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?
PIXEL REVIEW: POINT BLANK PS 12/8/2014
It wasn't just Time Crisis that made you love your G-Con 45. Join Chris as he leapfrogs back to 1998 to cover the raucous, riotous, gallery shooting fun that was Point Blank. No cabinet required, ten pence pieces entirely optional.
PIXEL REVIEW: TEKKEN TAG TOURNAMENT 2 X360 8/8/2014
More than a decade on from its launch alongside the PS2, popular team brawler Tekken Tag Tournament was finally revived. Read what Shane made of the series' back-to-basics approach, following the mixed reception met with by #6.
PIXEL REVIEW: BISHI BASHI SPECIAL PS 6/8/2014
Japanese gaming at its most Japanese. Savour one of the finest party titles ever made as Tom relives the short-attention-span heaven that is Bishi Bashi Special. They really don't make 'em like this any more, so don't miss out!
PIXEL REVIEW: NI NO KUNI: WRATH OF THE WHITE WITCH PS3 20/7/2014
Japanese gaming past its best? Think again. RPG kingpins Level-5 teamed up with anime legends Studio Ghibli in 2013 for a magical adventure, which Shane was lucky enough to cover in his review for The Pixel Empire...