PS4, PC, Xbox One (PS4 version reviewed)
This review is available in both written and video form. The video version is below, the written version can be found underneath it.
While I personally think the video version is the best way to enjoy this review since it offers comparisons with the original game and other nifty wee tricks, the written version below offers a similar ‘script’ so you can choose either. Continue reading “Night Trap 25th Anniversary Edition ‘review’”
Capcom has released a playable demo of the Switch version of Monster Hunter XX on the Japanese eShop. Being a brave warrior, I decided to try it out and record my findings in video form for your benefit. Continue reading “Monster Hunter XX Switch demo hands-on video”
Earlier this week Nintendo answered our prayers and announced a successor to the NES Mini, this time dedicated to SNES games.
The Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System (or Super NES Classic Edition as it’ll be known in the US) will come with 21 classic SNES games installed.
Well, 20 games and one previously unreleased title: the mythical Star Fox 2.
Since all of these games are more than two decades old, there’s a chance younger readers may not be familiar with some of them, or have heard of them but never played or seen them in action.
My dear friend, I give to you my latest video epic, in the hope that it shall solve this very dilemma. Continue reading “Nintendo Classic Mini SNES – all 21 games explained”
Nintendo will be releasing the New 2DS XL on 13 July in Japan and 28 July in the US and Europe.
The latest member of the 3DS family, the New 2DS XL is the budget offering in the ‘New’ range, clocking in at £50 cheaper than the New 3DS XL.
But how does it look, and is it worth the money? Yer man Scullion will be giving a full written review next week, but until then here’s a 12-minute video of me unboxing it and pointing out some of the key good and bad points. Continue reading “New 2DS XL unboxing and first hands-on impressions video”
E3 week is slowly coming to an end, and while it may not have been the most dramatic in terms of big reveals it certainly clarified one thing: over the next 18 months we’ll be getting more great games than you can shake a Joy-Con at.
Of course, the main events during E3 week are the numerous press conferences, many of which I covered with podcast recaps. Most people are happy enough in the knowledge that if they watch every conference they’ll see the best of what E3 has to offer.
What you may not have realised, though, is that there are a wealth of other games at E3 that aren’t part of the conferences: either because they’re made by third-party publishers who aren’t showing presentations, or because they’re first-party games that for whatever reason have taken a back seat (sorry, Gran Turismo Sport). Continue reading “E3 2017 – The 45 trailers you may have missed”
The Philips CD-i is supposed to be one of the worst games consoles ever released.
That’s according to the vast majority of the gaming public, many of whom have never played a CD-i (only a million were sold, not much more than the Virtual Boy) but are happy to go along with the consensus.
Admittedly, I count myself as one of these people. I was never ‘fortunate’ enough to own a CD-i, but as someone with an odd love for bad games I’ve always been curious to get hold of one and see if it truly is as shite as is claimed.
I’m happy to announce I now own a CD-i, and am now ready to take that journey. Continue reading “The TOH Philips CD-i Adventure part 1”
It’s time for more gem-hunting goodness as I trawl through gaming’s forgotten releases in search of a hidden gem.
This time it’s American Chopper, an Xbox game published by Activision which is based on the Discovery Channel series of the same name.
As someone who’s never seen the show and doesn’t know the first thing about motorbikes my hopes aren’t high, but could it surprise me? Find out in the video. Continue reading “Gemhunter #9 – American Chopper”