Nick Bedford
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Boulder Dash-XL 3D Review

It’s retro time! Boulder Dash-XL 3d (A bit of a mouth full) is a remake of the classic Boulder Dash game that graced the home computers, and a few arcade machines of the mid 80s. Boulder Dash-XL 3D takes the…

GUNNAR ‘Intercept’ Gaming Glasses Review

‘Advanced Gaming Eyewear’. What is it, what does it do and most importantly, should you buy it? Eye strain is something we’ve all probably come across at some point when using a computer, and with super high resolution screens being…

Magrunner Review

Everyone loves Portal for it’s fun combination of puzzles, cake and a computer that’s hell-bent on taking over the world. Portal popularised the first-person puzzle genre and Valve made sure they made a damn good job of it. Obviously the…

Curse of Nordic Cove Review

After watching the trailer of The Curse of Nordic Cove I jumped to grab the opportunity to grab this interesting piece of indie madness – I just had to see what the mash-up of FPS, Golf, puzzle, vehicle combat and…

Grid 2 Review

Finally – it’s arrived. The sequel to Codemasters original track racing series – GRID. GRID was released in 2008 to much critical acclaim (SEGA even made an arcade version – something of a rarity these days!) and was very popular…

Rush Bros Review

Blending music and games isn’t a new idea and Rush Bros attempts to jump (literally) onto this slightly overcrowded bandwagon. In keeping with the music theme, the game goes as far to even base the story on it. The two…

Cities in Motion 2 Review

Everybody needs transport, from getting to work in the morning to the dreaded 5-hour train to go and see your granny in Edinburgh, it’s essential. Often overlooked are the many companies who provide this service to us by building roads,…

Gravi Review

Indie games are great – there’s such a massive selection out there for so little money. Developing games is really hard, and having services such as Desura, various indie bundles and Steam Greenlight gives developers that chance to showcase their…

Jeremy Mcgrath’s Offroad (PSN) Review

Jeremy Mcgrath’s Offroad is a PSN/XBLA game that is sponsored by the racing driver of the same name. I’ve never heard of this guy personally (despite being quite a big fan of motorsport) and neither has anyone else I’ve asked,…

Wreck it Ralph 3DS Review

Wreck it Ralph – the film, is a recent (in the UK at least) release that has plenty of references to classic video games. The main characters themselves are clearly a nod to Nintendo’s finest – Mario and Donkey Kong.…