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I think the best word to describe Horned Knight is ‘typical’. This is the same retro-style 2D action platformer you’ve seen countless times on the Xbox Store. There is nothing here that you won’t have seen before. There’s even the pixel art that seems to come as standard with pretty much any small indie game
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‘What would you do today, if you knew the consequence of every action?’. It’s a cracking question, and one that we’ve fallen in love with relatively recently across movies, TV and games. There’s Groundhog Day, Happy Death Day and Edge of Tomorrow, as well as the actions of Dr Strange in the Avengers movies. TV
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Welcome to Next Week on Xbox! Here we cover all the new games coming soon to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows 10 PC as well as upcoming Xbox Game Pass and soon-to-be released ID@Xbox titles! Get more details on the games below and click their profiles for pre-order details when available (release dates
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Since seeing our first hands-on preview of Outriders last summer, I’ve been cautiously optimistic about People Can Fly’s new co-op shooter/RPG. I was disappointed by the latest delay, but as a consolation prize, Square Enix has released the first act on schedule as a demo for us to start forming impressions off of. After spending
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I will admit that when I initially saw a top-down action roguelite called Curse of the Dead Gods, complete with swords, bows, environmental hazards, and semi-random rewards based on what room you choose to enter next, my first thought was “Hey, this seems a bit like a Hades knockoff.” It turns out, I was completely
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Ever since Ubisoft announced that Watch Dogs was continuing with Legion, multiplayer aspects were mentioned, with fans across the globe calling for an experience like no other. And now, a few months after giving us the chance to hit London town alone, Watch Dogs: Legion’s Online mode is preparing to roll out, with full details
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I regularly use the columns of TheXboxHub to bemoan gaming naming nomenclature, but #SinucaAttack leaves me at a bit of a crossroads. On one hand, the word ‘Sinuca’ is a clever phonetic spelling of snooker, one of the core themes of the game itself. But then on the other hand, the name as a whole
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We know you’re busy and might miss out on all the exciting things we’re talking about on Xbox Wire every week. If you’ve got a few minutes, we can help remedy that. We’ve pared down the past week’s news into one easy-to-digest article for all things Xbox! Or, if you’d rather watch than read, you
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Aground is a hard game to pigeonhole. The developers, Fancy Fish Games, describe the game as a “Crafting/Mining RPG”, with an overarching story and a goal to work towards. While this is a functional description, the actual game is a lot deeper than this rather dry summary. First launched back in April 2020 on PC
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Hello Everyone, Our little Hello Games team had a big year in 2020, releasing six huge, free updates for No Man’s Sky. We are even more excited for what 2021 has in store! Today, we’re very pleased to release our first major update of 2021: Companions. Ever since travelers encountered their first creatures on their
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Pretty much since the dawn of time, the video game simulator has had a place; admittedly left to the exclusivity of PC gaming. In recent years though, as technology has advanced and developers have worked magic, those same simulators have slowly trickled over to the console scene, with various success rates. I mean, there’s little
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