Game Review: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (Xbox One)

Finally coming to Xbox One after originally being released on PlayStation 4 the previous year, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is nostalgic gold but not without its faults.

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Top 20: Favorite Announcements From E3 2018 (Part 2)

Welcome back to my top 20 favourite announcements of E3 2018. This time around, I’ll be looking back at the 10 unveilings that I consider to be the most exciting of all of those shown at the conferences. This wasn’t an easy task but that’s a really good thing, let’s have a look.

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Game Review: Super Night Riders (Xbox One)

Super Night Riders is a retro-inspired (think Hang On), straight-forward arcade bike racer. Not conventional races, instead it’s all about racing against the clock to pass checkpoints. There is not a lot of content or options but it has plenty of the fun factor thanks to the eye-catching visuals and simple controls.

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Top 10: Things I Want to See at E3 2018

Another year, another E3 to get hyped about. Overhyped would probably be a better way of describing it. Still, it’s something I look forward to every year. It’s a joy to witness all of the new gaming experiences being unveiled on the big stage. With just a couple of weeks to go, let’s have a look at some potential announcements.

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Game Review: Decay: The Mare (Xbox One)

Originally released as a three-part episodic game on Steam, Decay: The Mare saw its release on Xbox One offer up all three episodes as part of a complete experience. Set in the darkly oppressive & mysterious Reaching Dreams Rehabilitation Centre, the game puts you in the shoes of Sam, a recovering drug addict.

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