All Articles by Lauren Relph

Here are the best Fallout 4 Xbox One mods you must try

Fallout 4 on Xbox One has mod support, and these are some of the best that you should try to maximize your experience in the wastelands.

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Some of the best online Xbox One games for co-op and multiplayer

The best co op games on Xbox One. From RPGs, racing simulations and first person shooters, we have you covered in our comprehensive list of the best co op games for Xbox.

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Mafia 3's latest trailer details just some of its deadly weapons

A sneaky preview of the weapons available in the new Mafia 3, coming on October 7th to Xbox One and PC.

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Minecraft Windows 10: Taming and Breeding guide

There are many different uses for domestic animals in Minecraft. They are a great source of materials but we need to get the animals together to make babies. Don't get your hopes up for wild 70's jazz, this guide is totally safe for work.

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Interview with the Vampyr… Xbox One art director

The inner workings of the action RPG game, Vampyr, coming in 2017. We talked with Gregory Szucs, Art Director at DontNod about the lead character, his special powers and 1918 London.

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Dear Esther Landmark Edition for Xbox One review

Dear Esther has the holy trinity. Beautiful graphics, a heart-wrenching soundtrack and it's wonderful writing transported me to a place where I wasn't so much invested in the playable character — I was them.

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The best Xbox One 'couch co-op' games

It used to be that multi-player games were played side-by-side with a friend, sharing a console and a couch. But in the age of online multi-player, the couch co-op is still thriving.

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Minecraft Windows 10 and Xbox One: How to build a Nether portal

The road to completing a Nether portal is long and potentially arduous. When playing survival mode, it's not as easy as whipping out the obsidian blocks and igniting them. It sometimes requires hours of preparation.

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Minecraft Windows 10 and Xbox One: What is the Nether?

If Minecraft had a hell, The Nether would be it. It's an underworld of dangerous monsters, and flowing lava, but abundant in certain resources. Why, oh why would you go there?

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Minecraft Windows 10: Mobs and enemies to watch for

Mobs are a great source of entertainment, whether you're killing things for food, fun or material farming. They're not so fun, however, when they're shooting projectiles at you, walking off with blocks from your painstakingly crafted monuments or blowing you up.

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Minecraft for Windows 10 and Xbox One: Tips for long term survival

Minecraft claims the throne for being one of the most open world survival experiences going right now, and staying alive the first couple of nights isn't usually too difficult once you've got your tools, and you've crafted yourself the basics. But now it's time to start thinking long term.

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Action News Heroes for Xbox One review: Tag team carnage!

In a day and age of instant gratification, it seems that the news station management team are sick of covering stories of ladies who reached their 300th birthday. Anecdotal stories don't get ratings; BLOOD, GUNS, EXPLOOOOSIONS is what the people want, and the Action News Heroes are here to deliver.

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Binaries for Xbox One review: a controller-smashing good time!

Binaries is a new puzzle platformer game developed by Ant Workshop, a small development team from Edinburgh. It's simple in its design and control, but so brutally difficult that if I wasn't using an Elite Xbox Controller, it would have gone through the window.

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The Final Station for Xbox One review: Can you catch the train?

The Final Station is developed by Do My Best, and while they have a team name, the developers are a team of just two men. It's their debut game, and honestly? It's really damn good.

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Hue for Xbox One review: Color in the world

Hue is a puzzle platformer developed by Fiddlesticks and published by ID@Xbox. It's colorful, yet sorrowful, and so sweet it'll leave you with a content glow for a week.

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Lies of Astaroth for Xbox One review: An RPG card game missing the MMO

Lies of Astaroth is a free-to-play MMORPG card-battle game by iFree Studios. With over 100 million mobile players world-wide, the user-base may well grow again with the release on Xbox One. Check our review inside!

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The Turing Test for Xbox One review: Man vs. Machine

Bulkhead Interactive is a British based developer and are made of two teams, Bevel Studios and Deco Digital who previously made Pneuma: Breath of Life. This time, the guys are at it again with their mind-bending games with The Turing Test.

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Everything to expect from Skyrim Remaster

If like us, you can't wait for Skyrim to be remastered on Xbox One you don't have long to wait. Here's what will be in the in the remastered edition coming in October.

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Batman — Episode 1: Realm of Shadows Review

Batman was given the Telltale treatment, and is coming to Xbox One in September. We review the first episode Realm of Shadows in the new Batman: The Telltale Series.

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Best Survival Games for Xbox One

Staying Alive isn't just a song by the BeeGees. If your night is dark and full of terrors, huddle by the light with us and take a look at the best survival games currently on the Xbox One.

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