A gleeful Gargette re-enters the sumptuous and magical fairy tale world created by his beloved Rare. Banjo-Kazooie debuted on N64 in the summer of 1998, before the bear ‘n’ bird duo made their way to Xbox […]
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“Now all of you ungrateful humans will feel my loss and despair.” Darren Gargette gives us a quick reminder of why Sonic Adventure DX is not one of the high-speed hedgehog’s most advisable escapades. If […]
Darren Forman gives us a cautious, torch lit trip through Milkstone Studio‘s first person horror title White Noise. If you like these Quick Rinse videos you can find many more (and a few other bits […]
Fifteen months ago I reviewed the original version of this Serious Sam and I can’t believe where the time has gone. It only felt like yesterday I was blasting through Mommy’s Best Games’ (MBG) superb […]
Darren shows off the beginning of his Mark of the Ninja New Game Plus. If you like these Quick Rinse videos you can find many more (plus a few other bits and bobs) over on […]
Blue Portal Yellow Portal Blue Portal Yellow Portal Blue Port– Wait, isn’t it orange? PC version shown.
In his latest id Software Quick Rinse, Darren Gargette bottles out of playing Quake III: Arena veterans online in favour of some low skill AI. PC version shown.
2012: A phenomenal year for smaller development teams working in the downloadable space I can’t remember another year where these games have been in such high quantity and quality. Ironically it has also been the […]
It’s a bit like Plants Vs. Zombies but there are no plants. Or zombies. Darren Gargette posits The Final Solution in Robot Entertainment’s Orcs Must Die!
I always look forward to the release of another Serious Sam game regardless of platform, genre or price. It’s a series which knows exactly what it wants to have the player do and provides him/her […]
Darren Forman revisits his 1980’s childhood via WayForward’s (Contra 4, A Boy & His Blob, Mighty Flip Champs, Mighty Switch Force) affectionate piss-take of/homage to Technos’ 1987 original: Double Dragon Neon.
Airtight Games‘ Kim Swift, lead designer on Valve‘s Portal, returns with Quantum Conundrum – a first-person, physics based puzzle-me-do. Go figure.