TweakTown's Gaming Content Listing - Page 2Below you can find a list of our latest Gaming reviews, articles and guides that have been published on TweakTown.You can also search by sub-category and year, hence refining your search further.Refine Content by Category:Gaming NewsAction (443 items)Adventure (132 items)Editorials (75 items)FPS (109 items)Game Performance Articles (12 items)Puzzle (28 items)Racing (118 items)RPG (43 items)Simulation (34 items)Sports (154 items)Strategy (65 items)Refine Content by Year:2019 (24 items)2018 (8 items)2017 (15 items)2016 (35 items)2015 (37 items)2014 (47 items)2013 (54 items)2012 (33 items)2011 (47 items)2010 (32 items)2009 (15 items)2008 (101 items)2007 (55 items)2006 (126 items)2005 (219 items)2004 (218 items)2003 (165 items)Xbox Games Pass Coming To Switch? Maybe Not. Here's Why.Xbox Game Pass coming to Nintendo Switch doesn't make much sense for a lot of reasons.AxE: Alliance vs Empire preview: MMO mobile chaosNexon Red's popular 150-player mobile MMORPG is coming to the West with crazy combat, flashy visuals, and strong monetizationResident Evil 2 Remake Review: Fright NightCapcom redefines terror and reigns supreme as the kings of horrorFallout 76 Review: Atomic WasteFallout 76 takes many steps backwards for the franchise and feels like a failed experiment.Bethesda please stop breaking your games to make more moneyBethesda's new monetization focus has damaged core IPs, namely FalloutFallout 76 Impressions - An all round learning experienceFallout 76 is a meticulous survival sim interspersed with action and is best played with friends.Assassin's Creed: Odyssey Review, The Achilles of GamesTake a journey through ancient Greek History with our review of Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed: Odyssey.Battlefield V Open Beta: Everything You Need To KnowEA DICE unleashes Battlefield V open beta starting September 4, are you ready?Vampyr Review: Bloody RareVampyr is a refreshingly rare game with a clever story and amazing in-depth social mechanics, but doesn't offer much long-term replayability.Final Fantasy XV ReviewWe take a look at Final Fantasy XV, lets see what the title from Square Enix has achieved!SuperData Analyst Interview on Call of Duty: WWII SuccessCall of Duty WWII is a triumphant return to form, and we talk to analyst firm SuperData for more insightsThe Evil Within 2 Review: Nightmares and HellscapesTango Gameworks defends their title as the masters of horror with this harrowing, visceral jaunt into hell itself.South Park: The Fractured But Whole ReviewFractured But Whole feels genuinely like a hilarious, interactive episode of South Park.Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle ReviewUbisoft crafts a whimsical, fun, and challenging strategy for the Nintendo Switch. Here's our verdict.Xbox's next system-seller may be an early access titanSnagging exclusivity rights for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds may pay off big time for Microsoft's Xbox division.Tekken 7 Review: King of the Iron FistTekken 7 smashes our expectations of what a fighting game can be, but drops the ball in content.The Surge Review - Burnt OutThe Surge has potential, but its weighed down by clunky awkwardness that frustrates rather than delights.Prey Review: Dark Stars, Darker ThoughtsPrey is Arkane's twisted mind-bending magnum opus, and here's every reason you should buy this game ASAP.Interview: Is Nintendo Switch ready for eSports?Is the Nintendo Switch ready for online gaming and eSports? Bill Mooney from mobile eSports platform Skillz answers.Outlast II Review: Be careful little eyes what you seeRed Barrels creates one of the most haunting, terrifying, and truly creative horror games in existence.Mass Effect: Andromeda Review: Falling StarsBioWare should've delayed this game, and it's clearly half-finished. Here's our full review of Mass Effect: Andromeda.