Adventures in scumbaggery, not with a reader but our own team. (We’re awful)
We look back at all the greatest moments from this classic Spectrum adventure. How many of the following bits do you remember?
Sonic Team takes a look at the Saturn’s limitations and decides to systematically smash them.
If there’s one thing that we can be truly thankful for, it’s the fact that gaming enjoys – by and large – a global market now
How good is the other side of that C64 head alignment tape? Let’s find out…
Retrobate Mark Howlett looks back at Mastertronic’s arcade adventure
A cartoon caper that does an admirable job of representing its source material
Retrobate Nostromo is here with a look back at this PC adventure
There’s a reason that nobody remembers Eidetic as “the Bubsy 3D guys” – and that’s because they did something far more impressive…
Darran Jones takes a look back at Sonic’s first proper 3D game.
Spellcasting: F, R, U, S, T, R, A…
Arriving in the wake of the late Nineties stealth boom, Headhunter was one of the last hurrahs for the Dreamcast. Find out if it lived up to expectations…
Darran returns to this innovative survival horror game.
We didn’t learn much from this BBC Micro educational adventure…
Johnny Marr recalls how great it felt to take control of a proper fire-breathing dragon.
Douglas Adams’ painfully satirical text adventure has its forms rubber-stamped by Retrobate ncf1.
Why Naughty Dog’s epic game is probably the best you’ll ever play. Warning, spoilers included.
Given the time of year, here’s a treat: a game about a bunny by a man named Easter.
Snake Eater is one of the best Metal Gear Solid games around. Don’t believe us? Then read on.
We go back to one of the greatest Eighties homages of all time.
We take a look at one of the most enchanting games you’re ever likely to play.
Discover why Capcom’s sequel is the best game in the Onimusha series.
Discover how Retro Studios turned Metroid Prime into one of the best first-person adventures of all time.
Was Yu Suzuki’s expensive epic worth the hype? Ryan McNeilly thinks so.
A little behind the scenes insight into Ocean’s fun shooter.
Dizzy may look cute, but this is one tough game.
Ultimate made superb isometric adventure games on the Amstrad. Here’s one of the best.
Stuart Hunt returns to this quirky French Amstrad release.
An interesting take on the point-and-click adventures of old.
The demon from Ghosts N Goblins gets to star in his very own game.
We take a look back at this fun little adventure from the Oliver twins.
Another terrible game from LJN based on a popular film licence.
Is this truly one of the worst games of all time? We think it is.
Find out what happened when Nintendo split Link into four
We explain why everyone should play Nintendo’s GBA reboot of its classic NES game
How Rockstar made the Wild West cool again
Relatively unknown, this fantastic Spanish game from Opera Software and the genius of Paco Menendez recreates in a masterful way the novel by Umberto Eco "The Name of the Rose" pushing the Amstrad CPC to its limit…
This game is such a mis-match of nonesense and awesome I’m really not sure if I love or loathe it.
Berzerk was one of those iconic arcade titles before it hit the Atari 2600 in August 1982…
How Capcom redefined the action adventure with Dante’s third adventure