Squares 2

This was originally posted on the now-defunct Random Fury! videogame blog. An old RF favourite today, it’s Squares 2! This is a reaction-based, arcade style survival game in which you control a black square and you have to avoid red squares. Survive for as long as you can, or go …

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Mahabharath Highlands

This was originally posted on the now-defunct Random Fury! videogame blog. Gives the Halo theme a bit of a military/Indian mash-up feel. It’s like nothing I’ve ever heard from a Halo game before. Created by Freemind and GrayLightning from OverClocked ReMix What do you think? You can check out the …

Gamersc-whore

In the last few days I’ve made huge progress on my Gamerscore target. I’ve gone from near 74,000 to almost 76,000 thanks to a couple of proper easy games. I would say shit games, but one of them was quite good. Megamind was horse-shit, but it only took me around …

Wanquish

Although actually, it wasn’t wank, it was really good. I loved it. At first I didn’t quite get it, but after a while slowing down time to shoot multiple bad robots faces off just gelled. I would say that’s Vanquish in a nutshell, but there’s more to it than that. …

Bayo-fuckin’-etta

Format: Xbox 360 Developer: Platinum Games Publisher: Sega Release: January 2010 Now, I don’t know if you know this (err…), but I’m a bit of a Devil May Cry fan. I bought a PS2 solely for the original Devil May Cry, I put myself through the torture that was through …

Devil May Cry review

Today I’ll reproduce the Devil May Cry and Devil May Cry 2 reviews, then tomorrow, as some kind of finale, will be the Devil May Cry 3 review, where I gush for hours and hours. Format: Playstation 2 Developer: Capcom Publisher: Capcom Release: December 2001 They say that the greatest …

Bujingai Swordmaster review

Blah, blah, review, blah, blah, Poopgang, blah, blah, 2005. You know the drill. Format – PS2 Developer – Taito/Red Entertainment Publisher – 505 Gamestreet Release – February 2005 What is it with Japanese rock stars and videogames? First Takeshi Kaneshiro provided the image and voice for Samanosuke in Onimusha, and …