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The sokoban puzzle concept of manoeuvring boxes into specific areas has undoubtedly inspired many games, but the most recent experience for me was SokoBunny. It’s very basic in that you just kick crates around while using a bunny, trying to move them into place. And even though the latest sokoban style offering Sig.NULL isn’t reinventing
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We know you’re busy and might miss out on all the exciting things we’re talking about on Xbox Wire every week. If you’ve got a few minutes, we can help remedy that. We’ve pared down the past week’s news into one easy-to-digest article for all things Xbox! Or, if you’d rather watch than read, you
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You get the sense that LEGO video games are at a crossroads right now. Still hurting from the expensive losses from LEGO Dimensions, Traveller’s Tales has reduced its quarterly cadence of games down to about one a year. The last was LEGO DC Super-Villains, and next year brings us the return of LEGO Star Wars:
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Gaming is an increasingly popular way to entertain us while at home, immersing ourselves within a game is a great way to blow off steam and escape reality for a little while.  From playing puzzle games on smartphone apps or online casino games on computers, to action and adventure games on Xboxs and other consoles,
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Spellbreak is the latest free-to-play multiplayer action-spellcasting title to hit Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, giving you the opportunity to unleash your inner battlemage. It’s available right now and as our review mentioned, you’re sure to get in on some high flying fun should you get involved. Whilst free-to-play is always nice, it’s with
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One of the biggest benefits of all that power is giving developers the ability to make games that are Xbox Series X|S Optimized. This means that they’ve taken full advantage of the unique capabilities of Xbox Series X|S, both for new titles built natively using the Xbox Series X|S development environment as well as previously
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Sports games tend to move to the wacky side in fun ways. From the great RC car football of Rocket League to the quirky ‘70s theme of Stikbold – there’s something fun in seeing a sport torn apart at the seams and stitched back together again. HyperBrawl Tournament grabs a little bit of a Stikbold,
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We know you’re busy and might miss out on all the exciting things we’re talking about on Xbox Wire every week. If you’ve got a few minutes, we can help remedy that. We’ve pared down the past week’s news into one easy-to-digest article for all things Xbox! Or, if you’d rather watch than read, you
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Were it not for Bungie’s split with Activision last year, it feels like Destiny 2’s latest expansion, Beyond Light, might have just been called Destiny 3 instead. As the first installment in a trio of announced expansions, Beyond Light takes some bold steps in a new direction for the series – whether it’s the story’s
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With one of the most highly regarded racing pedigrees in the gaming scene, Codemasters have continually pushed the boundaries of what fans of the genre demand. With the F1 scene all but sewn up by their developmental brilliance in F1 2020, it could be said that they are the current kings of the racing sim.
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If you are in need of a cyberpunk appetizer, luckily for you Ghostrunner is now available on Xbox One. Created by the studio One More Level, this first-person platforming action game wastes absolutely no time in getting started. Booting the game up plays a slick little cutscene showing the events that lead to the titular
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Art in Heart have released a sequel to their previous game, GoNNER – the imaginatively titled GONNER2. Now, I’ll admit that I never played the first game, and so was coming to the action of GONNER2 completely fresh. But was it a pleasure to play, or more of a chore? Well, come to a very
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Today the team at Obsidian Entertainment has released the biggest Grounded update yet, introducing players to a brand-new biome – the underwater world of the Koi Pond. This new area of the backyard brings new wildlife, new crafting recipes, and new mysteries, along with underwater gameplay mechanics that will allow players to go deeper than
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