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Showing posts from September, 2019

ID@Xbox Reveal New Games Coming To Xbox Game Pass Soon

ID@Xbox revealed a bunch of new games that are joining Xbox Games Pass by the end of 2019 in the latest video uploaded to their Xbox Youtube channel last week, with both brand new and also a few already released games joining this fantastic service over the next few months. You can find a full list of  the games revealed below, and also watch the video which I've stuck beneath for your viewing pleasure Munchkin Quacked Quest - Day one XB1/PC Yooka-Laylee - XB1 The Escapist 2 - XB1 Cities Skylines - PC Lonely Mountains Downhill - Day One XB1/PC Demon's Tilt - Day one PC Genesis Noir - Day one XB1/PC (Not clear if going to make a release by the end of 2019) Minit - XB1/PC The Red Strings Club - PC The Talos Principle - XB1/PC Vambrace Cold Soul - XB1/PC State of Mind - PC Dead by Daylight - XB1/PC(BETA) Descenders - XB1/PC (Beta)

Games With Gold - October Games With Store Links

If you're anything like me, then while looking forward to what free games we can expect with our Xbox Live sub each month, you can bet your ass we've forgotten the game come the 16th of every month. So here's my plan just to remind myself more than anything. Do a post like this once the games are announced, just so I can pin this post on Twitter, so once they go live I can just use the below links and go add them to my download queue. If you wanna use this once it is pinned on my Twitter, by all means, do. Below are the games coming to Games with Gold this October. Xbox One Tembo the Badass Elephant - Oct 1 to Oct 31 Friday the 13th - Oct 16 to Nov 15 Xbox 360/BC Bolt - Oct 1 to Oct 15 (actually a fun little game this that I remember enjoying with the kids) Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge - Oct 16 to Oct 31

Review - Pilot Sports

What feels like many moons ago (back on August 6 to be precise), a game popped up on my Twitter timeline and I thought that it looked like it needed my eyes on it. That game being Pilot Sports, a game available now and priced at just £16.74 over here in the UK. The reason it caught my eye was just by looks, as just look at any images used in this review and if your brain doesn't say PilotWings then you and I are of a different age, and to be quite honest, I don't think we can ever be friends in the outside bubble that is the Internet. PilotWings on the Super Nintendo was a game I lost a fair few weekends on when fully starting to sink myself into all that is gaming. Much like Pilot Sports, it wasn't the best-looking title back then, but it just offered gameplay that was both a challenge and also threw in enough fun to want to keep coming back for more. What does Pilot Sports offer? Well, not much in terms of content would be my honest reply to that, starting off the rev