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Blast From The Past

BFTP: Tomb Raider

As we rapidly approach the franchise's 20th anniversary we dust off this important relic from gaming's past.

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

With Hyrule Warriors almost upon us, we look back at the last home console Zelda and discuss why it's probably the weakest entry in the whole series.

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

We resume our Zeldathon by looking at the 'least-good' entries in the series.

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BFTP: Pokémon Gold/Silver

Often regarded as one of the greatest video game sequels, does it still hold up fifteen years and one remake later?

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BFTP Live: Soul Calibur II

With the HD re-release imminent, James, Andy and Pete remember the game, the series and the genre.


Chrono Cross

James explains why the often forgotten sequel to Chrono Trigger is different but awesome in its own right.


The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

Why you're a bad person if you don't like Majora's Mask... or, at the very least, fail to judge it on its own merits.


Pikmin & Pikmin 2

What if The Poddington Peas cross-pollinated with Command & Conquer...?


Star Trek: Bridge Commander: Kobayashi Maru

James and Andy remember the infinitely expanded BC experience with this excellent compilation of some of the best available mods.


Star Trek: Bridge Commander

James maintains his boycott of Into Darkness by playing some REAL Star Trek with Andy.


The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

With a direct sequel inbound on the 3DS, Andy and James remember an all-time classic and what has to be done to live up to its hallowed legacy.


Sam & Max Hit the Road

Andy and James pay tribute to the dearly departed Lucasarts by remembering one of its finest games.


Luigi’s Mansion

Ghostbusters quote in 3...2...1...


Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Crossroads of Time

Because when you think in-depth characters and complex interstellar relations, you think sidescrolling platformer.


The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

Zelda gets all introspective and existential whilst poking holes in the fourth wall. If only the modern games in the series could be this deep.