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Archive for Category: Xbox One Game Reviews

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 Review: Building on Perfection

/ Oct 5th, 2020 Over the years, I’ve played the original Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater games for hours across various formats – the 1 comments continue reading >>

Tennis World Tour 2 Review: Double Fault?

/ Sep 30th, 2020 Tennis World Tour 2 is a game that feels unnecessarily necessary. Tennis is a sadly underrepresented sport in gaming, 0 comments continue reading >>

PGA Tour 2K21 Review

/ Aug 20th, 2020 When PGA Tour 2K21 was announced, it was somewhat of a surprise. With The Golf Club series, HB Studios 0 comments continue reading >>

AO Tennis 2 Review: Break Point

/ Mar 26th, 2020 Although tennis is recognized as the most popular individual sport in the world, it has been underrepresented in gaming 0 comments continue reading >>

NBA 2K20 Review: Real Recognize Real

/ Dec 24th, 2019 Reviewing NBA 2K presents a dilemma that seemingly occurs every year. On one hand, NBA 2K20 is yet again 0 comments continue reading >>

Far Cry 5 Impressions: Land of the Free

/ Mar 26th, 2018 Far Cry 5 takes place in a sprawling, picturesque portion of Montana, the first in the series to be 0 comments continue reading >>

NBA Playgrounds Review: Jam Session

/ Jun 8th, 2017 NBA Jam is 24 years old this year — not quite old enough to attempt to recapture its youth 0 comments continue reading >>

Power Rangers: Mega Battle Review

/ Mar 1st, 2017 If you are a child of the 1990s, you will experience a wave of nostalgia when you first boot 0 comments continue reading >>

Rise & Shine Review: Bullet, Hell

/ Feb 15th, 2017 When Adult Swim got into video games, it wasn’t clear what type of games it would focus on publishing. 0 comments continue reading >>

FIFA 17 Review: The Journey Forward

/ Feb 3rd, 2017 The best annualized sports games, including EA’s FIFA series, are difficult to improve because they’ve already reached consistently high 0 comments continue reading >>