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 GamesRadar.com

I wrote a review of Ghost Recon Predator for the PSP for GamesRadar.com. 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