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Bradley has been part of the Gamestyle team since 2010 and has become a regular reviewer for the site. His passion is for Ice Hockey, both virtual and in the real world. That doesn't mean he is a one dimensional gamer, he'll pretty much play anything he gets his hands on.

Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Review


Back in 1997 a new character was born. His name was Abe and he would soon become a cult icon for many. His game Abe’s Oddyssey became somewhat of a cult hit too. A puzzle platformer that had a story smothered in satire. In fact, a lot of the story still holds true in today’s world 17 years later. We ... Read More »

Rogue Legacy Review


Ports! Some see it as a derogatory term with regards to games that are coming to consoles. The idea that games that have been on PC for a while now, are finally coming to console owners is in some way negative. We at Gamestyle aren’t in that camp, we love that many great games, once only available for PC owners ... Read More »

Crimsonland Review


Do you remember Crimsonland the 2003 game? Probably not, but you’d be forgiven as not many will, however that hasn’t stopped a remake arriving on PC and PS4 in 2014. Crimsonland is a top down 2D Arena Shooter with RPG elements, which may also remind you of I MAED A GAM3 W1TH Z0MBIES 1N IT!!!1 which found critical and commercial success ... Read More »

Mousecraft Review


Tetris was and still is a magnificent puzzler. Lemmings is up there as an all time classic. So what do you get when you send them both off to a hotel for a romantic weekend? Well nine months later you get Mousecraft a new puzzle game from developers Crunching Koalas. The game itself is more Lemmings than Tetris, with the ... Read More »

Blue Estate Review


Remember the days of Time Crisis on the PS1? Using the Guncon, playing on-rails shooters, just like you did in the arcade, but in your own home? Well those games sort of dried up over the last few years, with only half-hearted Kinect games attempting to bring them back, to varying degrees of success. Step forward Viktor Kalvachev’s Blue Estate, ... Read More »

GRID Autosport Review


We at Gamestyle are huge fans of the TOCA series, we’ve made no bones about that. In fact one of our all time favourite racers still has to be TOCA Touring Car Championship. Through the Race Driver and then GRID versions of Codemasters’ famous series the structure has kind of been lost, but the games themselves were still a delight ... Read More »

MotoGP 14 Review


The PS4 hasn’t exactly been awash with racers since its release in November. We have had Need For Speed Rivals and… Well that’s it. Driveclub is coming, but has been delayed and there is the upcoming Project Cars too, but for petrol heads the genre has been rather empty the past few months. Step in Milestone and MotoGP 14 and ... Read More »

Codemasters Release New GRID AUTOSPORT Open-Wheel Video


Wednesday 4th June (2pm UK) – Today Codemasters® revealed a new video showcasing the Open-Wheel racing discipline, one of the five unique styles of racing set to star in the game’s new world of professional motorsport, now playing below In the video, gameplay footage of GRID Autosport’s Open-Wheel racing discipline reveals purpose-built racing thoroughbreds going wheel-to-wheel in events where racing with precision ... Read More »

Murdered: Soul Suspect Review

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We’ll admit, we have been intrigued by Murdered: Soul Suspect since it was first revealed. A new IP that looks like trying to mix genres is always going to be risky, but can this be a new cult classic, or will it find itself a victim? Players take on the role of Ronan O’Connor, a former criminal turned cop, who ... Read More »

PlusCast June 2014


The PlusCast is a monthly podcast by rllmuk members talking about the Instant Games Collection provided by Sony as part of their PSPlus subscription service. Every month, rllmuk members talk about the games that have been available that month and the games available next month on the service. Listen in to hear about the games that you have been playing ... Read More »

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