Pour one out for Squadrons.
The epitome of slice-of-life gaming.
Frustrating minion management.
You wait for months, and then five come along at once…
And I got to interview the wonderful Violet Berlin.
The Lost (Item) Woods.
She cannae hold together, cap’n!
The troublesome life of an intern.
Ultra slo-mo fighting.
A wonderful, indulgent niche.
Working on our knight moves.
A thrilling tale of rodent surveillance.
Read all about Sensible Software’s weirdest game in Retro Gamer 217.
WELCOME (BACK) TO TURRICAN.
It’s all true, goddammit!
Here’s a list of 22 games we can’t wait to play this year.
Musings on misplaced trust, exploitation and elitist thinking.
A look back on a year of personal triumphs mixed with utter despair.
I spent the best part of a year researching the history of this 1990s mail-order company for Retro Gamer magazine.
My inner eight-year-old is crying with joy.
All good games come to those who wait.
It’s been a difficult year, but there have been some fantastic games.
The life of an animal is misery and slavery: that is the plain truth.
How I fell in love with a conjoined canine.
I get all misty-eyed at seeing my first ever cover feature.
A tale of nefarious deeds that will strike at your soul.
Holy hand grenade this beta was fun.
It doesn’t feel real.
Formula Fusion gets resurrected with a substantial makeover.
This 16-bit-styled sequel triumphantly surpasses the original.
Worth buying a ticket to ride.