrow comes out of the eastasiasoft and AOne Games teams to
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The Yakuza series and its spin-offs are renowned for juxtaposing simmering crime drama plots alongside quirkier complementary diversions, but Lost Judgment is the first time that the side dishes have turned out to be more satisfying than the main course. An intriguing murder case at its center doesn’t quite go the distance thanks to a
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Ah, the fighting game. One of the oldest genres there is. There’s loads of fighting games to choose from, and many of them come from some of the most recognized franchises in all of gaming. From Street Fighter to Soulcalibur and from Mortal Kombat to Streets of Rage. With so many options, why would anyone
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Tokyo Game Show remains one of the world’s biggest celebrations of video games and culture, bringing together fans from around the world to enjoy the latest and greatest in gaming. This year marks the 25th anniversary of Asia’s biggest gaming event, with the show again taking a virtual format. The 2021 theme of Tokyo Game
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We’ve heard the premise and we’ve seen the videos, but now it’s time for the hype to really build behind Youtubers Life 2, as a full release date is confirmed. Youtubers Life 2 is the follow-up to the previously released Youtubers Life: OMG Edition, and will be released by Raiser Games and UPLAY Online on
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I’ve got a long history with the Tales series. I was absolutely obsessed with Tales of Symphonia back on the GameCube, beating it at least four times, and I’ve been chasing that special kind of JRPG love for years – mostly without success. I’ve played Abyss, Graces, Hearts, and the acclaimed Vesperia, but they all
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Much like the iconic Rocky Balboa himself, the glory days of the arcade boxing genre are well behind it. Hell, when Midway’s respectable Ready 2 Rumble Boxing first laced up its gloves the President of Russia was Boris Yeltsin, Justin Timberlake was merely the tallest guy in NSYNC, and putting on a Marvel movie just
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First released in September 2011, SEGA’s Rise of Nightmares was made especially for Kinect on Xbox 360. Among the range of games available for the peripheral, it is the least likely title ever made for the Kinect – there’s no dancing, no pets, no sports. (Though by its end, hacking through hordes of re-animated corpses
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