Retro Fix: The Punisher

Game: The Punisher Format: Xbox, Playstation 2, PC Developer: Volition, Inc Publisher: THQ In 2005 THQ published one of the most brutal games ever made based on Marvel Comics’ The Punisher. Featuring the vocal work of Tom Jane, the then star of The Punisher movie, the script takes basic elements of Garth Ennis’ seminal Welcome [...]

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Thu, February 9 2012 » Retrospectives » 1 Comment

Retro Fix:- Oddworld: Abe’s Exodus

Tired of the same old characters and settings? Feel like you’ve shot enough Russians in the face to destroy the entire vodka industry? Seen enough zombies to populate an incredibly annoying protest rally in central San Fransico? Want to face off against a carnivorous wild animal with a hand for a face?In that case, you [...]

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Thu, July 28 2011 » Retrospectives » No Comments

Retro Fix:- Call of Duty 2

The run up to Christmas has become something of a gaming event these past few years. Why you may ask? Well it’s the one time of the year when every man and his bleedin’ dog seems to release yet another game to add to your list to Santa, it’s HUGE business. Take this year for [...]

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Tue, November 9 2010 » Retrospectives » 6 Comments

Retro Fix:- Sonic the Hedgehog (8-bit)

Why Sonic The Hedgehog (Master System) is secretly the best Sonic game Not too long ago I entered an elite club. No, not the Stone Cutters or the Illuminati, I joined the few people who love the Sega Master System. Like many people, I was brought up on the Nintendo consoles, ignoring all other consoles [...]

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Thu, July 22 2010 » Retrospectives » 4 Comments

Retro Fix:- Super Metroid

Name: Super Metroid Format(s): SNES, Wii Developer: Nintendo Publisher: Nintendo Xbox Live’s summer of arcade has recently finished and one of its key highlights was the incredible Shadow Complex, regularly described as a ‘Metroidvania’ style game and if you’re one of the many people who look at the word Metroidvania and have no idea what [...]

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Tue, September 22 2009 » Retrospectives » 1 Comment