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Review: L.A. Noire – Mistakes get made, but you deal with them

Hi there. It’s been a while since we had what my friend and colleague might call ‘proper’ content. But here we have a review, of a relatively recent game, Rockstar’s L.A. Noire.

You live too close to the edge!

Hi there. We have DOS-based kart racing for you tonight, with Wacky Wheels from Apogee.

And the bowlers have declared duck-hunting season

Hi there everyone. Welcome to A Force for Good, where phrases like, “we’ll cover it one day” could mean a wait of several days, weeks, months or years for a planned review to materialise. Anyway, tonight’s game is Cricket 96.

It only takes one match

Hi there. Football, football, football – when will it ever end? Well, in today’s review, we do have an ending, of sorts, as far as this particular series goes. Here’s a look back at Pro Evolution Soccer 2010.

He’s nothing but a show-boating loser

Hi there. We’re back with the Need for Speed series tonight, in our review of Need for Speed: Underground 2.

Fast. Fluent. Football. Festival.

Hi there. Season’s greetings to you all. Today we’re looking at the forerunner to our much-loved footy favourite of the 90s, Puma World Football. Here’s our review of Action Soccer.

Les grandes équipes…the champions

Hi there. Our ongoing mission to rake through the bins of retro football gaming history continues tonight with a look at a Champions League tie-in from Krisalis.

No-one can move, move, move, like the Red Tribe do

Hello. It’s a return to retro football action with today’s review, of Manchester United: The Double. Warning: contains the embittered ramblings of a Leeds United fan.

Hot action cop

Hi there. Today’s review is of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2. Featuring the origins of the phrase ‘road trousers’, and for some reason a world record number of links to other reviews of racing games on the site. See you next time!

Through faith, your afflictions are banished

Hi there. It’s been a bit quiet on the reviews front recently, but I’ve been quietly chugging my way through this one for a while. Some 10 years after Stoo speculated that I might one day play an Elder Scrolls game, we have a look at The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.