Category Archive: Xbox Series X

Xbox Series X Reviews

Gigapocalypse review for Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, PC

Rampage, Tamagotchi, and a clicker game walk into a bar…

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Aliens: Fireteam Elite – Pathogen DLC review for Xbox Series X, PS5, and PC

The first major expansion for Cold Iron Studio’s co-op online shooter brings new Xenomorphs, story missions, and more.

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SD Gundam Battle Alliance review for Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, PC

How can giant fighting robots be so boring?

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Royal Frontier review for PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, PC

Oregon Trail, but with goblins and orcs.

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LEGO Brawls review for Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, PC

As fun as stepping on a LEGO block.

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EA, Marvel announce Iron Man game in development

You are Iron Man?

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Moonglow Bay review for Xbox, PC

Get hooked on this cozy fishing game.

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Voyage review for PlayStation, Switch, Xbox, PC

Voyage looks so nice, you may not want to play it and spoil the effect.

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Hell Pie review for Xbox, PlayStation, Switch, PC

Blood, vomit, and 3D platforming.

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Metal: Hellsinger review for Xbox Series X, PS5, and PC

Guns, metal, Hell. The margins of every high school kid’s notebook brought to life.

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South of the Circle review for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, PC

What’s the gaming equivalent of Oscar bait?

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Yuoni review for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, PC

If you’re fond of hiding, walking slowly, and creepy schools full of ghosts, Yuoni may be the game for you.

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Soul Hackers 2 review for PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC

Summoning demons and exploiting weaknesses in classic Shin Megami style.

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Echo Generation review for Xbox

The kids are (kinda) alright.

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PAC-MAN WORLD Re-PAC review for Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, PC

The Pac is back.

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Thymesia review for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch

Overly simplistic combat, a weak story, and bland characters/environments make Thymesia a hard sell to most gamers out there.

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Hourglass review for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox

Portal goes to ancient Egypt.

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