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133 games reviewed
75.1 average score
80 median score
88.7% of games recommended

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It has incredible smooth visuals but all the rest is a bit meh.

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88% - Trepang2
Jan 10, 2024

Trepang2 is a shooter that has taken nice things from Crysis but especially F.E.A.R.

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Dec 5, 2023

I recommend it for the online play, but as a single-player experience I would stay far away.

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For the younger gamers among us, this title is worthwhile!

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92% - Warm Snow
Oct 31, 2023

Warm Snow is one of the best rogue-lite game experiences of 2023.

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Oct 17, 2023

Child-friendly controls and clear explanations mean that any age can win. In conclusion, Sisters 2 – Road to Fame is a great party game when you have friends over. The single-player adventure mode is a surprisingly large experience but is plagued by dated visuals. It certainly has some cuteness and nice details but seems straight out of the Xbox 360 period. Which of course does not affect the enjoyable gameplay. However, the adventure mode quickly became too much and I just went to the quick-play option to play the mini-games. A game like Sisters 2 increases my yearning for a new Fuzion Frenzy. If you’re looking for something similar, you’ve come to the right place with this game.

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62 / 100 - Days of Doom
Oct 16, 2023

Great potential but comes a bit short in the end.

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Oct 10, 2023

Bangingly good is how I describe Bang-On Balls: Chronicles!

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88 / 100 - Forza Motorsport
Oct 4, 2023

I expected more from Forza Motorsport glorious return. More content and some additional novelties perhaps? Either way, it’s a great racing experience with overwhelming visuals and sound. Turn 10 has delivered a very good game that will only get better with time.

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94 / 100 - Lies of P
Oct 4, 2023

Lies of P surprised me in the best way possible and has perhaps become the first of many soulslike games I will invest countless time into, really drawing me into the gameplay and design of challenging combat. Apart from the troublesome collisions during combat, I have had – and am still having – a blast with Lies of P and think many will say it shares good qualities with other soulslike games; perhaps being one of the better additions for those who are yet to try out the sub-genre? The gameplay is fluid, the audio is admirable, and the visuals look marvellous. Not to mention the thrilling combat and relief that comes with defeating bosses. Without a doubt, a great addition to the soulslike genre and one I would recommend to almost everyone.

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80 / 100 - Party Animals
Sep 26, 2023

Party Animals is great to play with friends online or locally. I had fun playing with all the silly animals but the physics got me a bit annoyed. This will be a game that will remain on my Xbox to play between larger gaming sessions!

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Apr 14, 2023

While Minecraft: Legends isn’t a bad game, at all. It didn’t give me that ‘wow’ feeling either. It felt as if Mojang was trying to re-discover that awestruck feeling that you got when you first entered the world of Minecraft, yet… Fell short right before that feeling was achieved. In that regard, maybe the game is really geared towards a multiplayer experience rather than a single player one. So, let that not stop you if you want to give it a go with your pals. I’m sure you’ll have a blast then!

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80 / 100 - Ghostwire: Tokyo
Apr 10, 2023

Despite the performance issues I encountered, Ghostwire: Tokyo is a remarkable game that I believe will appeal to a wide target audience due to its genre and unique setting. The combination of horror elements and combat action made the game lively in every instance. The visuals are stunning to admire and the audio is perfect for the setting of the game. The side quests could have been given more detail but still allowed me to break up my gameplay. Immersive, thrilling, and entirely worthy of multiple playthroughs if you’re up for the challenge.

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30 / 100 - Superfidos
Apr 6, 2023

Not even dogs can make up for the bad things about Superfidos. I think it is a missed opportunity to be a much better game experience. It fails to be something for the target audience and the jumping controls are beyond awful. Sorry to say but I definitely do not recommend playing this game.

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Apr 4, 2023

Iris has the ability to overcome her inner demons when she accepts help from others. I think that’s an important real-life lesson, get help when things become too hard for you.

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92 / 100 - Hi-Fi Rush
Jan 26, 2023

Hi-Fi Rush is a sort of dream game for me. I adore rhythm games and Tango GameWorks created something incredible. It looks great visually and plays so smoothly on the beat of the music.

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Oct 20, 2022

Holy cow Batman! Gotham Knights only memorable thing is having the gut to kill Batman on screen, everything else is a mediocre experience that will make DC fans angry and disappointed.

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Asterigos: Curse of the Stars uses the Souls template in a unique way that is more open to everyone. Not everything is good but my respect for this new developer is very high. At times the world is beautiful and the battles are also memorable, finding your own fighting style is also a fun activity and quite inspiring too.

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87% - Trifox
Oct 13, 2022

Trifox is far better than I ever expected, Glowfish Interactive’s first original title is one that hopefully will be discovered by many gamers. Trifox has every essential part of a fun platforming game with unique mechanics. Making your own combat playstyle and finding every secret in the levels is the perfect mix between Ratchet & Clank and Crash Bandicoot. I honestly can’t wait and hope for Trifox 2.

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70% - NBA 2K23
Sep 26, 2022

NBA 2K23 screams to be a LifeisXbox recommended game if you look at graphics, sound, and even gameplay but there are two negatives that drastically lower the enjoyment of players. The online performance and the constant pushing of buying virtual currency with real money give the game a very sour aftertaste.

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