I’m Kinglink and it’s April, so it’s time to look at the Game Pass April 2022 Review.
Let me start by saying these images are a bit of a lie, or at the very least incomplete. These are the official list of games coming out from Microsoft. The problem is it doesn’t show the full number of games we’re going to be talking about, since they don’t appear on the images. Which includes the first title that’s going to be shown.
I’m torn on this. Getting more games is of course better, but the games that appear as a surprise make it hard to track what’s out on the service and what’s coming up. Though the fact that it means you have more of a reason to check out this video and the rest of my catalog is good for me at least. Still, the choices are great this month, though they do seem to focus on a certain type of game.
The response last month was positive so we’ll be continuing with a nice audio selection at the beginning of every game, hope you enjoy it.
Finally, the rules, I spend an evening with every game on this list, sometimes more than one, and now I’m here to tell you what I think of them, and who should check them out. Let’s get started with the game on the screen and a surprise release.
I’m Kinglink and it’s the second week of March so here’s the March 2022 Game Pass Review.
This month we have a smaller selection, but there are a couple of massive titles here which are worthy of your attention, at the same time, there is some variety between the Xbox and PC, as well as some cloud-only titles. There were also a couple of surprise releases not on these lists.
I’ve already reviewed the Mass Effect Legendary Edition, not once but twice this year already, and it’s only March, it’s the best way to play that series. However, it’s not radically new, so if you have played previously, it’s just the standard game. Lawn Mowing Simulator has been delayed for the Xbox One so that is incorrect, but I reviewed it recently, and I enjoyed it as a simulator. Finally, I don’t have anything to say about Super Mega Baseball 3, it was released 2 years ago already, but I did work on a competitor to it, and haven’t played it so we’ll leave that there.
But as normal I play all the titles on PC, and I’ll tell you what I think after a few hours of each, how the game is, who is it for, and who will enjoy them. I’m also going to add in a little audio from the games to give you a flavor of them, it’s an experiment so let’s see how it goes.
Let’s just get started so you can see how it works, and we’ll start with what I thought was the biggest game this month…
I’m Kinglink and it’s a couple of weeks into the new year so it’s time for the Game Pass January 2022 video. 2022, 2021… Ugh, not this again. 2022.. Ok, let’s do it.
This month we had 19 titles released, and while it’s a smaller month than December, I mean what month is going to live up to Halo Infinite, it’s still packed with games, and I found many more of the titles interesting and completed quite a few already.
At the same time there was massive news last week that may change Game Pass, but before we get there, let’s focus on this month first. We’ll start with…
I’m Kinglink and it’s time for the Game Pass December 2021 Review Part 2.
If you haven’t seen part 1, you can check the description, I’ll put a link there. There were 13 lovely games to discuss. I also talked about Game Pass dropping Xbox Game Pass for PC, but as I said, I mostly cover all the Game Pass games, and again, Among Us is great with friends. With that being said there are still 13 games to discuss and discover this month.
Before I begin, just a quick reminder, I now have a Discord Server, if you’re interested, check the link in the description or the pinned comment. Let’s get on with the games.
I’m Kinglink and welcome back. It’s almost the end of the year so it’s time to look at the Xbox Game Pass December 2021 Review…
Except wait… I normally play the Xbox Game Pass For PC, but that’s not a thing any more. The thing is I try to look at all the games for Game Pass, though I currently only play on PC, so I’m going to think about what to call this, but for this month, this is the PC Game Pass December 2021 Review, or just the Game Pass December 2021 Review take your pick.
The two services as of now are so similar, the only real difference this month was Among Us, which is extremely fun with others, considering it reviewed.
Also just a heads up, I have a discord server called The Roundtable, please check the description or the pinned comments for more details.
With all that said, once again there are just too many games for one video this month. So we are going to break this up once again because I don’t think anyone wants to hear me talking about games for forty minutes straight. 13 games this week, 13 games next week. So let’s see what the first half had on tap. Starting with.
I’m Kinglink and it’s sort of the middle of November, so it’s the Xbox Game Pass November 2021 Review.
Xbox has released eighteen games for PC over this span which is quite a lot, luckily it’s not so much that I had to split this video up, but I’m still having a great time with this selection and there have been some massive games this month as well. I’m sure some of you have heard of them.
But the thing is it’s the week before Thanksgiving and you know I always made these videos about the entire offering to see what I’m thankful for. It’s really easy to just say “Forza, Age of Empires” and call it a day. It certainly would make this process shorter, but the fact is I enjoy looking at the entire library, especially the indies. So let’s look at everything that came out for the PC on Xbox Game Pass for the past 30 days or so. Starting with…
I’m back, Kinglink here, and I’m doing Part 2 of the Xbox Game Pass October 2021 Review.
Part 1 is already on my channel, but don’t worry you don’t have to watch these videos in order. What happened was Xbox released 25 titles over the last month, and I’m showing both announcements on screen. We’ve covered the entire first image, but we’re going to have to power through the second because there are even more games not listed there. I’ve already reviewed 13 titles, so let’s look at the last 12 and talk about the best of the month. We have some of the heaviest hitters this month here as well. Let’s start with…
I’m Kinglink and it’s the middle of October, so let’s talk about the Xbox Game Pass October 2021 Review… Part One. Wait what’s that about?
On screens is the list of games, and like always I play all of them, every game that comes out on Xbox Game Pass. It’s been about a month since my last video, and how has Xbox done? Well, they’ve released 25 titles that I have to cover. That’s a lot, considering if I played one game each day, that’s almost the entire month, and that’s sort of what I did.
So I still want to cover them, but 25 titles, a minute a title is gonna be a huge video… so I’m doing the next best thing. I’m going to bring you 13 titles today, and the rest next week. I’ll still choose the best out of all 25, but we’re just going to break up the delivery… so let’s see which 13 titles made it onto the first half. Starting with.
The Artful Escape comes from Beethoven & Dinosaur, a brand-new studio led by Johnny Galvatron, a former musician. That musical background is useful as the Artful Escape has a huge focus on its main protagonist and his music.
The opening of The Artful Escape focuses on the main character, Francis Vendetti, preparing for a tribute show for his uncle, Johnny Vendetti, while standing on an overlook. While he tries to play folk songs, he seems unable to perform but releases an amazing space opera guitar solo. Clearly, there’s something yearning to be free.
This is hardly the first time a game has tackled the creative process. Games have talked about the creation of music, writing, movies, and even video games. But rather than wax on the topic insufferably, The Artful Escape instead uses the topic as a springboard for a larger story.
It’s the middle of September, so it’s time to look at the last month of Xbox Game Pass titles with the September 2021 review.
On-screen are images that Microsoft has released of their top games which we’ll be covering, but that’s not good enough for me. I’ve played everything released on the service for PC over the last month, and it’s time to talk about the good and the bad.
I’ve spent at least two to four hours with most of these games, so I should be able to give you a good overview of what is worth checking out and why. I hope you’re ready because we’re going to cover 19 games this month, and yeah, that’s a lot. Let’s get started with…