Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood review

There are countless puzzle-platformer games on the Xbox Live Arcade. Many of the best titles available on the service are in said genre, such as Braid and Limbo. The latest one to be released is Max: The Curse of Brotherhood (a sequel to mobile game, Max and the Magic Marker), in which you control the eponymous hero, in a quest to save his kid brother Felix, from the evil Lord Mustacho. After Felix breaks Max's toys, Max wants revenge, so in a fit of anger, he searches the internet for a curse to get rid of him, which unfortunately works. Is the resulting adventure a memorable one? Read on to find out.

State of Decay: Lifeline review

Just less than a year after its initial release, State of Decay's second DLC has landed, bringing a new city, and a new story, whilst keeping the core gameplay intact. The original release of the game received high praise from critics everywhere, despite it's many bugs and glitches. Is it worth going back for this new adventure? Check out the full review below to find out.