All Articles by Paul Acevedo

Watch and win as we livestream quirky circus platformer Penarium tonight on Mixer! [Ended]

Tonight on Mixer, we played Penarium, the circus-themed platformer from Team17. Read on for quick impressions and contest winners.

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Killing Floor 2 Beginner's Guide: How to beat the bosses without dying

Killing Floor 2, the stellar co-op horde shooter, features two bosses for teams to take down. If you're not careful, either one of them will wipe everyone out in moments. Don't worry, though – this guide gives you the intel to emerge victorious!

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Redout for Xbox One review: A fast, furious and futuristic racing game

Redout: Lightspeed Edition is an ultrafast racer in the style of F-Zero and Wipeout. With lots of content, amazing track design, split-screen and online multiplayer, and upcoming Xbox One X support, Redout is officially the Xbox racer of the future.

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Killing Floor 2 beginners guide: Ten tips to help you survive and level up faster

Killing Floor 2, the popular co-op horde shooter, is now available on Xbox One. Surviving waves of killer Zeds can be tough, especially when you're just starting out. We're here with 10 tips that will help you win matches and level up faster!

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Watch and win as we play ninja school girl slasher Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae tonight on Mixer [Ended]

Tonight on Mixer, we played a hack-and-slash action game starring Japanese high school girls called Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae. Read on for quick impressions and contest winners.

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Killing Floor 2 review: The best multiplayer horde game lands on Xbox One

Killing Floor 2 is a sci-fi horror, first-person shooter that pits teams of players against increasingly tough hordes of gory monsters. Already a hit on Steam, Killing Floor 2 has finally arrived on Xbox One, with exclusive content.

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Resident Evil Revelations review: This terrifying game is better than ever on Xbox One

Capcom is known for bringing older Resident Evil games to new systems. Its latest release is Resident Evil Revelations, originally a 3DS and Xbox 360 game. Now Revelations arrives on Xbox One with 1080p resolution and graphical enhancements.

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Destiny 2 campaign impressions: Missions, locations, enemies, and more

Destiny 2 is out on Xbox One this week, the long-awaited sequel to Bungie's popular but contentious blockbuster. After several hours of the campaign, these detailed impressions will give you a better idea of what to expect.

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Path of Exile beginners guide: Tips and tricks to get you started on the path back from exile

Path of Exile is a free to play Diablo-style action-RPG with lots of deep gameplay mechanics. This guide will explain the basic systems and offer plenty of helpful tips to get you started on your quest to return from exile!

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Win a Call of Duty: WWII private beta code and more during our livestream [Ended]

Tonight at 9pm ET (8pm CT, 6pm PT, 2am GMT) on Mixer, we'll be playing the Call of Duty: WWII private multiplayer beta. We're also giving out twenty beta codes and three Xbox gift cards! Read on for quick impressions and contest details.

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Path of Exile review: One of the best Diablo-style action-RPGs on Xbox One — and it's free

Path of Exile, the popular free-to-play Diablo-style action-RPG, has finally made the jump from Steam to Xbox One. With loads of characters, areas, and depth, plus extremely fair monetization, this is one free game every RPG fan needs to try.

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Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor for Xbox One review - An amazing role-playing game with dance battles

You'll find plenty of role-playing games on Xbox One, but only one RPG dares to dance. Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor from Akupura Games combines RPG mechanics with music rhythm game battles. Rhythm game fans won't want to miss it.

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The Pillars of the Earth Xbox One Review: Politics and intrigue abound in this historical adventure

The Pillars of the Earth is already a bestselling historical novel and TV miniseries. Now Daedalic has adapted the tale of twelfth-century political intrigue as a video game. Surprisingly little depth is lost in this unique adventure.

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Sonic Mania guide: How to beat Blue Sphere bonus stages and unlock all extras

Sonic the Hedgehog returns in Sonic Mania, a 2D platformer filled with secrets. Many of these secrets must be unlocked by completing tough bonus stages. This guide reveals the best bonus stage strategies — and an easy trick for replaying them all!

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Sonic Mania Special Stages guide: How to find the giant rings and get all the Chaos Emeralds

Sonic the Hedgehog is back in Sonic Mania. Once again, you'll have to complete seven special stages to get all the Chaos Emeralds. This guide reveals the special stage locations and an easy trick for completing them all!

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Destiny 2: First impressions of the open-world European Dead Zone region

Destiny 2 is almost here, filled with new areas to explore and tons of interesting activities. One of those areas is the European Dead Zone, a hotly contested wasteland of ruins. We spent a few hours in the EDZ to bring you this detailed preview!

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Agents of Mayhem for Xbox One review: The next best thing to an open-world G.I. Joe game

Agents of Mayhem is a spin-off of the Saints Row series featuring a Saturday morning cartoon-style story, on-the-fly character swapping, and 12 distinct playable characters. Read on to learn how well it scratches the open-world itch.

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Watch and win as we stream the word game/RPG Letter Quest Remastered tonight on Mixer [Ended]

Tonight on Mixer, we played Letter Quest Remastered, the stellar word game/RPG from Bacon Bandit and Digerati. Read on for quick impressions and contest winners.

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Command hordes of vicious rat-men in Total War Warhammer II

Sega recently revealed the Skaven, vile rat-men, as the fourth playable race in upcoming PC strategy game Total War: Warhammer II. We got to play the first hour of the Skaven campaign to learn what these vicious rodents bring to Total War!

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Sonic Mania for Xbox One review: Best Sonic game in years is a brilliant return to 2D

After several years away, Sonic is finally back on Xbox with Sonic Mania, a brand new 2D platformer in the style of the Sega Genesis games. It's an excellent game and a reminder of why so many people fell in love with Sonic in the first place.

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