Category Archive: Xbox One

Xbox One Reviews

Super Destronaut DX 2 review for PS5/4, Xbox One/Series X

A highly derivative game gets an equally derivative sequel.

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The Ascent review for Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC

An action-packed cyberpunk RPG experience that won’t leave you disappointed.

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Skate City review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC

Just you, your skateboard, and the most chill vibe imaginable.

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Death’s Door review for Xbox One, PC

Crow grim reapers harvesting souls for the corporate afterlife will probably be one of the more unique GOTY contenders this year.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood review for PC, Xbox One/Series X, PS4/5

Blackwood stands as another solid chapter to an already incredibly expansive game.

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Roundguard review for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4

If you’re still holding out hope for Peggle 3, here’s the next best thing.

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Donuts’n’Justice review for PS5/PS4, Xbox One, Switch

A short, cheap Platinum that’s still not worth your time or money.

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Wingspan review for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4

Does this board game port take flight, or is it for the birds?

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King of Seas review for Xbox One, PS4, Switch

Yo-ho-so-so.

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Scarlet Nexus review for Xbox Series X, PS5, Xbox One, PS4, PC

If smacking monsters in the face with trucks is your thing, have we got the game for you.

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Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One

Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection answers the question: How badly does an enjoyable game have to perform before it’s no longer fun?

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Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance review for PC, PS4/5, Xbox One/Series X

Dark Alliance fails to deliver on both the Dungeons & Dragons name, and the Forgotten Realms setting.

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Buildings Have Feelings Too! review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One

Tear it all down.

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Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

SEGA’s second Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games title is a fun experience for both casual and competitive fans of the big event.

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Protocol review for Xbox One, PS4, PC

Protocol is nowhere near as clever, funny, or enjoyable as it seems to think it is.

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Rabisco+ review for PS4/PS5, Xbox One/Series X, Switch

Don’t let the cute exterior fool you: Rabisco+ is pretty tough.

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Mass Effect Legendary Edition review for PC, Xbox One, PS4

The Mass Effect Legendary Edition successfully de-ages the beloved trilogy, and makes it more approachable than ever.

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