I loved the 'Miami Vice' style cover art and couldn't wait to chase down some no good, dirty criminal scumbags! (that was cutting edge cop talk back in those days).
Where is the challenge in this game? Nothing spoils a game more than holding the player's hand throughout the experience and making it far too easy for them!
We may be retro gaming enthusiasts at Red Dog, but we have no qualms about owning super modern phones. Especially when you can now download a whole host of video game classics ...
A quick warning before you read this, our chief reviewer shamelessly loves this game and will likely gush over it until you feel slightly nauseous.
A game where you control a basic egg sprite, solving item based puzzles and collecting diamonds. Sounds shit doesn't it? .... Wrong! The Dizzy games are awesome!
After much internal debate, I have decided my first review will tackle the notorious Resident Evil series. From the creepy mansion to the streets of Raccoon City to a crazy village in Europe, it's been quite a journey ...
Rum guzzling, cursing, belching, threatening innocent folks with the grizzly prospect of walking the plank ...
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The commercial popped up on our large, boxy Sony TV screen ... A young guy was standing in various locations, raising his fists into the sky and yelling 'Mortal Kombat!' At the top of his voice ... Weirdo.
Who woke up one day and said "I want to make a game about a boy on a paper round"? Well, some guy (or maybe a girl, sorry ... We're very PC at Red Dog) at Atari did.
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Ryan Giggs (represented my a microscopic, cartoony little sprite) lofts the ball diagonally across the pitch with some immense dip and curl as you diagonally pull back your joystick ...
I admit that my memory of this game is hazy but I was only a child and likely preoccupied with the trauma of Goose's tragic demise in Top Gun. As a result of this, I apologise if I miss out any important details!
Based off a popular children's TV programme, which typically for the eighties, had plenty of subtle adult humour thrown in. This game very much followed the same formula, appealing to people of all ages!