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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.

Gamestyle Early Access – Goodbye 2014 A Year of Growth


Sorry for the longer than usual video, but Bradley wanted to fill you in on what an amazing year this has been for Gamestyle. From where we were at the start of 2014 with 3 writers doing what they could, to a team of dedicated staff who produce a ton on content. We cannot thank you all enough, so please ... Read More »

UPDATE #1 – Sony leave Pockets Out of Pocket!


It recently came to Gamestyle’s attention that once again a PSN user has been hacked and had stuff purchased against their account.  This should be a simple case of reporting it, getting the content bought revoked and finally refunded the funds stolen, right? Well not if you are a Playstation User. UPDATE #1 Pockets had a phone conversation with Sony’s ... Read More »

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Review


Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris may sound like the latest in a set of fan fiction books for the latest teen fad, but it is if anything the better of the Tomb Raider games in the last few years. Tomb Raider was an excellent reboot of the mainline Lara games, but there are a few fans of the ... Read More »

Gamestyle Live – 10th December 2014


We have a guest. A special guest who is surely a bit more professional than Bradley and Steve. We welcome Gametrailers’ own host of The Final Bosman – Kyle Bosman As always, you can watch below. Or, new to Gamestyle…If you want audio only, here is the Soundcloud link. We’d love to hear you feedback, so either leave them in ... Read More »

WWE 2K15 Review


Wrestling, it is a pantomime, a wonderfully over the top opera. As much as you can claim to be too old for it, you cannot help but become engrossed when it is on. The Attitude Era in particular was just amazing and the games that supported it were the best quality also. Since then, not so much. However WWE 2K15 ... 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 »

Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix Review


We have to admit that we are huge fans of Kingdom Hearts at Gamestyle. The original release on the PS2 was something of a wonder. In the days before we were living on internet forums, the source for information came from magazines and it was very rare you knew everything about a game ahead of release. So Kingdom Hearts was ... Read More »

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Review


Ask us what our favourite XBLA game was. No go on, ask us. It was and still is Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2. It can still put many new released to shame, both in performance and just how enjoyable it is to play.  First off it is 1080p and solid 60fps, yet it plays amazingly well. The core mechanics are ... Read More »

Gamestyle Live – 3rd December 2014


Gamestyle live is back as Steve and Bradley are joined by returning Gamestyle Alumni Andrew. Discussion was meant to be based around celebrating Sony’s 20 Years of Playstation. However it became something different in the end. The conversation branches off a fair amount as we talk about Saturn, Dreamcast, Gamecube, Vita and much much more. Also we have some big ... Read More »

Little Big Planet 3 Review

Little Big Planet 3

Sony have tried to get a mascot that can match that of SEGA and Nintendo ever since they stepped into the console market. Jak, Daxter, Ratchet, Clank, Crash and more. All of those are good characters but none as iconic for Sony as Mario and Sonic are to their companies. When they introduced Little Big Planet on the PS3, Sackboy ... Read More »

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