Game Review: Gnomes Garden 3: The Thief of Castles (Xbox One)

We’ve had Gnomes Garden, Gnomes Garden 2, Gnomes Garden: New Home and now Gnomes Garden 3: The Thief of Castles. With this latest iteration it is business as usual for the resource management style of gameplay.

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Game Review: Gnomes Garden: New Home (Xbox One)

Gnomes Garden: New Home will be very familiar to those who played the first game in the series. In fact, it’s arguably the same game with more levels, a few new ideas and a tougher difficulty. However, it retains the incredible addictive gameplay.

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Game Review: Get Even (Xbox One)

In Get Even you play as Cole Black who attempts to rescue a teenage girl with a bomb strapped to her chest. Black fails and awakens confused in an abandoned asylum, the explosion being his sole memory. Not only that but he discovers a strange device attached to his head. A mysterious figure named Red contacts Black and informs him that the headset is designed to read and replay human memory. Black travels into the depths of his own mind in the hopes of discovering his past.

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Game Review: Graveyard Keeper (Xbox One)

Graveyard Keeper is a simulation RPG that was developed by Lazy Bear Games and published by tinyBuild. The player takes the role of a character who is hit by a car and finds himself taking care of a dilapidated medieval cemetery. If you’re a fan of games like Stardew Valley or Harvest Moon, this is the game for you.

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Game Review: Red Dead Redemption 2 (Xbox One)

Red Dead Redemption 2 is a sequel to the 2010 epic Red Dead Redemption and is a polished masterpiece of gaming. It’s better then the original in almost every department and can proudly sit alongside GTAV as one of the finest games ever made.

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