Category: Xbox One

Homefront: The Revolution Review

The sequel to the 2011 linear first-person shooter, Homefront: The Revolution breaks out into the open world despite a seemingly cursed development cycle, rising through two separate developers’ financial crises, and coming just shy of delivering a vision of foreign occupation in America. Like it’s predecessor, you can see the influences from Red Dawn shine…


Styx: Master of Shadows Review

Developer: Cyanide Studios Publisher: Focus Home Interactive Platforms: PC, Xbox One, Playstation 4 Coming from 2012’s Of Orcs and Men from Cyanide Studios, Styx: Master of Shadows tells the tale of the title character, Styx’s, origin. It plays out like a prequel to Of Orcs and Men, fleshing out the already expansive dark, high fantasy…


7 Days to Die – Xbox One Review

Publisher: The Fun Pimps Developer: Telltale Publishing ​7 Days to Die isn’t the person you bring home to meet the folks. It’s ugly, it’s crude, and feels like something you don’t want to admit you partake in when people ask what you do with your free time. Underneath the rough exterior (and some bits of…


Blood Bowl 2 Review

Games Workshop is at it again with the sequel to the ultimate sportsball game! The original Blood Bowl was a PC hit inspired by the extremely popular board game made by Games Workshop. It has all the elements of Football you could want, plus death! You smash your way down the field, often trying to…


Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Review

Reviewed by: Austen Developed by: Treyarch Published by: Activision Blizzard Platform reviewed: PC Version reviewed: 1460533 Price (USD): $59.99      Let me start this off by saying that this game might not be what you think it is. You see, many people have now jumped on board the Call of Duty hate train over the…