Watch the entire 97-minute DVD given away free with the July 2006 issue of ONM, complete with commentary and anecdotes from yer man Scullion, who was staff writer at the time.
Reader feedback is great, but sometimes that feedback makes us want to scream into someone’s face. Here are some of the most common (and annoying) offenders.
It’s finally time: my book is here! Find out everything you need to know about it, and where you can get it.
After the CD-I gave us a gem last episode, could it possibly do it again? This fairground shooter would like to think so.
Is this 1992 CD-I tennis game as shite as it looks? Yer man Scullion finds out.
The funkiest aliens in the entire galaxy are finally back: but should they have stayed in the past? Yer man Scullion cautiously says hello again to two of his childhood favourites.
This little dongle lets you play GameCube games on modern TVs through an HDMI cable, but is it worth the asking price? Here’s yer man Scullion’s verdict, plus a whole load of footage.
Welcome to the launch of Game Club, a new community for gamers to play through retro games together. First up is the black sheep in the Zelda family, but one that’s massively rewarding if you stick with it.
Seven more games come under yer man Scullion’s microscope, including one obscenely addictive one.
What’s going to happen in the upcoming Super Mario movie by Despicable Me studio Illumination? Yer man Scullion has a few ideas.