Xbox One

Two Point Campus continues in the already impressive footsteps of Two Point Hospital before it, dressing up an engaging business management sim in goofy irreverence. To be honest, its dorky, oddball sense of humor misses me more often than it hits. But that all fades into the background for the most part when I’m having
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With cool heroes and even cooler battleships, After Wave: Downfall comes to PC and console, giving gamers the chance to really go with the flow.  Available to purchase and download today via the 7 Raven Studios publishing and development team (they previously behind the likes of The Skylia Prophecy), After Wave: Downfall hits Xbox One
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“All in all, my impressions of MultiVersus are quite positive. While time will tell if this game will be able to find an audience, I certainly feel there is a lot of promise here. The hope is that the game will continue to grow, add new characters, stages and modes and incorporate fan feedback. I
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Recent annual expansions to The Elder Scrolls Online have featured previously explored areas in a reimagined environment. Morrowind, Elsweyr, Markarth have all been featured before in previous Elder Scrolls titles. High Isle is different however – a brand-new area for The Elder Scrolls as a whole. It has been featured on maps as part of
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You know what would be good right about now? Goats. Unfortunately, we don’t have any yet… but there’s not long to wait. All of us here at Coffee Stain Publishing and Coffee Stain North are very (cautiously) excited to announce that Goat Simulator 3 will be launching November 17 for Xbox Series X|S, the perfect
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Matchpoint – Tennis Championships, as a premise, is a compelling game for both tennis and casual sports fans alike. Unfortunately, the game suffers from a lack of detail and customisation, a sparse roster of tennis icons, and a gameplay system that becomes stale extremely quickly.  It comes with solid roots, but once you dive deep
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I’m not sure who needs to hear this but dressing up animals is fun, so long as they aren’t put in any discomfort when being dressed. Real-life or digital, animals just look far cuter when wrapped up. Even the animals that you wouldn’t dare go anywhere near when out in the wild: sharks, bears and
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