Archives For GamesRadar

I really enjoyed doing this feature for GamesRadar on some of the more rare retro games that I would love to see ported to modern hardware (either via a Virtual Console port or something similar). The research was fun, partly because I learned a few things along the way and partly because I got to look back at some old favorites from my gaming past.

I wish I could say I owned all of the games on the list, but alas, I only own a few.

10 hard-to-find classics that deserve a second chance at GamesRadar

“… put enough time into the game and you’ll find yourself destroying all those early bosses, cruising through stages without losing a life. That’s when Radiant Silvergun becomes incredibly rewarding: when you go from battering ram to badass, thanks to a combination of improved skills and leveling up via relentless grinding. It’s still challenging – the game never becomes easy, even on the “very easy” difficulty setting, but it becomes manageable and more entertaining.”

I actually asked to review this particular Sims product for GamesRadar. Oh, EA… What have you made me do?

Turns out it The Sims Medieval wasn’t very much at all like I expected, which was great news to me but bad news to my fiancée, who just wanted to build castles.

You can read the full review over at

I wrote a review of Ghost Recon Predator for the PSP for You should read it before you buy the game.

Another review for the fine folks at GamesRadar. Apparently I’m their go-to guy to review Sims expansions, as this is another one.

If you think that it’s been far too soon since the last Sims expansion pack, you’re not alone. I thought the exact same thing. But you may be surprised at the amount of content available in this package.

The Sims 3: Late Night review