Fans of simplistic combat games like One Finger Death Punch can do better. Rhythm gamers will be instantly turned off by calibration issues and the lazy, generic music. TRRT is still in Early Access, but fixes need to be put in place to save this game.
Maize isn’t just good it’s a-maize-ing, packing plenty of humour into an incredibly paced game. Even if it is a little on the short side.
Train Sim World: Founders Edition on Xbox One certainly gets off the a smoother start that CSX Heavy Haul did on PC. But it is not entirely without fault.
Refreshingly simple gameplay mixed with a charming artstyle makes Epic Tavern a sparkling early access title with a promising future.
In Anime Fighting games, there’s a correlation between bizarre names, and good gameplay. The more bizarre the name, the better the game. Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] does not buck this trend.
While fans might be happy that The Sims 4 has come to console, this version is not to be celebrated. Awkward controls and long load times ruin what is a great game on PC.
VRog is a game that the entire family could enjoy. For most however, the enjoyment will probably not extend past an hour or two.
If you have any interest in 19th century history, or the age of piracy and whale fishing, Nantucket will be right up your street. Or inlet…
Fans of Paizo’s Pathfinder Adventures Card Game will enjoy this as a true digital conversion, but it suffers from a lack of mechanical depth
All the Cats & Dogs you could want! But at that price, this Sims 4 expansion doesn’t represent good value for money. A shame when the content is of a good standard.