Game Review: Deliver us the Moon (Xbox One X)

Earth’s natural resources are depleted. This energy crisis requires a solution. Global powers create the World Space Agency. They secure a promising new source of energy on the moon. When communications with the moon go dark, the energy source is lost. You’re the last astronaut on Earth. You must investigate what happened to save humanity.

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Horror Movie Review: Book of Monsters (2018)

Sophie’s 18th birthday party becomes a bloodbath when six terrifying monsters descend upon her house, intent on devouring the party guests and killing anyone who tries to leave.

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Game Review: Hello Neighbor (Xbox One X)

Hello Neighbour is a survival stealth game that was developed by Dynamic Pixels. The game was released as an alpha build way back in 2015. A rocky development meant that it required the help of a Kickstarter campaign before eventually being published by tinyBuild. In Hello Neighbour, you take control of a boy who has just moved into a new home across from a mysterious stranger. One day, he hears a scream coming from the neighbour’s house and decides to break-in and investigate.

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Game Review – Shantae: ½ Genie Hero (Xbox One)

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero is the fourth game in the Shantae series, following Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse. It released in 2016 after a successful yet lengthy Kickstarter campaign that began in 2013. Upon release, its sales broke records on the Nintendo Switch. Anyway, I really enjoyed the predecessor. Therefore, when this came to Game Pass, playing it was a no-brainer. ½ Genie Hero, is a platform video game developed by WayForward Technologies.

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Game Review – Shenmue I & II: HD Collection (Xbox One)

Well, this is a review I never imagined I would be writing. Shenmue is one of my favourite video games of all time. I played it to death in my younger years and have often reminisced ever since. Originally, it released in 1999 on the SEGA Dreamcast. Next year, it will have been 20 years since it all began. I’ve often dreamed of a re-release on modern platforms.

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