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Great Farming / Craft Simulation Games this Holiday Season

blank There have been a number of fantastic farming simulation and crafting games published this year across all consoles, and we've rounded up a few of our favourites! Check out our top picks for this holiday season for games that will have you farming, crafting, and even defeating enemies on the open field!

 

The GTA Trilogy Shows Publishers Are Too Cocky

blank When I wrote that the GTA Trilogy collection had best be good, because even Rockstar only gets one chance to majorly screw up, I worried I might be being overly sensitive. This is Rockstar we’re talking about, they’re not going to release a game that has the lowest Metacritic user score of all time. Yes, Grand Theft Auto 6 will now only sell 100 million copies instead of 155 million. Or, more likely, we’ll all be taken in by the…

 

Halo Infinite – First Impressions

blank At long last, Microsoft’s long-awaited Xbox Series launch title is here. Halo Infinite is a year late and, in fact, arriving after Forza Horizon 5 and Psychonauts 2, but better late than never. And, actually, it has been a long time since Halo has felt this good. The multiplayer mode for Halo Infinite was shadowdropped during the Xbox 20th anniversary celebrations on Monday. Technically still a beta, it is the full release in every way except name. You can get…

 
 

Airborne Kingdom is a City Building Gem

blank When it comes to city builders on consoles, the results are generally poor. Even if the game is rock solid, the controls don't often translate well to controllers. These are games primarily built for a mouse and keyboard. Yet somehow Airborne Kingdom deals with those issues with ease, and provides a fantastic experience that is a must play for any city building fan.

 

SteamWorld Headhunter Revealed

blank A new SteamWorld game was revealed at Thunderful Games digital event today! We have the details below. SteamWorld Headhunter was revealed during Thunderful Games digital event, Thunderful World, today. In a press release we received it was described as “a stylised and colourful, third-person co-op action adventure with a head-popping twist.” It will be keeping “the style and charm that’s helped make SteamWorld such a beloved franchise” while taking the franchise into ...

 

Peppa Pig (Stadia)

blank Outright Games are at it again, the last few months have been absolute insane with game releases. My Friend Peppa was one of my most anticipated titles to be released. Having toddlers at home, Peppa has been a staple in our family for years. Get ready to explore Peppa’s world.

 
 

Ben 10: Power Trip on Stadia

blank It's been a long while since I took a Ben 10 game for a spin, but thanks to our friends at Google, we had that opportunity over the weekend. And while it's not the longest game available on the platform, it probably fits nicely with the audience the game is targeting - kids! 

 

The GTA Trilogy Remaster is Just Wrong – And I Want It

blank Re-releasing Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City and San Andreas with only a handful of improvements is ridiculous. It’s lazy. It’s outrageous. But the GTA Trilogy Remaster is something I’m totally down for. Here’s the problem: these three games are incredibly good. More than that, they ooze nostalgia. To play them with improved controls and graphics will restore them back to the level I thought they were back in the early noughties. Believe me, I know that releasing the ...

 

Age of Empires 4 – The List Review

blank Welcome to our first ever "The List Review" segments on GamesReviews.com. We are looking at Age of Empires 4, kindly provided by Xbox Canada, and reviewed by Seth Roffel. List reviews will be quick reviews on popular franchises where the core gameplay is well known, but some of the specific ins and outs of the title might not be so apparent. So, without further ado, our The List Review for Age of Empires IV!

 
 

Let’s Build a Zoo Coming November 5th and We’ve Played It!

blank If you've been itching to play a new Zoo Tycoon inspired adventure on your PC, then Let's Build a Zoo might scratch that itch. While it is definitely much different than classic Zoo Tycoon, there is enough the same to scratch that nostalgic itch and enough new to keep you entertained for hours on end. I've been playing it a bit, and have enjoyed the experience so far.