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Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap Review (Nintendo Switch)
Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, is one of the most iconic and
sort after games on Sega’s Master System. As such, a great deal of care needed
to be taken in order to make sure that the new version of the game lived up to
fans expectations. We are happy to rep...

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Castlevainia: Circle of the Moon Review (GBA)
Written by Dan Gill Launch games play an important role in selling a console on
release day; Super Mario World, Halo, Sonic Adventure, Tetris, Wipeout – all
great games, all big successes.   By its
launch in 2001, the Game Boy Advance would’ve sold if the o...

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Homefront: The Revolution Review (PS4)
Written by Bradley Marsh So hear me out for a moment. At the back end of 2015 I came
to a decision that I wanted to step down from Gamestyle. Life got in the way
and I couldn’t dedicate the time I felt the site deserved. There was another
reason though. I j...

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Phantom Brave PC Review
While Disgaea has gone from strength to strength in terms of
releases, Phantom Brave has remained fairly dormant aside from a PSP and Japanese
only Wii release since it first arrived on the PS2 back in 2004. With Nippon
Ichi looking to test its franchises i...

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Lumo Review (PS4)
Written by Bradley Marsh Back in my early days, I had a ZX Spectrum, both the 48k
rubber key and 128k at different times. I loved those machines, I had great
times with them. One game that stuck in the old memory banks was Head Over
Heels. This was a game t...

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Odin Sphere Leifthrasir Review (PS Vita)
Odin Sphere launched late into the life of the PS2 and along
with GrimGrimoir brought a slice of 2D JRPG action to the Sony console. While
GrimGrimoir focused more on strategy, Odin Sphere was the action title and
offered up a mix of levelling up and bashin...

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Guilty Gear Xrd - Revelator- Review (PS4)
Following hot on the heels of the superb Guilty Gear Xrd
comes the next instalment in the much loved series and my oh my it is a thing
of beauty. While everyone is still waiting for Street Fighter V to be somewhere
approaching finished REVELATOR has possibl...

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Megadimension Neptunia VII Review (PS4)
Written by Natalie Houghton It may seem like there has been an onslaught of
Neptunia games recently and whilst this is true, most of them have been remakes
of the original PS3 games which have in turn come to PS Vita and Steam, there
actually hasn’t been a ...

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Retro 101 takes on Fianl Fantasy VII for Teddy.
Non-stop and without dying. It's time to play Final Fantasy VII for Teddy. Please donate to a very good course if you can - https://www.justgiving.com/Gareth-Chappell2/  The play-through of the game is to raise money for the Southampton PICU who saved Teddy...

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Day of the Tentacle Remastered Review (PC)
A long time ago in what seems like a galaxy far, far away
point and click adventure games used to be all the rage. Lucas Arts were well
known for its skill in making graphic adventures and Day of Tentacle is one of
its most famous titles. Now in its new spr...
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