PIXEL REVIEW: WWE CRUSH HOUR PS2 21/10/2014
Vince McMahon has taken over all of TV and can do what he wants. Logically, it was never going to be long before his WWE wrestling stars fought it out in a much bigger ring. Shane checks out one of the more unusual wrestling spin-offs.
PIXEL REVIEW: FIRE & FORGET II GX4K 18/10/2014
Flying cars, explosive action and lightning speed, what could go wrong? Chris picks over the GX4000 version of Titus's late-eighties combat racer. Does F&FII fire on all cylinders. or is it one that's better off forgotten?
PIXEL REVIEW: ROAD RASH SMD 15/10/2014
It may be more than twenty years old, but the adrenalin-soaked Mega Drive joyrider that is Road Rash still packs a hefty punch (and kick) to this day. Read Tom's thoughts on this unlikely marriage of innovation and anarchy in his review.
PIXEL REVIEW: METAL GEAR NES 8/10/2014
Series creator Hideo Kojima described the NES port of Metal Gear as an "abomination". Chris sneaks back more than a quarter of a century to see whether his comments reflected reality in Metal Gear's earliest gaming chapter...
PIXEL REVIEW: METAL GEAR SOLID PS 29/9/2014
Metal Gear Solid dragged stealth adventures into the 21st Century as Hideo Kojima's 'tactical espionage action' hit introduced a raft of new gameplay and cinematic possibilities. Tom recalls Konami's fifth-gen epic in his review...
LANDMARK LEVELS: METAL GEAR SOLID - PSYCHO MANTIS PS 25/9/2014
"There's no need for words, Snake." Except in this instance, anyway. Shane waxes lyrical about an unforgettable boss fight with an antagonist who goes that extra mile to get inside the player's head, in Konami's 1999 stealth classic.
PIXEL REVIEW: DISHONORED X360 20/9/2014
Disease-riddled, rat-infested, danger round every corner (no, it's not The Pixel Empire's annual party)... Shane goes undercover to deliver a definitive review of Bethesda's modern stealth classic Dishonored.
PIXEL REVIEW: STEALTH INC: A CLONE IN THE DARK VITA 14/9/2014
All the clones wanted was a safe, care-free existence... Instead they got caught up in more than sixty of the most sadistic, perilous product testing experiments you're ever likely to see. Read what Tom made of his trip to the lab now!
PIXEL REVIEW: HITMAN ABSOLUTION X360 11/9/2014
Agent 47 utilises the brunt of a new graphics engine, new weapons and new disguises in an bid to broaden Hitman's mass-market appeal. Shane examines whether the most recent entry hits the mark in our latest review.
PIXEL REVIEW: POINT BLANK 2 PS 7/9/2014
Back by popular demand, Dr. Don and Dr. Dan returned in 1999 for more gallery shooting hi-jinks. Chris took the opportunity to focus his lightgun sights and discover how part two stacked up next to its excellent predecessor.
PIXEL REVIEW: EVERYBODY'S GOLF VITA 2/9/2014
Since time immemorial (or 1997), Everybody's Golf has played host to a string of the most unappreciated titles in gaming. Was instalment number six another overlooked gem, or one to forget for Vita gamers?
PIXEL REVIEW: ETERNAL SONATA X360 26/8/2014
Eternal Sonata offered a very different take on the traditional JRPG; a sweeping tale based around Frederic Chopin and a fantastical dream he has on his deathbed. A throwback to the good old days? Shane investigates...
PIXEL REVIEW: SUPER THUNDER BLADE SMD 20/8/2014
Buoyed by the success of Super Monaco GP, SEGA ported their awesome arcade helicopter shooter Thunder Blade to the Mega Drive in 1990. Did it prove a high-flyer or would technical issues ensure it never got off the ground?