PIXEL REVIEW: WHISPERING WILLOWS VITA 19/5/2016
A 2D adventure with an elegant art style and a refreshingly non-visceral interpretation on the supernatural horror formula. Sounds right up Tom's street, but does Whispering Willows give him goosebumps, or merely leave him cold?
PIXEL REVIEW: WILD STREETS GX4K 18/5/2016
Ever fancied ridding the streets of 8-bit goons whilst being shadowed by a largely ineffectual (but rather photogenic) black panther? Chris is about to make your dreams come true... though he can't guarantee the Wild Streets is any good
PIXEL REVIEW: GEARS OF WAR X360 12/5/2016
Hard to believe, but it's already almost ten years since Epic Games' third-person shoot 'em up rewrote the rulebook for the genre. Read Shane's coverage on Gears Of War, and how its influence is still felt today.
PIXEL REVIEW: CRASH BANDICOOT 2: CORTEX STRIKES BACK PS 17/4/2016
Naughty Dog's 1996 platforming sensation was always going to be a tough act to follow, but Cortex Strikes Back helped to cement the bouncing marsupial in the hearts and minds of gamers. Shane looks back at Crash's second outing.
PIXEL REVIEW: GRAN TURISMO 6 PS3 4/4/2016
Gran Turismo made a surprise return to the PS3 late on in the platform's cycle. Were Polyphony able to get the revered racer back on track, or has time passed the granddaddy of console racing sims by? Tom delves under the bonnet...
PIXEL REVIEW: JUST CAUSE 3 PS4 14/3/2016
Avalanche return with the long-awaited sequel to action epic Just Cause 2, and Shane's on hand with our latest review!
PIXEL REVIEW: RESIDENT EVIL GC 11/3/2015
Tom recounts a remake that does justice to a classic. Read our views on the iconic GameCube survival horror now!
PIXEL REVIEW: CHILD OF LIGHT PS4 21/2/2016
One of the most picturesque games ever devised, Child of Light bounds on to the PS4, and Shane's got the lowdown.
PIXEL REVIEW: METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN PS4 12/2/2016
Kojima's long-in-the-making fifth MGS marked the end of an era for the series, the last collaboration between its creator and Konami. This epic open-world stealth adventure delivers a fitting send off to one for gaming's most creative forces.
PIXEL REVIEW: RESISTANCE: RETRIBUTION PSP 9/2/2016
Following in the footsteps of God of War, Killzone and many others, Sony drafted Resistance's services for the PSP in 2009. Developed by the talented Bend Studio, could a console FPS be reborn as a third-person portable shooter?
PIXEL REVIEW: DRIVECLUB PS4 2/2/2016
A new age of social racing or a case of too much, too soon? Evolution Studios wheel out their cutting edge successor to the Motorstorm brand. Shane takes Driveclub for a test drive, stopping off only for an in-depth review.
PIXEL REVIEW: TONY HAWK'S PRO SKATER 5 XONE 24/1/2016
The Tony Hawk brand has survived all manner of side-projects and reinventions, but in 2015, Robomodo delivered the first game to bear the 'Pro Skater' moniker since 2002. Does it mark a return to form, or prove a bit of a grind?
PIXEL REVIEW: FALLOUT 4 XONE 10/1/2016
Fallout 4 encapsulates the creative peaks and technical struggles that have come to define Bethesda's epic role-playing series. Shane examines the latest vault dweller's journey to brave the dangers of an open-world Wasteland.
PIXEL REVIEW: BRUTAL SPORTS FOOTBALL AMI 3/1/2016
What better way to start the new year than with a retro rollback? Alan relives Brutal Sports Football, an early-nineties pretender to Speedball 2's extreme sports crown, when communal multiplayer was king.