A light-hearted platform game with beat 'em up elements that doesn't take an age or broken thumbs to master. It's pretty lookin' too.
Tag: Rating 7/10
A good open world survival game with superb story telling. It unfortunately didn't quite reach the expected heights, but despite its slight flaws it is a worthy title for your collection.
The journey through the Dusk continues as Gust allows for players to try a first in the series and let a dude be at the helm of the adventure, if you want.
The world is doomed, a hero is needed. Up steps the unlikely man for the job Bard. His persistent optimism and love of singing will unite the world. Will the Earthsong be sung? Only time will tell.
Hyperdrive Massacre inspired by the 80's is the perfect party couch local multiplayer game to pick up. But its lack of online multiplayer prevents it from having a great deal of longevity.
Revisit the Fighting Fantasy quests of old within the Deathtrap Dungeon Trilogy.
A sadistic Wall-E like vacuum cleaner that doesn't suck. Not because it's faulty, but it's the kind of device you can rely on. It's just a shame that it's so short.
Taking care of your graveyard's garden has never been easier when zombies do it for you.
A simple yet addictive game of skill.
Alan R. Moon's classic Railway board game Ticket to Ride brought to life on Xbox One. Can you plan your strategy well enough to defeat your opponents?