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Speedball II: Brutal Deluxe (Amiga)

Speedball II: Brutal Deluxe review (AMIGA)

Reviewed on March 08, 2004

Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe is a future sports title that appeared on the Amiga back in 1990. Created by a UK based development team called the Bitmap Brothers it is a game that was a breath of fresh air at the time and still amazingly playable today. So much so that I believe a Game Boy Advance conversion is being planned for release in the very near future.
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Sensible Soccer (Amiga)

Sensible Soccer review (AMIGA)

Reviewed on March 08, 2004

It's 1992 and I'm round at a mates house. He owns an Amiga, but I do not care. I have given up on videogames for far nobler things (ie. Star Trek fandom). I lounge on his bed watching some rented videos of the latest Star Trek series Deep Space Nine. He looks restless. He boots up his Amiga and looks at me expectantly.
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Lemmings (Amiga)

Lemmings review (AMIGA)

Reviewed on March 08, 2004

Way, waaaaaaaaaaay back in the depths of time (well the late eighties-early nineties), playing Lemmings nearly took over my life. Took it over to such an extent that I came perilously close to failing first my GCSE's, and then my A'levels.
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James Pond II (Amiga)

James Pond II review (AMIGA)

Reviewed on March 08, 2004

There has been a long tradition of game heroes drawn from the animal kingdom over the years. Crash is a Bandicoot, Sonic is a Hedgehog, Gex is a Gecko and Jim is an Earthworm [a pedant writes: technically an earthworm is not an animal it's an Annelid]. Anyway, one of videogaming great ''lost'' animal heroes is James Pond the super spy fish. This small orange cod starred in a well received if rather uninspired platform game; James Pond at the end of the 1980's [another pedant writes: fish aren't ...
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Out of This World (Amiga)

Out of This World review (AMIGA)

Reviewed on March 08, 2004

If you are going to do bizarre experiments with your particle accelerator, then for goodness sake DON’T do them during a thunderstorm. It’s just asking for trouble. But sadly back in 1991 a ginger scientist called Lester ignored this sound advice and one dark and stormy night in his laboratory he falls victim to a terrible accident. While trying to reheat a Styrofoam cup of tea in the atom bombardment chamber a bolt of lightening strikes the lab. His tea super-heats and boils over, fusing the de...
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Command and Conquer: Renegade (PC)

Command and Conquer: Renegade review (PC)

Reviewed on March 07, 2004

The rush you experience from rushing squads of tanks and soldiers into an enemy base is a memorable one- just ask any Command & Conquer fan. Westwood’s renowned real-time strategy franchise has captivated gamers for a long time, even though the game was a little light on the “strategy” side. As other RTS games focused more on micro-management, complex formations and the like, Command & Conquer continued to deliver the fast-paced missions and entertaining cutscenes that made the s...
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Air Gallet (Arcade)

Air Gallet review (ARC)

Reviewed on March 05, 2004

When it comes to the wild and wacky world of shooters, few things are as much of a sure bet as the simple fact that you’ve probably seen it all before. It may look better or be better executed in some games, but true originality is hard to find because every good idea ever made has seemingly been replicated over and over again by companies in the hope of squeezing as much money out of the concept before it becomes as stale as old bread.
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EVE Burst Error (PC)

EVE Burst Error review (PC)

Reviewed on February 29, 2004

The strength of Eve Burst Error lies in how the pieces are assembled, revealing just enough to keep you excited without spoiling the surprises yet to come — and let me tell you, the writers really like to mess with your mind.
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Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon (PC)

Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon review (PC)

Reviewed on February 18, 2004

Broken Sword, the award winning series, finally makes a long-awaited return to the pc and a new generation of consoles alike. Revolution promised changes this time however and their claims haven’t gone unfulfilled. Scrapping the tried and tested interface of old, in favour of a bold new design, our old friends George and Nico return from their previous global adventures to thwart another worldwide disaster.
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Sim Golf (PC)

Sim Golf review (PC)

