Sparklite is one of those games that can take you an hour or a year to complete! If you are a fan of the top-down action games of old, then you’re going to especially love this game! The joy of it as I said in my intro, is that it is clearly inspired by but not a gimmicky copy of the classic Zelda games.
Delta Squad proves that Eskema Games have the potential to make great games! Like I said there is the foundations for a great game here, and it does have the beginnings of a game that stands out from the hundreds of similar games on the market.
If you did not play the original, and are a fan of the Ghostbusters franchise, then perhaps add it on your Xbox wishlist for when it’s on offer… if nothing else, you get to spend a few hours with Ackroyd, Murray, Ramis & Hudson hunting for ghosts and enjoying all of that ghostbuster-y banter!
For me personally when it comes to Dungeons & Dragons, I think I shall stick to tradition. A party of 6 friends, with my Volcano dice-set and my Tiefling fighter named Dreasmonde. He’s determined to kill Strahd with his very helpful Siri-sword named Daisy, and his Iron-Man style Kazan armour… all to impress the love of his life, Esmerelda!
Is it the next Guitar Hero? No, is it better than the X-Factor singing game? Yes… Where does that leave it? That’s up to you!!
Everything about Vigor just feels a bit too friendly for a post-apocalypse game! It’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it will put some people off. That being said, there are a lot of positives to take away, and for those out there looking for a new take on a BR genre that is all-too-often the same game in a new skin, Vigor is certainly worth trying out!
For me, as a devout fan of the Dragon Age franchise, GreedFall has definitely filled the gap in my life.
. The campaigns are solid and have a great story-arc; the graphics in-game are fantastic; the acting on the whole is great.
Mission Debrief: Agent A: A Puzzle In Disguise is great fun, with a solid story line and plenty of entertaining moments, and some good surprises along the way.
I would certainly recommend Blast Zone! Tournament to those who love to play games with friends, and I will be looking forward to playing it on my next games-with-friends night!!
The Blackout Club is a game that can easily be played solo, but one that is a fantastic team game.
In a nutshell, what Triumph Studios and parent company Paradox Interactive have here is nothing short of magnificent! They have taken a timeless strategy series that is adored by people around the world, and opened the floodgates for a huge new wave of fans to appreciate the franchise across multiple platforms.
As with any re-release, this game is going to appeal to some and leave others underwhelmed. For me, it was fun to pick up the game again, and have all 4 chapters available on release; if you like horror games you will find a deeper story here than perhaps you expect. So what it all comes down to is this, was re-releasing Decay a brilliant or brash decision… honestly there’s argument for both!
If you can get past the clunky controls and funny camera angles, then you can find a lot of enjoyment in this very unique puzzler.
I am just not sure if Hellmut is strong enough to stand out against so many other fantastic titles available on Xbox One today, especially when it’s more expensive than most.
The Last Door, Collector’s edition is a great game that in my opinion is fully deserving of it’s accolades, and offers fantastic value for money for anyone who love the classic point and click adventure, or loves to be spooked by a game.
Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is a fantastic game from a studio that I honestly did not know much about in 6 Eyes Studios, and if this is anything to go by then I cannot wait to get my hands on some of their other titles!