Tag "Xbox One"

Overcooked 2 review: If you can’t stand the heat, call your friends to the kitchen

The first Overcooked was a great couch co-op game in an era of mostly online multiplayer. The developer Team17 took a simple concept like cooking and turned it into one of

The Council: Episode 4 – Burning Bridges (review)

Ever since playing the first episode of The Council, it’s all I have been thinking about. With Episode 3, it introduced a huge story twist and also expanded the mystery

Forza Horizon 4 Review: Almost too much fun

Forza is to Xbox as Gran Turismo is to PlayStation. So what’s the deal with Forza Horizon? We take a test drive to find out. The Horizon series kind of

PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold free games for September 2018

It’s time for the reveal of the free games for subscribers to PlayStation Plus and/or Xbox Live Gold. And so far it’s looking like PlayStation Plus subscribers are going to

Xbox unveils a slew of games at this year’s E3 press conference

This week the biggest gaming conference embarks on Los Angeles, and to kick off the week of gaming magnificence is the Xbox Media Briefing. This year Xbox’s main focus was

Becoming the Monster Vampyr trailer

Out from the shadows comes a gameplay trailer for the upcoming action-RPG Vampyr. Since its last story trailer a month ago, the new Vampyr trailer showcases some of the combat

Shenmue I and II coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC with Japanese audio

Sega has announced during Sega Fest in Japan that Shenmue I and II are being re-released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2018. If you were thinking about

Turtle Beach Ear Force Stealth 700 for Xbox One review

Turtle Beach is a name known for being a leader in innovation, quality, and experience in the gaming world. I’ve been a fan of their products for a while now

The Council episode 1 review: Historical fiction at its best

Episodic storytelling doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. After massive hits such as Life Is Strange and nearly every game that Telltale has created, the genre seems in a better

Fear Effect Sedna review: Learning from failure

Trial and error. That seems to be the philosophy in Fear Effect Sedna. Regardless of whether or not you’re completing a tough puzzle or a difficult boss, that’s the guiding

Evil Shift Controller Review – Xbox One

With the competitive gaming arena growing at an exponential rate, players must continue to find new ways to give themselves an edge over their competition. Modded controllers are definitely becoming

Here are the 4 best Black Friday tech deals this 2017

Thanksgiving weekend is known as the biggest shopping weekend of the year that starts on Black Friday. This year’s shopping holiday actually holds some of the best offers that I

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic now compatible with Xbox One

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic ranks as one of the greatest RPG games of all time. At least, this writer believes it is up there with the best

13 games for original Xbox Backwards Compatibility coming tomorrow

Backwards compatibility has been one of the cornerstones for Xbox users, allowing them to play Xbox 360 games on their Xbox One. Back at E3 earlier this year at the

Evil Shift Controllers for PS4 and Xbox One coming November 9

Evil Controllers has announced the Evil Shift pro/esports controller release date along with pricing and pre-sale. It will be shipping on November 9th and will retail for $169.99. The controller is

Game & Talk Ep. 52: Nintendo Direct 9.13.17 Recap

Thanks to last week’s Nintendo Direct, my dreams of putting B.J. Blazkowicz on a Nintendo episode of Game & Talk have finally been realized. After going into some non-Nintendo news

L.A. Noire coming to Switch, VR, PS4, and Xbox One

It’s been over six years since famed developer Rockstar Games introduced the world to L.A. Noire, a detective game set in 1940s Los Angeles. Now the game is being re-released on

Resident Evil: Revelations heading to PS4, Xbox One and Switch

Earlier this year, Capcom announced the HD port of Resident Evil: Revelations making its way to current-gen consoles. Since releasing on the 3DS, Revelations made its way to the PlayStation 3,

Is an Okami HD port heading to PS4 and Xbox One?

Keep in mind this is a rumor, but we’re going to get excited about it anyway because the real world disappoints us. According to two independent sources reporting to Kotaku, Capcom

Night Trap 25th Anniversary Edition denied a Switch release by Nintendo

Given the early demise of the Sega CD back in the 1990s, it is understanding if some older gamers never tried Night Trap. It came during the era of full-motion