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Review: The Blackwell Convergence

Hello there! Recently we’ve been taking a look back at Wadjet Eye’s Blackwell series. Today we’re covering the third game, The Blackwell Convergence.

Review: Blackwell Unbound

Hi everyone, We’re continuing our look at the Blackwell series with tonight’s review, of Blackwell Unbound.

Review: The Blackwell Legacy

Hi there everyone. Hot on the heels of Stoo’s decision to revisit the Sierra adventures of old, today we’re looking at something rather more recent. Wadjet Eye have led something of a revival of the point and click genre in recent years: here’s a look at the first instalment of their Blackwell series, The Blackwell […]

Review: Fahrenheit (Indigo Prophecy)

Hi there. Today’s review is of Quantic Dream’s 2005 adventure, Fahrenheit (released as Indigo Prophecy in the US). Hope you like it.

Review: Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit

Hello there. As regular readers of this site – if, indeed, any exist – will know, my contributions to FFG these days are likely to either be of a sports game or a Need for Speed title. And as England are doing so well in a major international tournament, I thought now would be a […]

Review: PGA Tour Golf 486

Hi there. We’re looking at golf today, with Electronic Arts’ PGA Tour Golf 486.

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.