Blast From The Past
James maintains his boycott of Into Darkness by playing some REAL Star Trek with Andy.
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.
Andy and James pay tribute to the dearly departed Lucasarts by remembering one of its finest games.
Ghostbusters quote in 3...2...1...
Because when you think in-depth characters and complex interstellar relations, you think sidescrolling platformer.
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.
The Wind Waker is ten years old. Naturally, James and Andy contemplate their own mortality and wonder if this was the last classic Nintendo game.
A platform game based on the McDonald's fast food franchise...yup, this really existed
It turns out an 11 year old Game Boy Advance port is a vastly superior THPS experience than the recent HD remake.
Who would have thought a farming simulator would be so addictive, not to mention successful.
Sony's beloved platformer starring the pink-haired caveman is the latest game to get the blast from the past treatment
Now, it's one I suspect a good number of you won't have heard of.
The greatest Spidey game ever?
It's summertime (supposedly) so let's look back at perhaps the most summery game ever made.
The best wrestling game ever?