Pure Xbox Game Club October 2022: Immortality


Want to enhance your Xbox Game Pass experience? Join the official Pure Xbox Game Club!

We can’t give any credit to the staff for that – the PX Game Club is the brainchild of ralphdibny and the rest of the contributors to the Pure Xbox forums, who have created a community that comes together monthly to play a game on Xbox Game Pass and share their experiences. Games are voted on monthly by the contributors involved.

The October 2022 game is Immortality, which is available on Xbox Series X, Series S, PC, and via Xbox Cloud Gaming. It was released in August and received a rare 10/10 here on Pure Xbox!

Below is the forum thread to get involved (it has over 2000 entries so far!):

If you’re interested in the type of discussion going on, here’s what a few contributors had to say about last month’s Pure Xbox Game Club title, Immortals Fenyx Rising:

“Immortals was, I think, unfairly compared to BoTW, and perhaps alienated many gamers, as reviewers declared that Ubi title to be ‘lower quality BoTW’. But no! This one is a great game. It reminded me of a time long gone when a much younger version of me thought Ubi couldn’t do any wrong, with all their Splinter Cell and Rayman games (oh boy, I was so naive) So I would describe Immortals more as a fun take on the Assassin’s Creed formula than a BoTW clone.”

“You can’t have an open-world game that talks about exploration if you’re limited by your powers. This is where Assassin’s Creed and Breath of the Wild formulas clash and end up making the experience worse. There are no excuses you can make up to defend this (like the game telling you what powers you need in an area) this shouldn’t happen in the game at all. It’s so simple. If you’re going to create a BotW clone, then do it right!”

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