Game Review – World of Final Fantasy: Maxima (Xbox One X)

World of Final Fantasy is an RPG developed by Tose & published by Square Enix. Originally, it released back in 2016 for PS4 and then eventually Xbox One in 2018. The game returns to more traditional gameplay seen in earlier Final Fantasy entries.

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The 10 Best Announcements of E3 2019

E3 2019 will be remembered for the abundance of CGI trailers for games rather than actual gameplay. What am I saying? Nobody will forget the majestic appearance of Keanu Reeves as he helped promote Cyberpunk 2077. Other than Keanu, there was plenty to get excited about. Here are my 10 favourite announcements.

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Game Review: Final Fantasy XV (Xbox One X)

Final Fantasy XV is the latest instalment in the long running series. The story sees Prince Noctis and his three friends tasked with retrieving the Royal Arms, magical weapons that will help in their pursuit to retrieve a powerful Crystal and reclaim his throne.

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Top 20: Favorite Announcements From E3 2018 (Part 2)

Welcome back to my top 20 favourite announcements of E3 2018. This time around, I’ll be looking back at the 10 unveilings that I consider to be the most exciting of all of those shown at the conferences. This wasn’t an easy task but that’s a really good thing, let’s have a look.

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Top 20: Favorite Announcements From E3 2018 (Part 1)

Another Electronic Entertainment Expo has come and gone but what an E3 it was. There were so many exciting announcements, showcases and teasers I’ve had to extend my annual top 10 to a top 20. That’s right, I’m going to be looking back at the twenty reveals that were my absolute favourites

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Game – Movie Adaption Review: Tomb Raider (2018)

We’re all aware by now that movies based on video games haven’t turned out like we’d hoped. However, they keep getting made. Let’s have a look at the latest attempt and see if it breaks the curse.

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GBHBL’s Top 10: Video Game Music (Part 2)

A quality video game soundtrack is much more pivotal to the overall experience than most people give it credit for.

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