PIXEL REVIEW: UNCHARTED 3: DRAKE'S DECEPTION PS3 8/3/2014
Drake's back for another explosive dose of action-packed adventuring. Read Alan's thoughts on the concluding instalment of one of the PlayStation 3's biggest series', to see whether it went out with a bang or a whimper.
PIXEL REVIEW: SONIC & ALL-STARS RACING TRANSFORMED WIIU 3/3/2014
Sonic and SEGA strike a winning formula on Nintendo's latest platform. Who'd have thought we'd be saying that fifteen years ago? Chris explains why Sonic's homage to Mario Kart is so much more than an imitator.
PIXEL REVIEW: NEED FOR SPEED: THE RUN PS3 28/2/2014
Tom prises himself away long enough to offer a fresh perspective on the seventh generation's most underrated racer.
PIXEL REVIEW: SYNDICATE X360 20/2/2014
In 2012, Starbreeze Studios stepped out of the Darkness in order to reboot celebrated strategy title Syndicate. But does a change of genre help to reinvigorate the concept, or lead it to become lost amongst a sea of sci-fi imitators?
PIXEL REVIEW: SINE MORA VITA 15/2/2014
The Vita needs more like this: a bridge between the best of the old and the new, Sine Mora mixes state-of-the-art visuals with the unflinching heart of a late-eighties arcade shoot 'em up. Tom dies a lot and then writes about it in his review.
PIXEL REVIEW: BULLY: SCHOLARSHIP EDITION X360 11/2/2014
How does one of the finest games of the sixth-generation fare with a seventh-gen lick of paint? Shane goes back to school to see whether Mad Doc's 2008 enhancement of Bully is set for graduation, or in need of some extra revision.
PIXEL REVIEW: RESOGUN PS4 6/2/2014
The Pixel Empire takes a step into the future with a nod to the past in Housemarque's rip-roaring retro shoot 'em up. PlayStation 4 lacking a killer-app at launch? Don't be so sure - read Chris's review of Resogun now...
PIXEL REVIEW: BATMAN: THE CAPED CRUSADER C64 2/2/2014
Perennial Pixel favourite Batman is back in our first Commodore 64 review. Alan looks back at The Caped Crusader's stylish late eighties outing, to find things weren't all they seemed when he played it as a nipper.
PIXEL REVIEW: CASTLE OF ILLUSION  X360 29/1/2014
After twenty years, SEGA and Disney reunited belatedly for a remake of their celebrated platformer collaboration Castle Of Illusion. Shane looks at how this network title is, for better and for worse, a faithful reimagining.
PIXEL REVIEW: WORLD OF ILLUSION SMD 27/1/2014
SEGA's cooperative platformer offers a timely reminder that games aimed at kids shouldn't feel hollow and unfinished. Tom looks back on one of the Mega Drive's most beautiful and creative adventures in our second Illusion review.
PIXEL REVIEW: CASTLE OF ILLUSION SMS 22/1/2014
We've embarked on a journey of illusion, with three reviews covering SEGA/Disney collaborations. Fittingly enough, Chris gets things started at the beginning, as he looks back at how Castle of Illusion enchanted Master System owners.
PIXEL REVIEW: ALIEN DESTROYER SPC 19/1/2014
Ever wondered what Space Invaders mixed with Galaga would be like on a budget? Wonder no more as Tom flies back to his childhood in order to remember plucky blaster Alien Destroyer on the Spectrum.