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Review: Alpha Protocol

Hi there. Strange times, huh? Hope you’re all keeping safe. Well anyway, we keep plugging away with new content, and in today’s review I return to Obsidian’s ‘Espionage RPG’ Alpha Protocol.

20(-ish) years of the PS2

I’ve seen a few people mention that this week was the 20th anniversary of the PlayStation 2, which seemed a little early to me (this week was also the 20th anniversary of my wife and I getting together, and the two didn’t seem to quite add up) until I realised it was a reference to […]

Review: Jazz Jackrabbit

Hi there. We’re going back to 1994 for some DOS-based platforming action today in our review of Jazz Jackrabbit.

Review: Need for Speed: ProStreet

Hello! Happy New Year to you all. This is one I was sure I would have time to fit in at the end of 2019, but it’ll have to be our first review of 2020 instead. Filling a long-standing gap in our coverage of the Need for Speed series, here’s a look at Need for […]

Review: Test Drive Unlimited 2

Hello! I hope you’re all well. Somehow it’s December already – I know, right? Well, to take your mind off the cold and dark winter season, here’s a review of a game about hanging around in sunnier climes: it’s Test Drive Unlimited 2.

Implanted memories and a four year lifespan

A bit late to this, as usual, but as it’s now November 2019, it seems like as good a time as any to mention that Blade Runner is now supported by ScummVM. Until recently, the game was technically playable on 64-bit Windows, and I personally found the jiggery-pokery here sufficient to get things up and running […]

Review: UEFA Champions League: Season 2001/2002

Hi everyone. Great news for our legion of football game loving readers – it’s another old football game review! This time, we’re taking a look at UEFA Champions League: Season 2001/2002. And, of course, this means a change to the standings in the FFG Football League.

Review: A Golden Wake

Hi there. Here’s a funny thing: I usually feel bad if we go a while without posting a review. Now I feel bad that it’s been a few reviews in a row. Basically, I just feel bad about everything all the time. Today we’re looking at a comparatively modern adventure: A Golden Wake.

Review: Olympic Soccer

Hello there! Football is a thing that some people like. Some other people, less so. Here’s a review of a game called Olympic Soccer.

Review: Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse

Hi there. Hope you’re having a good summer. The rusty old reviewing machine cranks into life again, as we take a look at the latest in the Broken Sword series, The Serpent’s Curse.