Rivals of Aether is an indie fighting game developed by Dan Fornace and published on Xbox One via the ID@Xbox program. The game features many modes and many characters. Featuring a fighting style that may remind you of such games as Super Smash Bro, this game is great fun to play casually and competitively.
This Is The Policeplaces you into the shoes of Freeberg City Police Commissioner Jack Boyd. Boyd as you learn in the introduction has 180 days left before he is due to retire. How he leaves his legacy is based on your actions through these coming 180 days!
The story has many twists and turns and kept me guessing through most of it. Cutscenes are presented via a comic strip inspired format. Some of these scenes can be interacted with via conversation choices and your answers with change the way that the story is played out.
When I saw that this game was coming out for Xbox One I was to say enthusiastic! As a fan of Rock 'N Roll Racing I was hoping that this was going to be a spiritual successor. In fairness it kind of is but it could not be any different.
Xbox One exclusive Reversi Quest has an official release date now. This table-top RPG hybrid has a firm date set for the 15th of July this year. Recently, there have been a slew of table-top style games launched for Xbox One including the addictive Hand of Fate, The Living Dungeon, and Pure Chess has also been slated for an Xbox One release too.
After playing Skyling: Garden Defense I know not to judge a book by its cover. Mystery Castle, another semi-grid-based isometric ID@Xbox puzzler that was recently ported over to Xbox One by developer Runestone Games has a similar cutesy and cartoonish aesthetic but underneath its charming and seemingly innocuous veneer lies an incredibly challenging puzzle game.
In Mystery Castle there’s not one but actually five castles, each containing thirty-five levels and a boss level. Levels can be tackled in any order and once a certain number of levels have been completed new castles will become unlocked, thus allowing you to switch from castle to castle at will. Although I’d recommend playing levels in order since new mechanics are introduced along the way, it’s nice to be able to skip and come back to levels if they’re causing you difficulty.