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Rock Boshers DX: Directors Cut Review


From the moment the game starts to  load, Rock Boshers DX: Directors Cut will make the old gamers will fondly remember the ZX Spectrum smile from ear to ear. With a loading screen directly lifted from what must be the only computer that also doubled as a competent door stop, the memories will soon come flooding back and a warm glow ... Read More »

Aqua Kitty: Milk Mine Defender Review


The are at times games that are difficult to review. This can be because the content is controversial and requires some considered thought, other times you may want to avoid any spoilers, or game is bad, so you need to be careful with how you critique said game. None of those are the case for Aqua Kitty though, the issue ... Read More »

Minutes Review


Time has weird properties. Time spent at work can drag. Time spent waiting for something exciting to happen can feel like an eternity, and subsequently pass by in the blink of an eye. Throughout all this, time never lies – no matter how fast or slow it feels to you, its inexorable march forward is steady and consistent. A minute ... Read More »

Nidhogg Review


Almost exhausted after battling for so long, I am now at the final area. I must be the one to be sacrificed. Momentum is with me, but my opponent stares at me without emotion. The arena music drowns out my thoughts, but I wonder if I can hear the cheering crowd in the adjoining area. I am distracted, and suddenly ... Read More »

Tales of Hearts R Review


The Playstation Vita. Cast aside by so many, the unwanted Christmas pet left to wander the streets. Luckily there are those who look at the handheld’s big soppy eyes and fall in love and are happy to give the delightful package of wonder a loving home. It in turn rewards those who do, as it becomes home to ‘Indies’ and ... Read More »

Jet Car Stunts Review


Jet Car Stunts. A car with a jet strapped to it, in which stunts are performed. Reminiscent of other automotive platformers like Gripshift and Trackmania, this port of a hugely popular iOS title has been given a lick of paint and access to traditional controls on PlayStation3 and Vita. Platforming mode is given top billing with a simple premise – ... Read More »

Race The Sun Review


There are some games that just seem to grab you instantly and Race The Sun is one of those. From the moment we laid eyes on it, it has been on our radar and now it is finally here. It is no surprise to learn that Gamestyle are big fans of Indie titles it is the one reason we are ... Read More »

Don’t Die, Mr Robot! Review


One of life’s lessons is that we should never judge a book by its cover and in the case of Don’t Die, Mr Robot that is certainly a very apt saying.  At first glance Don’t Die, Mr Robot looks like a student project, it looks like a game that will have poor controls, be clunky as hell and has little ... Read More »

Murasaki Baby Review


Being a baby must be terrifying. Walking is difficult, everything is massive, and while you don’t know it yet – everything is dangerous. My daughter managed to bump her head recently after an altercation with – of all things – a cushion. At that moment all hell breaks loose, but turning to mummy will resolve all problems, guaranteed – or ... Read More »

Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed Review


Akihabara is a unique place. Located in Tokyo’s Chiyoda prefecture, what was once nicknamed Electric Town after its prevalence of electronic goods shops is now a hive for otaku culture quite unlike anywhere else on Earth. It’s the place to get everything geeky that you ever wanted, as well as soaking up a unique atmosphere from another world not quite ... Read More »

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