Half-Life still holds up 20 years later, writes Callum Lunn
After 10 years, where are we now?
God of War first released onto the PlayStation 2 in March 2005. A lot has happened since then…
How well does Rayman’s second 3D adventure hold up to the first? Josh Goldie puts the two games side-by-side and see if this was a step in the right direction or not
Josh Goldie goes back in time and takes possession of a GameCube in order to bring you Geist, Nintendo’s unique answer to the first-person shooter genre
Marcus Winchester revisits a love-or-hate classic in Super Mario Sunshine
Tuan Dao plays the Toy Story spin-off about it’s smallest heroes
Bruce Tang recalls one of the most unusual and memorable games of his past.
Remembering TimeSplitters Future Perfect and its perfect blend of multiplayer mayhem and tongue-in-cheek humour
Tribes: Ascend doesn’t deserve to die, writes Callum Lunn
In Japan, a small consumer electronics company called Nintendo was having lots of success with their console the Famicom. Wanting to garner international success, they locked their sights on the USA
It has been 20 years since Pokémon first hit the shelves and to celebrate, Nintendo has re-released the games that started it all. But do they hold up today? Read on to find out.
Did Rayman make a successful attempt escaping from the world of 2D into 3D with Rayman 2: The Great Escape? Read on to find out
Josh Goldie looks back at an extremely difficult NES game, The Battle of Olympus. A game which tests your memory as much as it does your patience
Kris Coombes relives the early-noughties cult classic
Damien Trinh revisits a title that divided, and then united fans