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The Crew 2 logo
The Crew 2 logo

The Crew 2 (Xbox One) review

A game about upgrading vehicles over time becomes a metaphor for itself, as The Crew 2 on release feels like it carries unfulfilled potential. GamesFiends take a look.
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Rad-Rodgers-1
Rad-Rodgers-1

Rad Rodgers: World One (Xbox One) Review

Rad Rodgers is loud, brash and explosive in most of the right places and can really feel satisfying at times to play.
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EthanCarterBanner2
EthanCarterBanner2

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (Xbox One) Review

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is something to sit down and get lost in for a rainy afternoon or gloomy Winter’s eve.
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Ghost Blade HD logo
Ghost Blade HD logo

Ghost Blade HD (Xbox One) review

Ghost Blade HD has its roots in a Dreamcast game released only two years ago, fourteen years after the system was discontinued. But now it's made the jump to the current generation, representing an old genre but needing to just...
Shadow Warrior 2 - featured
Shadow Warrior 2 - featured
Shadow Warrior 2 - featured

Shadow Warrior 2 (Xbox 1) Review

A quick glance would make this game look like a disposable, possibly even insensitive, FPS with a 'wacky' sense of humour. But the mechanics, visuals, and action sequences make it some of the most fun you can have in an FPS.

 
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Vertical Drop Heroes HD logo
Vertical Drop Heroes HD logo

Vertical Drop Heroes HD (Xbox One) review

GamesFiends engage in a race to the bottom with this platformer-roguelike, freshly released on the Xbox One.
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The Sun And The Moon logo
The Sun And The Moon logo

The Sun and the Moon (Xbox One) review

GamesFiends fight momentum, gravity and frustration in the XB1 release of Ludum Dare 29's winning platformer.
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Mordheim CotD logo
Mordheim CotD logo

Mordheim: City of the Damned (Xbox One) review

"Risk life and limb fighting mercenaries, for the chance to handle hazardous materials!" Not the most convincing job advert around, but one GamesFiends answered anyway to look at Mordheim: City of the Damned.