Dead Cells Review
Unforgiving. Frustrating. Wicked. Fun.

Summertime – that wonderful time between major tentpole releases. Summertime is often a chance to try and immerse yourself in your backlog, hunt down trophies or achievements that you’ve been putting off, or forget gaming altogether to spend time in the sun. This summer I found myself spending time away from my consoles, as nothing […]

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By treating Sea of Thieves as a AAA game, Microsoft failed it

Sea of Thieves released in March 2018 this year and despite being a critical bomb, it has found commercial success. Just recently it was announced that five million players had taken the seas. This is very impressive. Even if some of those people are like myself, who jumped in to give it a shot on […]

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1979 The Revolution: Black Friday Review
So I start a revolution from my bed

1979 The revolution finally finds its way to consoles after being available on PC and mobile platforms. Based on the actual real life event of the 1979 Islamic revolution or ‘Iranian Revolution’. Our story follows the journey of photojournalist ‘Reza Shirazi’ as he interprets and tries to survive the events of the Iranian Revolution. Particularly that […]

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Five Things I wish I’d known at the outset of No Man’s Sky
A beginner’s guide to help you on your journey across the stars

Hello Games has crafted a robust space exploration game, with a lot of content. Here are five things that will help beginners navigate the game and become rulers in their own galaxies.   The best things in life aren’t always free: early on in my first playthrough on Xbox One, I stumbled upon a distress […]

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No Man’s Sky Review
Hello Games ambitious space survival game comes to Xbox, but can it warp away from early criticism?

No Man’s Sky may not be for everyone, but Hello Games has crafted a very special title that will speak to a large populace of the gaming community looking for good value for their money and something that is inherently fun.

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City of Brass Review
Are you shining just for me?

Overview City of Brass is a rogue like first person action title from Uppercut Games. With an Arabian Nights theme, Skyrim style two handed combat and Mirror’s Edge style movement, the game is a unique experience. It really plays into the mystical side of its Egyptian setting. Release Date: May 4th 2018 Price: $19.99 Size: […]

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March 2018 NPD: PS4 Dominates, Sea of Thieves has Strong Sales

Far Cry 5 tops the US Video Game charts for the month of March. According to NPD Analyst Mat Piscatella it has also become the best selling title for 2018 and has nearly doubled the launch sales of Far Cry 3, the previous highest selling title at launch in the franchise. Xbox One console exclusive […]

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PUBG’s Miramar desert map is now ready for testing on Xbox One

It’s finally time to explore and fight for a chicken dinner on PUBG’s new desert map, Miramar. Xbox players will now have a brand new map that has been for some time on PC already. It will be on a separate test server and it comes with bug bounty rewards! Read the official announcement below; […]

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Xbox Third Party Marketing Rumors Reveal Major Upcoming Games

Via @RectifyGaming on Twitter we have one of the first massive pre-E3 rumors. Microsoft have apparently secured some brilliant marketing deals. The games included are: Anthem Battlefield V Borderlands 3 Cyberpunk 2077 Madden Splinter Cell The most interesting thing here is that at least two of these six games are unannounced and at least one […]

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Our First Week at Sea – The Loot Gaming takes on Sea of Thieves

The internet is a puzzling thing, or maybe this reaction is everything we should have expected. One of the most anticipated games in Microsoft’s modest exclusive stables has finally just released, and the verdict is divided. Writers from The Loot Gaming have been playing Sea of Thieves all week and give their initial take prior […]

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