Snake Eater is one of the best Metal Gear Solid games around. Don’t believe us? Then read on.
As Nintendo prepares to unleash a sequel, we go back to the fantastic original.
We revisit this quirkly little puzzler for the Game Boy Advance.
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.
Donkey Kong’s latest adventure is out, but is it any good? Only one way to find out.
This cel-shaded RPG is one of the best around for Sony’s console. Don’t believe us? Then read on.
Discover why EA’s stunning survival horror game is still going to be played in years to come.
Bart Van Hoey is rather excited about his favourite NES game.
Was it comic book gold when Spider-Man and the X-Men teamed together? Only one way to find out.
Ryan McNeilly explains why you really should take this Michael Jackson game for a whirl.
Released when Michael Jackson was the biggest icon in music, Moonwalker (based on the strange, self indulgent movie of the same name) was released for the Mega Drive in 1990
Was Yu Suzuki’s expensive epic worth the hype? Ryan McNeilly thinks so.
WrestleMania: The Arcade Game for the Mega Drive has the rare distinction of being a better arcade port than the SNES version of the same game
Ryan McNeilly examines one of EA’s most inventive games.
Ryan McNeilly kicks off the Sega love with a tribute to this forgotten platform hero.
The Nintendo 64 is still the console of choice for wrestling fans
A little behind the scenes insight into Ocean’s fun shooter.
Pac-Man grows up in this fun and occassionally frustrating platformer.
Was Capcom’s fighter an awesome beat-’em-up or a milked cash cow. Ryan McNeilly thinks it was both.
Martin Hinson explains why Destruction Derby still has what it takes to be a fun racer.
If you’ve not played Kirby’s Adventure on the NES then you’ve missed out on one of the best games in the entire NES library
A lot of people think Super Mario Sunshine is one of the worst Mario games. A lot of people are wrong.
Find out if Nintendo and indieszero’s remix of classic NES games hits the sweet spot.
Get some first-person boxing with this fun game from Accolade.
An interesting take on the point-and-click adventures of old.
A game about Ronald McDonald? Surely it must be rubbish? Don’t be silly, it’s by Treasure.
Paul Staddon explains why Rage Racer is one of the best games in the Ridge Racer series.
Sony’s PS4 exclusive certainly looks pretty, but is it the PS4 saviour that many are claiming it to be. Darran Jones gets trigger happy.
The Marathon Trilogy line of titles were among the greatest in First Person Shooting history, introducing (and popularising) many of the concepts we now take for granted.
A single player World War II based game where you command a B-17 Bomber. The object of the game is to earn points by bombing targets displayed on a map that represented continental Europe and the surrounding seas.
Probably one of the most unsung video games ever created, on its host hardware, Deadly Discs is still a maddeningly addictive experience…
My friend Matt had Dragon Trek on the Dragon, and much as I liked to make fun of him for owning such a stupid computer, Dragon Trek was a pretty good game.
Turbo OutRun on the FM Towns Marty is an interesting release which, when compared to Amiga and Atari ST versions, illustrates differing approaches to home conversions in the late Eighties.
A rare game on an obscure system, Zenki is an anime licensed fighting game that resembles the Saturn classic Guardian Heroes. Does it justify its high price?
Find out why the Oric community loves this frantic shoot-’em-up.
Darran Jones explains why, 25 years after its original release, he still adores Sega’s classic fantasy brawler.
This Party game gives you the choice of 8 different Dinos to compete against each other in minigames spanning 4 worlds…
I love Toy Story. It is my favourite film of all-time. From watching it as a small kid I have always had a place in my heart for it and it’s video-games no matter how good or bad. So in 2001 when Toy Story Racer was released I was perplexed to say the least.
This cute little one screen spectrum game has often been classed as ‘educational’ software, and to be honest I can’t see why