All Articles by Paul Acevedo

Steam Spotlight: Formula Fusion will revive Wipeout-style racing on Xbox One and PC

For years, Wipeout set the standard for futuristic racing games. Sadly, Wipeout has long-since disappeared. This year, Formula Fusion is set to carry on the mantel on Xbox One and Steam. Are you ready for the fastest racing the future has to offer?

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Yooka-Laylee for Xbox One review: The next great 3D platformer

Kickstarter success story Yooka-Laylee is finally out on Xbox One. Former members of Rare have joined together to make a 3D platformer in the style of Banjo-Kazooie and games of old. They succeeded, capturing a magic we seldom see in games nowadays.

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Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition for Xbox One review – This foul-mouthed shooter looks better than ever

Bulletstorm is a first-person shooter that never got the mainstream sales it deserved. Now Gearbox has remastered it as Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition for Xbox One and PC. Will greatly enhanced graphics be enough to win over gamers this time?

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Watch and win as we livestream Minecraft-style MMO TROVE tonight on Beam [Ended]

Tonight on Beam, we played Trove, the free Minecraft-style MMO from Trion Worlds. Read on for quick impressions, contest winners, and the full video replay.

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Vikings: Wolves of Midgard review — Slay frost giants in this Diablo-style action-RPG for Xbox and PC

There haven't been many alternatives to Diablo III on Xbox One until recently. Now Vikings: Wolves of Midgard enters the ring, adding Norse mythology into the familiar action-RPG loot-hunting formula. But does it have the bite to take on Diablo?

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Four Sided Fantasy for Xbox One review: Jump through the sides of your screen in this clever platformer

Four Sided Fantasy is an Xbox One puzzle platformer that features the unique ability to travel from any side of the screen to the other, and it makes you think in a whole new way to reach the end of the colorful adventure.

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The Inner World review: The imaginative point-and-click adventure arrives on Xbox One

The Inner World, an imaginative point-and-click adventure game from German publisher Headup Games, recently arrived on Xbox One. Although adventure game fans might be busy with Thimbleweed Park right now, this one still deserves a look.

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MayFlash Universal Adapter review: Use autofire, turbo, and even PlayStation controllers on your Xbox

The MayFlash Universal Adapter Ultimate is a versatile tool that allows the use of PlayStation, Xbox 360, and PC controllers on Xbox One, 360, and PC. It also adds compelling Turbo and Autofire features that make it a must-have for Clicker Heroes.

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Join us for a Mass Effect: Andromeda live stream and giveaway! (Ended)

Tonight on Beam we played Mass Effect: Andromeda, the latest sci-fi action-RPG from EA Bioware. Read on for quick impressions, contest winners, and the full video replay.

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SEGA announces Total War: Warhammer II for PC

Last year's Total War: Warhammer marked the first time a Total War game took place in a fantasy setting. The venture was so successful that SEGA just announced Total War: Warhammer II will be coming to PC later this year.

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Trove review: Minecraft and MMOs collide in this free to play Xbox One game

What happens when you mix Minecraft with an MMO? You get Trove, a free to play MMO that has just exited beta on Xbox One. Exploring and building with large groups adds a whole new dimension to the block-based gameplay that Minecraft fans will love.

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2Dark review: This Xbox One stealth horror adventure is good but 2Hard

Frédérick Raynal, creator of Alone in the Dark, is back with a new horror adventure for consoles and PC, 2Dark. In this truly dark game, players must rescue children from kidnappers and serial killers, lest they suffer gruesome fates.

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Clicker Heroes Achievement guide

Clicker Heroes is a deceptively simple 'idling' game that you play with clicking attacks. But reaching the late-game content and unlocking 'Achievements' takes careful planning and strategy. This guide will help you get there as quickly as possible.

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NeuroVoider review: Fun four-player 'Roguelike' shooting for Xbox One

NeuroVoider from Flying Oak Games is a 'Roguelike' twin-stick shooter that features extensive character customization and four-player local co-op.

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FlatOut 4: Total Insanity review – An Xbox One party racer with crazy destruction

Destruction-heavy arcade racing game FlatOut 4 has just arrived on Xbox One in Europe (with a North American release coming in May). But don't worry, you can already import it from anywhere in the world. Is it worth the effort? Read on to find out!

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Star Trek Online: Agents of Yesterday tells an exciting new story set in Star Trek: The Original Series

Tonight on Beam, we played Star Trek Online, the free to play Star Trek MMO. The new 'Agents of yesterday' expansion features classic Trek characters in a time traveling adventure. Read on for impressions, contest winners, and the full video replay!

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Table Top Racing World Tour review: Race tiny cars through giant environments on Xbox One

Table Top Racing: World Tour is an arcade-style racer for Xbox One in which tiny cars race around tracks built on tables. With tons of events, sharp graphics, and online multiplayer, it's a much bigger game than the pint-sized cars doing the racing.

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Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 review: Xbox One's flashiest fighting game

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 has finally arrived on Xbox One and Steam. The latest version boasts 50 memorable characters, improved online play, and all previous DLC, making it truly the 'ultimate' version of the popular fighting game.

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Composer Michael A. Levine reveals the secrets of Resident Evil 7's haunting theme song

Resident Evil 7 is one of the scariest games around. The theme song 'Go Tell Aunt Rhody' plays a part in establishing that creepy mood. Find out how composer Michael A. Levine created Resident Evil 7's haunting theme song in this in-depth interview.

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To celebrate the new 'Sabotage' DLC, we played Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

Tonight on Beam, we played Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's 'Sabotage' DLC and gave out Infinite Warfare game and Season Pass codes for Xbox One and Steam! Read on for quick impressions, contest winners, and the full video replay.

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