Five months after being released for Xbox Series X|S and PC, Starfield is rumored to be coming to additional platforms – time to take a closer look at Bethesda’s massive [ … ]
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Sci-Fi fans have been eagerly anticipating the adaptation of Stanislaw Lem’s novel The Invincible and we have set off to Regis III for you.
13 years after his disappearance thriller author Alan Wake returns, but who’s actually pulling the strings in this murder mystery turned survival horror?
A mayoral job became available and we took it for you! Cities: Skylines II will be released in a few days and we have played it extensively.
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Find out if the additions to the established formula in The Devil in Me provide The Dark Pictures Anthology with a proper season finale.
Three years ago Resident Evil mastermind Shinji Mikami announced Ghostwire: Tokyo. Join us in finding out if the game meets the high expectations.
Silt is a new 2D puzzle game with a black and white color scheme and horror-like underwater settings, in which you control sea creatures to move forward.
The Kaito Files adds one final case to the plate of Tokyo’s infamous Yagami Detective Agency. Find out if it’s worthwhile enough to return to Lost Judgment.
The Brook Wingman Converter enables you to use your peripherie cross-platform. We tested Wingman XB (Xbox), XE (PlayStation) and NS (Nintendo Switch) in-depth.
Every platform has their own defining features and killer apps that makes it worth buying: in the case of Xbox, the key feature is definitely Xbox Game Pass.