Category: Xbox One

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“Trek to Yomi” Review

author image by Danreb Victorio | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 05 May 2022

As a ’90’s kid, I was all about martial arts enjoying properties like the 3 Ninjas, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Streets of Rage, Mortal Kombat, and anything of the like so seeing the recent resurgence of…

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“Elden Ring” Review

author image by Brandon Perkins | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Steam Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 27 Mar 2022

Way back in 2009, at the very tail end of the PS3’s lifecycle, Sony and Atlus USA decided to localize and publish a weird little action RPG called Demon’s Souls. Created by From Software, at that time a niche publisher…

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“Shadow Warrior 3” Review

author image by Jon Yelenic | PC PlayStation 4 Reviews Xbox One | 0 Comments | 26 Feb 2022

Shadow Warrior 3 weaknesses far outweigh its strengths.

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“Rainbow Six Extraction” Review

author image by Jon Yelenic | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 24 Jan 2022

Rainbow Six Extraction plays well, but isn’t likely to hold your attention for more than a few hours.

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“Halo Infinite” Review

author image by Alex Quevedo | PC Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 24 Jan 2022

Master Chief is back with a new Weapon – and one literally called Weapon. This one is Halo Infinite and it brings a new style of Halo to Xbox gamers. Let’s discuss whether that holds up. What Is It? Infinite…

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“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy” Review

author image by Alex Quevedo | Nintendo Switch PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Steam Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 17 Nov 2021

It’s time to enter Marvel’s Square Enix Universe, which almost sounds like the cinematic counterpart if you speak out the MSEU acronym. After 2020’s Marvel’s Avengers, 2021’s Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy had a decent amount riding on the line….

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“Far Cry 6” Review

author image by Danreb Victorio | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 15 Oct 2021

The Far Cry series is unique in the sense that it combines a couple of gameplay nuances in first-person shooting and an open world pretty flawlessly.  Considering the fact that Ubisoft is known for both, thanks to critically acclaimed titles…

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“Tales of Arise” Review

author image by Brandon Perkins | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 11 Oct 2021

The Tales series is one of the most long-running and storied franchises in the JRPG world, debuting back in 1995 with Tales of Phantasia on the Super Famicom. That particular game, based on an unpublished novel by one of the…

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Review in Progress: “Far Cry 6”

author image by Danreb Victorio | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Previews Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 06 Oct 2021

We’ve been playing a lot of Far Cry 6 ahead of its release, but we’re not ready to give this game a final verdict yet. Here’s our Review in Progress.

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“Skatebird” Review

author image by Jon Yelenic | Nintendo Switch PC Reviews Xbox One | 0 Comments | 05 Oct 2021

Skatebird is a great idea, but the final product fails to deliver what the title promises.

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“Death’s Door” Review

author image by Danreb Victorio | PC Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 26 Jul 2021

Every year, an indie game enters the discussion as one of the best games of the year even when put up against AAA releases. They can be nostalgia trips that take just enough of a modern step, such as our…

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“Doki Doki Literature Club Plus” Review

author image by Danreb Victorio | Nintendo Switch PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Steam Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 15 Jul 2021

Doki Doki Literature Club was one of the biggest surprises of 2017, and if you missed it because you don’t like playing games on PC for free, you’ve lucked out because now you can play it on virtually every modern…

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