Category: Xbox One

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden – Beginner Guide

When I was playing Mutant Year Zero Road To Eden for the first time, I came across a problem. A problem that can only be solved by clearing through the game once or after having delved deep enough into the game to know how things work. The problem I face is, do I hoard these guns? Should I upgrade them? Do I need all of these consumables and attachments that

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden Review

The intended experience. Like a moth to a flame, this phrase draws me in when deciding the difficulty level of Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden. But, I am not foolish enough to get burnt to a crisp by playing it alongside Iron Mutant on my very first playthrough. And the experience of playing Mutant Year Zero at its hardest difficulty is nothing short of a culinary feast for the

Breaching Room Tunnel Vision

World War Z Guide: Breaching Room, Tunnel Vision

Now before I start telling you which door to open, I want you to know that at a lower difficulty there will be more stuff inside the room as compared to let’s say insane and extreme difficulty. Even though I say that, there is a guaranteed spawn across all levels of difficulty. So take this information of mine with a little bit of salt. There are a grand total of

World War Z Review

World War Z Review – Not A L4D Clone

The pandemic of 2020 showcased how governments across the globe respond to the viral spread of COVID-19 within their borders. Needless to say, many were not prepared or sufficiently equipped to handle such a crisis on a national level. I would not be surprised if there are people out there clamouring about the virus giving them zombies instead, kinda like World War Z. Should a thoughtless desire come to pass,

Destiny 2 Cool Kids

Destiny 2 Review – Changing Destiny

It’s been a year since I last played Destiny 2 and even then my total played time doesn’t exceed 10 hours. So when I heard the news that Destiny 2 is coming to Steam in its entirety, my immediate course of action is to transfer Destiny 2 to Steam. And ever since its induction to Steam, my experience with it can be described in two words, painful and confusing. It’s

They are Billions Review

They Are Billions Review – There Are Billions, Metaphorically

It’s an exaggeration to say that They Are Billions of zombies surrounding your colony, but when they start rushing to your colony as if you’re having a crazy Black Friday sale, there might be a kernel of truth in that saying. They Are Billions is one of the most anticipated games coming out from Steam Early Access ever since its debut, and this hybrid of an RTS game, a mixed

Divinity: Original Sin 2 Review

Divinity: Original Sin 2 Review – My Kind Of RPG

I am not a perfectionist, but I couldn’t help but restart my playthrough whenever I have found a better build that suits my playstyle to play with. This is even more so when I am still at the starting area, and in Divinity: Original Sin 2, I have done so just about 4 times. Divinity: Original Sin 2 is one of the most beautiful looking isometric role-playing games I have

Wargroove Review – The Successor We’ve Been Waiting For

Time waits for no man, and the same could be said to the people that pitched the idea of a turn-based fantasy tactics combat titled Wargroove, as clearly Nintendo would not be revitalising their famous Advance Wars franchise anytime soon. Chucklefish creation is combating against the nostalgic love fans have for Advance Wars with its challenging yet fun missions, stunning pixel-art, and a robust level editor creation system that suffices

Shadow Tactics Review

Shadow Tactics: Blade Of The Shogun Review – Bringing Back The Past

Just like the Shinobi of the past, Shadow Tactics: Blade Of The Shogun came out from nowhere. And unlike them, Shadow Tactics is here to stay. A lot of people have played Shadow Tactics and compares it to the game called Commandos, labeling it as an amazing spiritual successor to a genre that was almost forgotten. I did not have the pleasure to play such a genre before so I

Monster Hunter: World Guide

Monster Hunter: World Review – A Brand New World

Ever since the release of Monster Hunter: World on PC, I’ve been playing it nearly every day. Amassing over 150 hours of gameplay, and still counting, I don’t think I’m going to resign my life as a hunter any time soon. Monster Hunter: World is the latest installment of one of Capcom’s most popular franchise, Monster Hunter. It’s a franchise that is widely known for its epic fights against monsters