Nick & James go boldly back to 1995, MS-DOS and CD-ROM technology to play one of the greatest Star Trek games ever.
A teaser for the now-complete, superb documentary on the history of Japanese game music, featuring the legendary scores of titles such as Sonic, Castlevania, and Street Fighter.
A story of unrequited love, siblings bullying, and how a training montage conquers all.
Our resident Legend of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors experts give their thoughts on this Nintendo and Koei Tecmo mash-up.
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.
We resume our Zeldathon by looking at the 'least-good' entries in the series.
We pick our best and worst moments and games from this year's annual industry extravaganza.
Our first peek at Link's next adventure. Not Hyrule Warriors.
James, Pete and Andy present what they expect and hope to see from gaming's big annual show.
James takes his first steps into the world of ranked competition in Gundam Extreme VS. Can he muster a single victory in Japan's favourite game?
Take The Sims, replace the cast with Miis, then inject a whole lot of Japan and you'll have Tomodachi Life.
We continue our non-Titanfall mech coverage with Capcom's cult arena battler Gotcha Force.
Theme Park, The Chaos Engine, CD-ROMs, Full Motion Video and more mid-90s PC nostalgia in this obscure but awesome magazine.
We pay a visit to Yoshi's old island and ponder why the many sequels to the original simply can't match its magic.
In honour of the late, great Harold Ramis we look back at what may as well be Ghostbusters III.