140 (Xbox One)

140 (Xbox One)

A test of your musical aptitude and patience across an old school platformer, 140 makes its way onto almost as many platforms as the name suggests. Described as minimalistic by developers Abstraction Games,  this is a title from the gameplay director of Limbo, Jeppe Carlsen. No wonder, then.

Binaries (Xbox One)

Binaries (Xbox One)

  Do you find platformers too easy? Do you have the ultimate patience in terms of gaming? Are you ready for a real test in navigation between two platformers at the same time? If the answer is yes to all three questions, developers Ground Shatter Ltd have produced a highly challenging puzzle platformer available on Xbox One and Playstation 4 in the form of Binaries.

Resident Evil 5 (Xbox One)

Resident Evil 5 (Xbox One)

Following hot on the heels of Resident Evil 6, Capcom bring us their next reverse order port to Xbox One and Playstation 4. Originally released back in 2009, Resident Evil 5 makes the same journey as its successor onto the new generation of consoles, including previously released DLC Lost in Nightmares and Desperate Escape story expansions, versus mode, extra costumes, and the previously PC-exclusive No Mercy mode. Also included is the new mode “The Mercenaries United”, which combines The Mercenaries and The Mercenaries Reunion.

Cubikolor (Xbox One)

Cubikolor (Xbox One)

There are two types of people in this world, those born during the 1980’s or those born before, those able to complete the original Rubik’s Cube puzzle the way Ernő Rubik intended and those choosing to take the cube apart piece by piece before piecing it together again in the correct order claiming to be a genius after completion. It’s worth noting before you continue reading this review that I fell into the latter camp.