Category Archive: Xbox One

Xbox One Reviews

Those Who Remain review for PS4, Xbox One

Are you afraid of the dark?

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Skater XL review for Xbox One, PS4, PC

A skateboarding playground with an interesting control scheme approach.

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Summer in Mara review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One

Summer in Mara really knows how to suck the fun out of Zelda-likes and farming simulators.

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Beyond Blue review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Maybe 2020’s most essential game.

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Gun Crazy review for PS4

This is what happens when a developer takes the term “run & gun” a little too literally.

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Burnout Paradise Remastered review for Nintendo Switch

Take your Switch down to Paradise City.

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Strawberry Vinegar review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

This game will make you hungry.

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Project Warlock review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

This game is DOOM-ed.

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Namco Museum Archives Vol. 2 review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

More interesting than good.

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Radio Squid review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

A great soundtrack isn’t enough to save this dud, but it comes very close.

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Super Toy Cars 2 review for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One

Absolute garbage in every respect.

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Red Bow review for PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, Switch

A short point-and-click adventure that’s far better than it has any right to be.

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SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Not a bad game, so much as one that’s probably been enhanced by time in some people’s memories.

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Namco Museum Archives Vol. 1 review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Lots of filler, but one or two killers.

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Zombie Army Trilogy review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One

It’s dangerous to go alone.

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Maneater review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

We still don’t have the Citizen Kane of games…but I think we’ve found the Moby Dick of games.

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Infini review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One

Less a video game than a hallucinatory dream where you never stop falling.

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