Retro City Rampage Review (PS3 / PS Vita)

Starting life a long, long time ago as Grand Theftendo, an 8 bit remake of Grand Theft Auto 3, Retro City Rampage has changed and developed into a parody of both gaming and popular culture from the eighties and nineties. Developed by an incredibly small team, the fact it exists at all is an example of the fighting spirit taken from the bedroom coders of old.

Brad & John’s Game Reviews – 25th September 2015

Brad and John take a look at and review the charts and releases for week ending 25th September (Friday).  Listen on Soundcloud It is a quick look at the charts and including a long dissection of Pro Evolution Soccer 2015, which spills over into further discussion of how badly Konami is treating its customers. Then a …

Mafia II Review

It’s a tough time being a Mafia member, if you’re not getting shot at from a million different angles you’re picking up your drunken friends from the bar, selling cigarettes on street corners or robbing jewellery stores. Poor Vito Scaletta has a tough time ahead of him in Mafia II’s world of crime, murder and …

Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge review

Exotic aeroplanes and giant zeppelins which sport the skull and crossbones leave little doubt that the history revisionist’s pen has been at work here. Fanciful machinery, styled much like that of television’s classic Wild Wild West series, cultivates a vision of the 1930’s that is ripe for adventure. Grab the bomber jacket, and get ready to relive the heyday of ‘big air’ piracy – as a swashbuckling barnstormer in Crimson Skies!