Monster Hunter try.
Where angels fear to tread.
Horribly good value.
Is King Conan worthy of your monthly tribute?
No longer a blank slate.
Fated to repeat old mistakes.
Mars Attacks - and so does everyone else.
Worth a flutter?
A second look at Sigil's unfinished symphony.
Fall of a preconception.
Keeping it simply stupid.
Gunning for the top.
Oh yes, we're feeling it.
The great escape.
Throwing the rulebook at you.
The fight, finished.
More of a flesh-wound, really.
Tests your mettle - and, sadly, your patience.
Feeling burnt out?
Brave New Weird.
Public humiliation goes private.
Remind me, where are we dining tonight?
Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die?
Still burning, still crusading.
Click for Victory!
Here Wii go again.
You are not prepared.
Time to break out the Anusol.
See you in hell.
Having a blast with an old friend.
Explosions for fun and profit.
Super Robot Friends.
The pitter-patter of tiny feet.
A cry for help?
Is that a Snake in your pocket? (Sorry.)
Back up to speed.
One missed call.
Less massive damage than expected.
Feels a little flat.
Devil May Cutscene.
Like the time Tom broke a glass with his voice.
Nothing lasts... But nothing is lost.
Snake in the grass.
Worth the Walt.
Laud for the Rings.
Not as crafty as it thinks.
I am a games reviewer get me out of World War II.
Putting the "Special" into "Special Agent".
In space, no-one can hear Rob scream...
Rob's in Japanese RPG heaven - again!
A bit more imaginative than Nintendo's usual "Advance" remake, the only problem with this one is that one day it will be over.
Another multiplayer Epic. It's really here and it's really good.
Rob thought he'd seen off Shinobi, but apparently Sega's back for another round...
War is upon us. Or is it? You decide.
The man from Belmont, he say...
What do you do after you've saved the world?
It wants to be Elite.
Onimusha as a turn-based strategy game?
Rob hops on a broom. Wizard!
Rob investigates another 'world.
Rob tackles Square Enix's turn-based strategy title.
Ensemble tightens up its strategy opus.
Rob has another run at ZOE...
Rob's soul still burns!
Rob takes a look at a couple of finished N-Gage consoles.
Rob joins the Vikings. We're not all that surprised.
Rob nuked a few people and caused armageddon. Then he ate a biscuit.
Rob buckles some random, aerial dungeon swash.
Want to be a ninja? Get some training. Want to be an over-hyped slasher?
The Bitmap Brothers are back with one of the best reasons to embrace World War II since MOHAA.
Rob is an admirer of sailors, so we felt he was best placed to review Pirate Cove.
An epic game, with an epic period of development behind it
Rob challenges the definition of deadline once again with his take on Ubi's RPG
Rob tucks into Quicksilver's empire-building spacefest
Review - what have the Romans ever done for us, eh? Bloody Romans.
Review - no animals were harmed in the writing of this review. Except sheep.
Rob gets his travel on for Lost Toys' ambitious mech 'em up
C&C is back, but Rob isn't that impressed
Review - Rob's mythical review is finally complete
Review - you know, Westerners make RPGs too, as Rob's been discovering
Review - the long-awaited sequel to Shogun knocks us senseless
Review - for homework this weekend, we scared ourselves senseless with Tecmo's superb foray into the survival horror genre
Review - more World War II strategy from CDV and Fireglow
Review - the same basic formula as Advance Wars, with a world conceived by Hideo Kojima...
Blizzard resumes reign over RTS genre.
Review - possibly the greatest RPG of all time
First person RPG reviewed
Mecha-based strategy game reviewed
WW2 Pacific strategy game reviewed
Stunning 3D strategy game reviewed.