All Articles by Lauren Relph

How to use the Xbox app for Windows 10

Xbox has an app available on all Windows 10 devices, as well as iOS and Android – connecting you to your Xbox more thoroughly than ever before. Here's what you need to know...

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Review: One small step for Kerbals in Kerbal Space Program for Xbox One

If the words 'orbital trajectory', 'perihelion' and 'EVA transfer' get you steamed up behind the glasses, you may want to come and read this Kerbal Space Program review.

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How to find your Facebook friends on Xbox Live for Windows 10 and Xbox One

With the Xbox One's Summer Update, you can now find your Facebook friend's Gamertags easier than ever before. Here's how to do that on both Windows 10 PCs

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How to set your newly independent language and region settings on Xbox One

Now you can separate your region, speech and keyboard language settings on Xbox One. Want to know how? See here.

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Feed me your frustrated tears: 10 Second Ninja X Review

What makes it so hard, I hear you ask? The clue is in the title of the game. You have ten seconds to complete each level. Madness, I hear you cry, and you're absolutely right.

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Dex for Xbox One review: Striving for singularity

Dex is an open world side-scrolling action RPG platformer set in a dystopian cyberpunk world, created by developer Dreadlocks Ltd and published via ID@Xbox.

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Deadlight: Directors Cut for Xbox One review — Face your fears, again

First released in 2012, Deadlight found middling success in its iconic design and tense gameplay. Telling the story of Randall, the lone survivor seeking his companions in 1986 zombie aka Shadow-infested Seattle, this post-apocalyptic platformer has had a graphics overhaul and new game mode added.

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Mighty No. 9 review for Xbox One: How the mighty have fallen

We took a look at the controversial Mighty No. 9 on Xbox One. Heavily criticized by fans and Kickstarter funders alike, it appears the disappointment was justified.

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Heart&Slash for Xbox One review: Cut my robo-heart into pieces

This indie robo-brawler with roguelike elements is definitely not something to turn your nose up at. Heart&Slash is available now on Xbox One, Steam, and PlayStation 4.

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Among The Sleep review: The horrors of being a kid

There is comfort in having a bear, and there are horrors of being a kid. Among The Sleep explores the pains of not knowing anything — and wanting everything to be OK.

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Kick and Fennick Xbox One review: Shooting for the sky with the boy with the big gun

Jumping into Abstraction Games' newest release, Kick and Fennick, the platforming game where jumping is done by pulling out the big guns.

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Neon Chrome Xbox One review: The Overseer dominates us

The Matrix meets Blade Runner. We reviewed Neon Chrome on the Xbox One and got lost in the cyberpunk noir world of a hacker who creates neural links with unused bodies to take down the Overseer.

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EA provides an overview of all its upcoming Star Wars projects

Electronic Arts share their plan for the coming months by showcasing some development details of the future Star Wars games.

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New trailer explores the vast worlds of Mass Effect Andromeda

EA Play 2016 shows off brand new gameplay footage of Mass Effect Andromeda

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OlliOlli 2: XL Edition Xbox One review — In for the long nosegrind

We grind the rails in Roll7's most recent iteration of their cult skateboarding game.

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TurnOn Xbox One Review: The brightest spark in town

Inspired by WWF's Earth Hour, TurnOn gives us a gentle lesson as to why it's good to switch off once in a while.

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Layers of Fear Xbox One review: This isn't painting by numbers

Join Lauren for a review of Layers of Fear on Xbox One — a psychological horror game with a twist.

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Cool runnings: Shred It! Papercraft Snowboarder on Xbox One review

We look at Shred It! on Xbox One, an endless snowboarding game that will melt your heart, not your toes.

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The Park for Xbox One review: Darkness of the soul

Join us for a look at The Park for Xbox One. Horror warning or trigger warning?

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Paranautical Activity Review: How I learned to stop worrying and love the abyss

We reviewed Paranautical Activity on the Xbox One. We've fought with giant cannons and killed giant flying pixellated eyes. We're now deaf from dubstep soundtracks but we can't stop playing...

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