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9.0 Broforce Forever (Xbox Series X)

 

When America needs to dole out some democracy, there’s only one gang of soldiers brave enough to answer the call: the Broforce. Made up of familiar (but not too familiar) faces from favourite action films and TV series of the 80s and 90s, you get to chew gum and kick ass through dozens of hilariously funny levels. And while the original game came out in 2015, Broforce Forever – the final update ...

 

9.0 Blasphemous II (PC) A Metroidvan...

 

We live in a world where we get so many different varieties of video games, one genre that has been on the rise in popularity in the past years is Metroridvania. And we are close to the release date of one of the most popular Metroidvanias that many fans enjoy playing, and that is Blasphemous II which is published by Team 17 and developed by The Game Kitchen. The first Blasphemous was released back in 2019 and ...

 

9.0 A TTRPGer’s Dream: Baldur&#...

 

Baldur's Gate 3, the long-anticipated sequel to the legendary RPG series, is a sprawling masterpiece that seamlessly blends classic elements with modern innovation. Developed by Larian Studios, the game is set in the iconic Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms universe, and it confidently takes the helm of its predecessors while introducing a host of new mechanics, captivating storytelling, and a visually ...

 

9.5 Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart ...

 

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, the latest installment in the beloved action-adventure franchise, has finally made its way onto PC, and the transition has been nothing short of spectacular. Developed by Insomniac Games, this interdimensional escapade takes full advantage of PC hardware capabilities, delivering an experience that's visually stunning, mechanically tight, and an absolute joy to play. Let's dive right in!

 

8.5 Bramble: The Mountain King

 

Bramble: The Mountain King first got my attention after seeing a few TikToks highlighting some of the gameplay. To me it looked like a blend of Little Nightmares mixed with fairytale like story building. Once it hit consoles and was available to play on Game Pass I figured it was time to check it out. What I experienced went from a heartwarming and quirky fairytale and turned into a dark, macabre, and ...

 

8.5 Venba

 

Video games tend not to be simple stories of home life. Guys with guns sell so much better. But unlike film and television, where there’s a healthy market for things that escue the blockbuster, in gaming not so much. Even without the giant budgets, indie games usually follow the same rules of killing, competition, sex and violence as their bigger, more expensive brothers. That’s what makes titles ...

 

7.5 Gimmick! Special Edition

 

Gimmick!, released in Scandinavia as Mr. Gimmick, is a platform video game developed and published by Sunsoft, and originally released in Japan for the NES in 1992. The story follows a small green yōkai named Yumetaro who was mistakenly gifted as a toy to a young girl. After the girl’s toys come to life and whisk the girl away to another dimension, Yumetaro gives chase to save her. Playing as Yumetaro, the ...

 

7 APICO

 

In a market where simulation is all the rage, everything from Power Washing to Landscaping to running a Gas Station has been done at this point. But what about Bee Keeping? Welcome to APICO. APICO combines resource gathering, biology, and minigames with ideas from both real-life and fantasy beekeeping and gardening, as it teaches players about the ins-and-outs of maintaining a healthy hive and the importance of ...

 

7.5 Crime Boss Rockay City

 

When I first saw Crime Boss featured in a trailer, I was very excited. Seemed like something akin to Saints Row which is a series I have really enjoyed over the years. It looked like a 90’s version of the Mafia games with a star-studded cast (more on that later). All the marketing leading up to the games release looked like a chaotic shooter gang war. The issue is what was released was nothing like the ...

 

6.5 Greyhill Incident

 

Greyhill Incident was instantly on my radar from the first time I saw it. It’s pretty public knowledge at this point that I am a sucker for a good horror game, and honestly, the whole alien aspect hasn’t been done that often, and definitely not like this.   It’s the early 90s in the US, the media talks about weather balloons and conspiracy theories. But residents of the small neighborhood soon ...

 

4.0 The Lord of the Rings: Gollum

 

When Lord of the Rings: Gollum was first announced… I had thoughts. Number one was, who asked for this? But Number two was, this actually looks kinda neat, maybe it will surprise me. Shadow of Mordor and Shadow of War were decent games, perhaps this isn’t completely crazy. Well as the game officially came close to release and folks got there hands on the game (without the marketing spin), they were ...

 

8.0 Everdream Valley in Progress

 

So I was given an opportunity to get my hands on Everdream Valley a little early ahead of it’s May 30th release date. Now I have been a fan of games like Animal Crossing, Harvest Moon, Story of Seasons and such, so it’s hard to find something new and exciting on the farming adventure kind of games with all of the competition. We do get quite alot of them honestly, but very few to the quality of the ...

 

7.5 Aquarist

 

So, we all know I have a bit of a reputation here at GamesReviews. I’ve mowed lawns, I’ve built PCs, I’ve flipped homes, I’ve power washed stuff, I’ve run gas stations….so what on earth could possibly be next for me? How about fish tanks?!? Aquarist is an aquarium building simulator much like PC building Simulator. The game starts with you on your birthday, and you are given ...

 

8.0 Omega Strikers

 

What happens when you take the fast paced action of a rocket league, smash it up with some of your favorite MOBA type games with a dash of Persona? Well that’s kind what Omega Strikers is all about. Smash opponents off the arena and score goals in lightning-fast 3v3 matches—totally free-to-play. Squad up with friends and choose from a growing cast of colorful Strikers to sling slimes, toss tofu, and rocket ...

 

7.0 Mia and the Dragon Princess

 

I’m a sucker for the old school FMV games. Playing them on my PC in the mid-late 90s and occasionally we get some on consoles now. The latest of which being Mia and the Dragon Princess, which don’t let the name fool you, the game is full of greatly coordinated fights, explosions, and action. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Mia dreams of adventure, but her feeling of responsibility to her ...

