• Dancing Stage Fusion Review

    Time to get back on the dance floor with the latest in Konami's Dancing Stage series

    Posted 2005-02-02T19:35:04Z by Gareth Clark

  • MechAssault 2: Lone Wolf Review

    Does MechAssault 2 deliver more than a run of the mill sequel? Jack into a review to find out.

    Posted 2005-01-26T03:20:37Z by Tom Orry

  • Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Review

    Can Mario come up trumps once again in this sequel to an underappreciated N64 gem?

    Posted 2005-01-20T22:41:40Z by Gareth Clark

  • Metal Slug Advance Review

    Metal Slug finds its way onto the GameBoy Advance, but can it capture what made the arcade games such classics

    Posted 2005-01-20T02:50:00Z by Stephen Carvell

  • Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War Review

    Our rather belated review for the first truly great game based on the Warhammer universe

    Posted 2005-01-14T01:23:55Z by Stephen Carvell

  • The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures Review

    Nintendo's latest adventure is intended to be both a Zelda game and a multiplayer experience. Will it deliver on both counts?

    Posted 2005-01-09T23:09:41Z by Keza MacDonald

  • Vampire - The Masquerade: Bloodlines Review

    Bloody good fun, or a bloody mess? Troika manage to fit them both, with the most compelling RPG experience of the last 12 months

    Posted 2005-01-05T22:21:51Z by Iain McCafferty

  • Outrun 2 Review

    How does the much loved arcade racer translate to the the home? Come on a ride with us to find out

    Posted 2004-12-24T00:15:44Z by Stephen Carvell

  • The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap Review

    The first new 2D Zelda in years reviewed for your pleasure. Does Link still have what it takes?

    Posted 2004-12-23T03:02:32Z by Stephen Carvell

  • Kirby and the Amazing Mirror Review

    Kirby is back doing what he does best. Can his latest adventure live up to his great days of old?

    Posted 2004-12-23T03:02:28Z by Stephen Carvell