Grumpy Gurevitz: 2011, the year hardcore gaming fought back!

Grumpy Gurevitz: 2011, the year hardcore gaming fought back!

Jan 2, 2012

It’s been a year of worry for the traditional gamer. Whilst gaming might seem to be an ever growing past-time, some of the traditional elements which make up the industry have seemed fragile. Publishers have been busy shutting down traditional developers, especially those famed for 3D racers, but beyond too. We have seen shops such as Gamestop starting to...

Yar’s Revenge: review

Yar’s Revenge: review

May 12, 2011

Format: Xbox Live Arcade Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Atari Developer: Killspace Players: 1 Site: http://www.Atari.com Do you remember the Original Yars’ Revenge game on the old Atari console platform? Didn’t think so. Most people can’t and hence it seems strange for Atari to try to bring life back to an IP that most people can’t...

Alien Breed Assault: review

Alien Breed Assault: review

Oct 20, 2010

Format: XBL Arcade Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Team 17 Developer: Team 17 Players: 1-2 Site: http://www.team17.com You wait years for a sequel to the Alien Breed franchise, which made its name on the good old Amiga, and then a ton all arrive at once. We have had Alien Breed Evolution for the 360, which was recently followed by Alien Breed Impact for PSN and...

Alien Breed Impact: review

Alien Breed Impact: review

Sep 15, 2010

Format: PSN (version reviewed),PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Team 17 Developer: Team 17 Players: 1-2 Site: http://www.team17.com/index2a9c.html?page_id=9 Having already reviewed Alien Breed Evolution for the Xbox, we were keen to see if the PSN remake (of a game which is already a remake) would be any different. For the uninitiated, Alien Breed was...

Grumpy Gurevitz: Playstation Plus Analysis

Grumpy Gurevitz: Playstation Plus Analysis

Aug 13, 2010

The PSN network is great because it’s free. It doesn’t matter how much you criticise it compared to Xbox Live, because at the end of the day it’s given away free and no charge is made to the end user. However that’s like saying that going to work on a donkey can’t be bad, when compared to a train or car, because a Donkey is possibly free...