The best arcade driving game in over 10 years!
Milestone have long been racing fanatics with Gravel being their 45th release (and vehicular based game) since 1996, so there's plenty of pedigree on offer, but lets take a look at the rough and dirty sounding Gravel. Gravel sounds and at a distance looks every bit as rough and grimy as the name suggest, we're … Continue reading Gravel – Review
Electronic Arts might be the Ice Hockey kings, but one thing they've not offered much to arcade fans since the pretty awesome 3 on 3 NHL Arcade back in 2009. With a hefty gap since any arcade hockey game hit home consoles, Bush Hockey League arrives featuring punch ups, big hits and story based progression, … Continue reading Bush Hockey League – Review
Over two decades ago, Electronic Arts backed a controversial game, stepping away from their usual standard of simulation games, Mutant League Football released in '93 packed with alien, monsters and robot's who are more likely to pummel your team into forfeit than win the game by scoring more points, It was a fresh look on … Continue reading Mutant League Football – Preview Program Review
Indie games are ever popular and recently we've seen more and more hit latest consoles. Concentrating more on unique gameplay rather than groundbreaking graphics, Bleed fits into what you'd expect from an indie game, bargain price, unique and fun gameplay but an unfortunate highlight of how far behind AAA titles too many indie titles are. … Continue reading Bleed – Review