Archive for the ‘Xbox One’ Category

The Division 2 on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

The Division 2 is out now, and having not played The Division for a while, I was unsure what I was expecting when it came to the sequel. To my pleasant surprise, I was treated to a solid game which offered a whole lot more than I was expecting. Before I implore you to purchase […]

ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove is here! But… unfortunately, it’s a tragic effort at trying to stay relevant. I remember playing Funkatron when I was a kid and having great fun. Even though there were definitely some ‘dope’ elements to the game, overall it was, sadly, just a bore. The story is set […]

Metro Exodus on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

Metro Exodus: It is very hard to think objectively about a game after you have decided that it clearly isn’t a game that you are going to like. However, I feel this is what I must do as this is an excellent game which just didn’t capture me. This is the third game of the […]

Resident Evil 2 Remake on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

Resident Evil 2 Remake: As soon as you switch this on and see the Capcom logo appear in front of you, you should reminisce about the sheer terror of playing this on the PS1 (or N64 for me). 6 hours into the game, you will hope that those involved with this remake/master get themselves hired […]

Hitman 2 (2018) on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Hitman 2 (2018) feels very much like a Bond film when it starts up on the Prologue level, as Agent 47 comes into view on a night boat to a beach house to track down some info on a particular baddie, but as luck would have it, they soon return and your mission changes to […]

Dakar 18 on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

Dakar 18, and rally videogames are great, right? Well, soon after starting a race, I quickly went off the track and into the desert, and didn’t know where I was meant to go as there’s no map in the bottom-right, just a set of rather odd icons in the form of a series of roadbook […]

V-Rally 4 on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

V-Rally 4 comes not-so-hot-on-the-hells from its older trilogy bretheren where you race along various tracks around the world – usually coming off them on sharp turns, all the while being almost-shouted at by your co-driver who tells you what sort of bend is coming up next, even though it feels more like at least two […]

Agony on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

Agony is something in which you will spend most of the minutes of the 10-hour campaign, as in agonising pain. I mean you are a tormented soul in hell with absolutely no memories of your past. Similar to the game, this review will not hold back on some grotesque, rude and explicit (although rumour suggests […]

The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter is a mystery puzzle game where you take the lead as Paul Propsero, an investigator on your last case before retiring. You receive a letter from a young lad called Ethan Carter who, as the title suggests, has done a disappearing act, and you have to figure out what happened […]

FIFA 18 on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

FIFA 18 is out: every year we are given the next instalment of sports games, and every year you will see a few idiots buy a copy at their local supermarket and drive it home with a seatbelt secured around FIFA. Every year you will see wives and girlfriends across the country moan because they […]

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