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The Best Sandbox Game of All Time (Is From The PS2-era)

Free-roaming sandbox-style games come in all shapes and sizes, and there’s no denying the biggest and best-known developer of the go-anywhere, do-anything chaos simulator is Rockstar. Whether they set you down in the middle of a modern-day city the size of New York or Los Angeles in Grand Theft Auto, a private prep school in […]

Six More Absurdly Difficult D&D Adventures (That Are Not Tomb of Horrors)

Before I get started, I have just one thing to say: you’re a bunch of sadists. All of you. I compiled a list of half a dozen of the deadliest old school Dungeons & Dragons adventures to ever see print, and you not only ate it up but shared it with your buddies and gave it […]

Super Mario Run Android

Super Mario Run Android Running Game Review, Meets Sonic the Hedgehog

Android owners have often complained that they don’t get the “big name” releases like iPhone does. Well, while that is often true, the truer statement is that iPhone gets those big-name releases first. Super Mario Run is no exception. iPhone gamers have been playing this game since December. Android users just got it a few […]

ST Update 'Pilot Issue', Spring (March) 1987

A Blast from the past – Atari ST Style

The past few years have seen many notable 30th anniversary celebrations in the retro computing/gaming community–from the birthdays of the humble but seminal Sinclair ZX81 and the ever-popular ZX Spectrum via the versatile BBC Micro to those mighty 16/32 bit beasts, the Atari ST, and Commodore Amiga. This month it’s the turn of the once-popular, […]

Versus Mode: Bad Dudes vs. Vigilante

Superheroes. Countless video games have been created to allow an average Joe to take the form of a superhero and save the universe. Don the cape, strap on the suit, or get really super pissed and suddenly you become invincible. But what about the unlikely heroes? The fat little plumbers. The boys and their blobs. […]

1942 Mobile

1942 Mobile Review on Android

Capcom has painted itself into a corner with its mobile releases. Thanks to some shoddy porting work on the Mega Man series recently, most gamers are wary of Capcom games on Android and iPhone. For good reason, too; those ports are quite bad. So bad, in fact, that we didn’t even review them here on […]

Feud Retrospective

One of the things about retro gaming is that you can sometimes look back at a title from your youth, and realise that actually nothing has ever quite bettered it. This is true of Mastertronic’s classic game Feud, developed by The Pickford Brothers. Released way back in 1987, it’s still a very much loved part […]

The Italian Job Retrospective

When I got my hands on an ultra-cheap second-hand PlayStation One a few years ago, one of the first games I tried out was The Italian Job. I’m not a huge fan of the film (it certainly has its moments, but overall it didn’t think it was that great), but it seemed that this conversion […]

Hot Potato! Retrospective

Hot Potato! for the Game Boy Advance is a mad little action puzzle game that should please almost any gamer–for a while at least. The premise is simple enough. You have a tray or something (I bought the game for £3 second-hand and had no manual with it) of hot potatoes in two rows of three. […]

E-Motion Retrospective

“Ye cannae change the laws of physics, Jim!” Well that may be so, but in this game, it’s all about the electrons. Push ones of the same colour together and they disappear; different colours clashing creates new electrons of another shade. There’s a bit more to it than this, but that’s the basic idea. And […]


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