World Soccer on the Master System was what hooked N64 Jamesy on the beautiful game, teaching him how a simple ball game could help him fit in – a passion that lives to this day.
Sword of the Samurai
A chance discovery of Sword of the Samurai, a decade after its release, helped James Dawson appreciate new culture, strategic decision making, and the true depth that gaming could offer.
2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
To celebrate the World Cup kicking off in Russia, Craig Jones discusses one of the funniest nights of his life, playing 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa.
Mario Kart Wii
While David Coates and his friends were no stranger to local multiplayer gaming, it took over 20 years to find the game that truly defined their sporting rivalry: Mario Kart Wii.
Halo: Combat Evolved
Stephen ‘Stev3L’ Lister reminisces about Halo: Combat Evolved and how, through co-op silliness with his best friend at the time, it came to represent his coming of age.
Some games are so bad, they’re good. In the case of Hard Drivin’, Matt Gardner needed a few years to realise that it was an experience that aged beautifully, even if it remained utterly terrible.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction
John-Paul Jones reflects upon how Splinter Cell: Conviction is not just secretly the best John Wick game ever, but also one of the best friendship-killing games money can buy.