Superfrog HD Review

Superfrog may not be the most well known game from Team 17, overshadowed perhaps by the Worms series, but for those who played, it was a solid and challenging platformer. Our green caped hero is back and this time in HD.

Games are Games

Something has been bothering me of late and it has a lot to do with games that have just been released and those that are coming soon to various consoles. The games themselves are fine, but the reactions to those games get under my skin somewhat. There seems to a fairly decent sized group who …

Rayman Legends Review

Rayman is back, which can mean one of two things. Either another spin off with annoying Rabbid type things. Or some more platforming greatness. Luckily it is the latter of the two. Rayman Legends hopes to be everything Origins was and more.  When Gamestyle finished Rayman Origins, we were left wanting more it was an …

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 …

Amiibo Fever

“Amiibo” is a word that is getting pretty close to being banned in our household. For some of you this new Nintendo Skylander-Infinity style may have passed you by until now, yet for others it has become an obsession. November 2014 saw the launch of the first wave of Amiibos – small plastic Nintendo figures …

Retrospective – The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

I was a meager seven years of age when I was innocently and abruptly cast adrift on a turbulent alien ocean, bestraddling the deck of my modest vessel and bracing for inevitable calamity. As an almighty flash of fork lightning struck the mast, everything faded into white.   This inauspicious beginning was without doubt a pivotal moment in …

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 Sisters Generation Review

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 Sisters Generation is the most absurdly-monikered game I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing. A portable remake-of-sorts of 2012’s PS3 release, Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2, Sisters Generation takes place in a blue-skied future populated by robot girls, talking mice and wilful misuse of acronyms. The game vomits sound and colour at you in such …