 

8.5 Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

 

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is an action-adventure game developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. A sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (2019), it was released on PlayStation 5, Windows, and Xbox Series X/S on April 28, 2023. The game takes place five years after the events of the previous game. Cal continues to attempt to take down the Empire while being constantly on the move to hide ...

 

10 Turtle Beach Stealth Pro

 

Are you a gamer looking for the ultimate gaming headset that offers high-quality sound, customizable features, and a revolutionary experience? Look no further than the Turtle Beach Stealth Pro! This gaming headset has been praised by gamers worldwide for its exceptional build quality and user-friendly design. In this review, we will explore every aspect of the Turtle Beach Stealth Pro to help you make an ...

 

6.0 Minecraft Legends (Second Opinio...

 

Minecraft Legends is an upcoming action strategy video game being developed by Mojang Studios and Blackbird Interactive, and published by Xbox Game Studios. It is officially slated to release on April 18, 2023. Now this isn’t the first spinoff from the ULTRA successful Minecraft series, you may remember Minecraft Dungeons from a few years ago, which I had a lot of fun with honestly. Can they do it again ...

 

7.0 Minecraft Legends

 

Minecraft is a very popular franchise and its starting to get a few spinoffs. The latest Minecraft spinoff is called Minecraft Legends. What is this spinoff? Is it a good game? Here is our review of Minecraft Legends for the Xbox Series. Minecraft Legends takes place in a world other than the usual Minecraft world. At the beginning of the story, the first person Minecraft hero is pulled out of that world into ...

 

7.5 Ghostwire: Tokyo (Xbox)

 

Ghostwire: Tokyo became almost more noteworthy for where it was than what it was. The last PlayStation exclusive from Xbox following the Bethesda deal, it seems to have came and went. That is a real shame. Now, a year on, Xbox can finally release Ghostwire: Tokyo on their own platforms, including Game Pass. Is it worth the leap in? A mix of Ubisoft’s blend of exploration with a heavy dose of Japanese ...

 

6.0 Digimon World: Next Order

 

With a franchise series like Digimon, there has always been a feverish fan base that loved the series and scoffed in the face of Pokémon. Well all these years later we know which series ended up on top. But despite all that Digimon games do still occasionally come out. Digimon World: Next Order is a port of a game that originated on Vita, then made its way to PS4 stateside and now reaches a new audience with a ...

 

8 Like a Dragon Ishin!

 

Like a Dragon (formerly known as Yakuza) can be a tough series to get into, with many installments in the series it can be confusing on where the best place is to jump in. It also can be a little too off the wall for some people, with the random karaoke breaks and off the wall narratives. Like a Dragon Ishin! However, is a very different kind of game, while yes it has the same characters known throughout the ...

 

7.5 Scars Above

 

Scars Above honestly wasn’t even on my radar until the opportunity to review the game became available to me. After watching a trailer for it I was certainly intrigued. While we have gotten a few games that are similar such as Dead Space Remake and The Callisto Protocol as far as the space disaster exploration games are concerned. What does Scars Above do differently to try to stand out from the competition? To ...

 

8.0 Hi-Fi Rush

 

When this game was first announced on the last Xbox showcase it took the gaming world by storm and surprise, in an out now and on game pass announcement gamers had little to lose in trying this one out. Well, it certainly got everyone’s attention. But behind it all, is it REALLY a great game or was it a benefactor of a see it for the first time and its out now HYPE TRAIN? Let’s peel it back and ...

 

8.0 Pharaoh: A New Era

 

When the PR firm reached out and asked if I wanted to review Pharaoh: A New Era I brushed it off and kept scrolling. PC games aren’t for me, and I thought I’d come back to it later and get it sent to our PC Editor to review. I actually forgot about it for a few days, but when I circled back and FINALLY opened it up, I then realized this was a remake of my favourite city builder of…

 

9.0 Shadow Warrior 3 Definitive Editi...

 

Shadow Warrior 3 is the latest installment in the hit series from Flying Wild Hog and Devolver Digital. This time around, you take control of Lo Wang and embark on an epic quest to save the world from the forces of evil. But this isn't just any ordinary game; Shadow Warrior 3 brings with it an amazing blend of intense action, dynamic combat and challenging puzzles that will keep you coming back for more! In this ...

 

8.0 Two Point Campus Space Academy

 

Last year one of my most enjoyable gaming experiences was getting to review Two Point Campus, as a big fan of Two Point Hospital and Theme Hospital before it way back in the day this was a no brainer. The gameplay is fun, relaxing tone, humorous writing, what’s not to love? In fact, you can read my whole review HERE. So obviously when they announced the Space Academy DLC, I was already with my astronaut ...

 

7.5 Nightmare Of Decay

 

Survival horror has returned. Resident Evil isn’t a punchline anymore, and there are any number of big and small games for genre fans to sink their teeth into – some of them might even be pretty good. Nightmare of Decay expertly uses this to take us back to a simpler time. It’s first-person, but don’t read too much into that. This is a love letter to the old Resident Evil games, where you ...

 

7.5 Sonic Frontiers

 

Sonic Frontiers is the best Sonic game in a generation. If you’re running faster than the blue blur to tell me that isn’t saying much, congratulations. You win Internet Original of the Day. But believe me when I say this is a new direction for the former console mascot. Do you remember the Saturday morning cartoon Sonic? He could seemingly run on any surface, leaping from one area to another in a ...

 

9.5 Portal With RTX

 

It’s funny that 2007 classic Portal is now one of the hardest games to get running at max settings on PC. But by adding raytracing, that’s exactly what it has become. Does it make the immortal GOAT a better game? No. But it sure as hell proves a concept that feels a long, long way away. As a visual overhaul Portal with RTX is impressive. It takes a still decent-looking 15-year-old game and it makes ...