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Category Archives: Microsoft

Review: Star Wars Battlefront


Just one month before the most anticipated movie of this century, we can now finally embrace the force in Battlefront once again. But was it worth the 10 years of waiting isolated on Dagobah?

Review: Fallout 4


“ I don’t want to set the world on fire. I just want to start, a flame in your heart…” – The Ink Spots

Review: The Crew – Wild Run


The Crew is Ubisoft’s open-world driver that wanted to translate the road trip experience to the digital world. The game wasn’t a big success right from the start but thanks to some impressive DLC and patches, the game became better and better. Nowadays, more than four million people are playing it and we think a lot new player might join thanks to the Wild Run expansion. The Wild Run adds a lot of fun things and removes some of the bugs of the original game.

Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops 3  



The most popular franchise of the past years has returned for another explosive round. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is the major new installment in the franchise and has tons of content to offer. Want to enjoy a great single player? It’s here. More a multiplayer type? It’s bigger than ever. Like to kill zombies? Take them down in Black Ops 3! The game is packed with content and is a must-have for shooter fans.

Review: Just Dance 2016


Just Dance started as an experiment years ago but is one of the most successful party games today. It has everything for a great evening with friends, from popular songs to awkward choreographies, when Just Dance is switched on, the party begins. In Just Dance 2016, everybody can join the fun thanks to smartphone support. Just Dance 2016 offers a lot of the same but why change a winning formula, right?

Indie Corner: Slender: The Arrival


Slender Man, one of the most popular monsters nowadays. It all started with the original Slender game on PC and a lot of other followed in its creepy footsteps. Slender: The Arrival let’s you fight, or actually run away from the teleporting creep in big open locations. The game isn’t new but it finally arrived on Wii U. Is it worth getting or will it cause sleepless nights of disappointment? Time to find out!

Review: Rise of the Tomb Raider


Lara Croft has been one of the most famous game characters in the world. She’s done quite some ancient tomb raiding to find long forgotten artifacts or discover the mystery behind supernatural forces. The last Tomb Raider was a very new and interesting experience for all players; old school players and franchise newbies. Some were very sceptic since the game was a complete overhaul and reboot of the previous Tomb Raider games but in the end, everything fitted perfectly: the storyline, gameplay mechanics, crafting, graphics, … Last year’s Tomb Raider was a breath of fresh air and it made itself stand out from all of the other adventurous games. Tomb Raider has set the bar high for other adventure games and its own sequel… Will we discover a jewel hidden beneath all of these high expectations or should this jewel be buried in an ancient tomb and never be spoken of again?

Review: NBA 2K16


2K is a respected developer, publisher and distributor who made a lot of top games like Borderlands, Civilization, The Darkness, … But they’re also known for their fantastic sport series such as WWE 2K and NBA 2K. This time they had the difficult task to improve their last NBA 2K15 and from what I’ve seen and played, they’ve created the best basketball game yet on the market.

Review: W2K16


WWWE is a long-running franchise with annual releases, meaning the gamers expect a lot of each new entry. The 2K15 entry marked the jump of the franchise to the current generation consoles and it was one big disappointment. Where 2K14 delivered a lot of playable characters and modes, 2K15 dropped most of those to improve the looks with modern technology. Fans weren’t pleased at all; this wasn’t the WWE they’ve hoped for! 2K16 delivers what fans asked for back in those days and throws a ton of content on top of that!

Review: Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition


It has been some amazing years for Larian Studios. A Belgian company that conquered the hearts of many gamers with their traditional RPG, Divinity: Original Sin. The game was one of the best releases last year on PC and a must-have for fans of classic RPG games. The Enhanced Edition brings the same magic to consoles and is actually one of the first console games of Larian in years. But will the console audience enjoy this Original Sin?