Xbox One Reviews
 
 

F1 2018 Review

Each year since 2009 Codemasters has been bringing the world of Formula 1 to our gaming rooms, and each year the developers have worked hard on improvements and more content. F1 2018 is the cumulation of ten years of F1 games, ...
 
 
 
 
 
 

We Happy Few Xbox One Review

We Happy Few has had an interesting development cycle. Announced at PAX East in February 2015, developer Compulsion Games ran a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the project. Seeking player feedback, Compulsion Games chose to r...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sonic Mania Plus/Encore DLC Review

Last year brought two new Sonic games, an ambitious 3D title from the head of the franchise, Sonic Team, and a smaller-scale throwback to his 2D days of yore, developed by a team of ardent fans, who were also proficient in fan-...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Jurassic World Evolution Xbox One Review

Jurassic Park has had mixed success when it comes to videogame spin-offs. The franchise had a run of action adventure tie-ins in the 1990’s, Telltale weaved their point-and-click magic in 2011, and more recently LEGO Jurassic W...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Yoku’s Island Express Review

Platformer, pinball, adventure. You wouldn’t expect those three genres to be used in the same sentence, let alone the basis of a videogame. And yet, here we are with Yoku’s Island Express, an indie title from developer Villa Go...
 
 
 
 
 
 

State of Decay 2 Xbox One Review

Multiplayer gaming has long been the thing du jour for Microsoft, but that has been double present with two first party games of 2018 so far. Sea of Thieves was a large polished sandbox built on social interaction but was lacki...