Reviewed on February 13, 2004

Spare me the responsibility of running an entire community that struggles with basic city troubles like dangerous crime, disgusting pollution, nuclear meltdowns and giant radioactive man-eating beasts crawling up the skyscrapers -- I'd much rather kick back with SimGolf, where my biggest objective is satisfying players with interesting holes, scenic views, and a variety of useful facilities. Buying a piece of land in the arid desert of Phoenix or tropical Hawaii provides its own sets of c...
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Air Duel (Arcade)

Air Duel review (ARC)

Reviewed on February 11, 2004

If you can count on one thing in the wild and wacky world of video games, it’s that if someone comes up with a good idea, other companies will attempt to cash in on it.
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Garou: Mark of the Wolves (Arcade)

Garou: Mark of the Wolves review (ARC)

Reviewed on February 11, 2004

SNK has always been the glorious underdog of fighting games. Due to being mostly arcade based, since the Neo Geo's success can be considered laughable at best, not many gamers were able to be exposed to SNK's impressive work. Since games such as Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat were produced to the more popular consoles, they got more recognition. But in my opinion, and most other fans of the Fighting genre, that's the only reason Street Fighter currently holds it's posistion at the top.
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Ace of Spades (PC)

Ace of Spades review (PC)

Reviewed on February 06, 2004

There's a casino-bar where all the big movers like Mr Sidewalker go, where the playboys about town don't have to bet money (or anything apparently) and where half the staff seem to be enslaved by the other half. Playboys who win at blackjack and poker are fed the slave staff for nasty bondage sex, and then can play their way through to having the dealers and hostesses as well. This is the big bright cheery world of Ace of Spades (AOS), a hentai game of no repute alternating simple, rapidf...
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Voyeur (Mac)

Voyeur review (MAC)

Reviewed on February 06, 2004

Preface -- Just like the game it describes, this review is recommended for Mature Audiences only (15+). Both game and review are unsuitable for younger gamers, and will bore and confuse younger gamers, so if that's you I'm just trying to save you some time here!
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Marathon (Mac)

Marathon review (MAC)

Reviewed on February 06, 2004

The Oath of the Vidmaster
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Factory (Mac)

Factory review (MAC)

Reviewed on February 06, 2004

Assembly lines are a necessary and largely invisible evil of our time. Ever since the industrial revolution, people have had to reluctantly man those unforgiving conveyer belts to perform such repetitive tasks as assembling greaseburgers, children's dolls, discount televisions or even toilet bowls. As work, it strikes most of us as a faceless, endless, utterly thankless job; mind-numbing and possibly even soul-destroying in its monotony. The last time you tore open the box containing the latest ...
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Diablo (Mac)

Diablo review (MAC)

Reviewed on February 06, 2004

The Diablo phenomenon had already flowered profusely amongst PC gamers by the time the game found its way to the Macintosh realm in 1998. The Mac demo version of the game was only shipping on the cover CDs of computer magazines halfway through that year - a hefty lag for one of the most popular and contagious games of the late nineties, but this was the state of Macintosh gaming at the time. Whilst some startling Mac-born games such as Bungie's Marathon continued to hold the fort during t...
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Burn: Cycle (Mac)

Burn: Cycle review (MAC)

Reviewed on February 06, 2004

Burn:Cycle is an early generation (1994) 'interactive movie' style sci-fi adventure, hot off the CD-I to your Mac or PC. While it's very ambitious and succeeds on many levels, enough to be memorable, it does suffer from the typical problem of this genre: too-low interactivity. Yet the overall story experience is dazzling enough that you won't really notice.
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Astro Chase 3D (Mac)

Astro Chase 3D review (MAC)

Reviewed on February 06, 2004

Astro Chase 3D is a GREAT little space action game. I had to get that off my chest immediately because my first impressions of this game were terrifyingly off the mark.
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Alone in the Dark 2 (Mac)

Alone in the Dark 2 review (MAC)

Reviewed on February 06, 2004

Alone in the dark, Alone in the twilight, Alone in the floodlights... Stuff the lighting, it's all the same to me so long as I'm not alone with this game.
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