Tag: Xbox


Do we still need to purchase consoles?

Is there any need to continue purchasing consoles? Typically, I play Xbox the old fashioned way, through my console and TV. At first I was skeptical about trying it out using Xbox Cloud Gaming, fearing that it wouldn’t be as enjoyable playing on a small screen. However, shortly after pairing my controller with my iPad…

Gaming, Venue

13 games coming to Xbox Game Pass

Hooray Xbox Game Pass subscribers, 13 games are waiting for you to pick up and play!  The new games include 5 existing games and 8 new releases that were scheduled to launch from the 15th of September. Whether you are looking for an adventurous story or a battlefield, there is something for you.  These 13…

Gaming, Venue

Inside XBOX: What’s New?

‘Inside Xbox’ went behind the scenes with the team from Xbox and third-party designers and developers to demonstrate what we can expect from the Xbox Series X, due to be released towards the end of 2020. Streaming over YouTube on 7 May 2020, ‘Inside Xbox’ bought us the first exclusive preview of gameplay for the…


New gamer column

I have pretty much zero gaming experience, other than playing copious amounts of Skyrim one summer whilst I was in sixth form. When chatting to my gamer housemates about what games they had that I could play for this column, we landed on Portal. From what I heard, it’s a classic, pretty well-known, and my…


Recently Played: Mount Your Friends 3D

Mount Your Friends 3D: A Hard Man is Good to Climb was released almost exactly a year ago, yet I only got to play for the first time in the last few weeks. The game, developed by Stegersaurus Software Inc, is a follow up to the 2D side scroller QWOP-esque classic originally released on Steam…

Gaming, OldVenue

Compare And Conquer

When Fallout 3 first came out, reviews referred to it as “Oblivion with Guns”. When the Xbox One was announced, it was seen as the 360 designed by Orwell. Reviews of technology and gaming have a tendency to compare new releases to those that have come before them. But why do we do this? And…

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December 2021
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