Kieren Hawken

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Steel Empire Review

Any of you out there who owned a Sega Mega Drive back in the day might just remember a game called Empire of Steel, also known as Steel Empire in North America ...
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Livelock Review

Let’s just say this from the off: I absolutely adore top-down shooters. From early titles such as Commando and Ikari Warriors through to titles like Alien Breed...
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Hack, Slash, Backstab Review

One of my very earliest video game memories is seeing a huge 4-player Gauntlet cabinet looming over me from the end of a dimly lit arcade at Butlins in Margate....
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Solar Shifter EX Review

While the Xbox 360 became known for being a great shoot ‘em up machine, especially in Japan where it was pretty much the only reason people bought one, the Xbox...
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King Oddball Review

I do like it when publishers make it clear what game to expect from the off, and 10tons definitely did this with King Oddball – as this title is most certainly ...
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Anode Review

I have always been an absolutely huge fan of puzzle games; from the first time I played Tetris on a BBC Micro in my school's computer room, I was hooked. With e...
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Dungeon Punks Review

I have always been a massive fan of scrolling beat ‘em ups over the years. In fact, I'd probably go as far as to say that it's my favourite genre, so it’s great...
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Maldita Castilla EX Review

Just recently I reviewed Cast of the Seven Godsends, a new retro-styled game that is heavily inspired by Capcom’s classic Ghosts ‘n Goblins. In that review I me...
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Pac-Man 256 Review

Around a year ago, Pac-Man 256 was released for iOS and Android devices. It was a furiously addictive play on the now legendary kill screen from the original Pa...
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Digger Dan DX Review

Reviving old favourites seems to be a bit of a theme on the Nintendo 3DS at the moment; just the other day I reviewed the rather good Sssnakes. I can only assum...
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Sssnakes Review

Anybody out there who ever owned an old Nokia phone will undoubtedly be very familiar with Snake, the simple but furiously addictive game that came included on ...
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Brick Breaker Review

Back in 1976, Atari released a revolutionary game called Breakout. Designed by Atari co-founder Nolan Bushnell and engineered by none other than Apple founders ...
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Skyling: Garden Defense Review

As soon as I saw the previews for Skyling: Garden Defense I was excited; this little puzzle game instantly reminded me of old-school isometric titles of yestery...
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Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops Review

Those of you who have been gaming since the 90s will remember a rather stonking war game by the name of Cannon Fodder. Created by the crazy guys at Sensible Sof...
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Pixel Piracy Review

Given what a huge hit Terraria was, everyone has been waiting to see just what Re-Logic would bring us next. Well now the wait is over as they have teamed up wi...
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