All posts by Leon Brown

WWE Extreme Rules 2014 (Spoilers)

It’s been a month since the last bit of wrestling coverage here at The Geek Show and Boy has the landscape changed. The Shield no longer bow to the Authority of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon and Evolution has returned. On top of that we

WRESTLEMANIA 30 Highlights [Spoilers]

On the 30th anniversary of the “Showcase of the Immortals” The Geek Show has its first piece of monthly wrestling coverage, and where better to start than with the biggest show in sports entertainment: Wrestlemania? In this article I will be giving you some highlights and

Flappy Bird

Side scrolling, simple gameplay and retro looking – this is Flappy Bird and was released for android and IOS smart phones and tablets in 2013. It’s simple controls and familiar looking obstacles (that seem to have been taken from video game past) made this a

Super Contra (Retro)

Originally released in 1988 in the arcades and then with a friendlier version on the NES in 1990, Super Contra is a classic side scrolling shooting action game with an unrelenting onslaught of enemies. Released more recently on the Xbox Live Arcade we see a

Portal

Originally released as part of the orange box collection on PC and Xbox, then later on PS3, MAC and Linux – Portal is an exciting puzzle game based on physics. Now some people might be thinking “Puzzles and Physics? Exciting?” but all that reveals is

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade (Retro Review)

Its “Streets of Rage” meets Animal Planet in this side scrolling arcade beat ‘em up classic based on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” animated series. Originally released in the arcades ( Developed by Konami) in 1989 in two forms, a two player version and a deluxe

“The Walking Dead” Video Game Season 2: Ep 1 (Review)

After an excruciating wait, Season 2 of Telltale’s “The Walking Dead” Video Game – based on Robert Kirkman’s Comics and the sequel to 2012’s game of the year – has arrived…in December. Nevertheless here is the review of the first episode (of five).  It is

Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection (Retro Review)

This Klassic set of arcade games was released on PC, PS3 & Xbox 360 in August, 2011 and contains Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat 2 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. A port of the three games in their original arcade glory intended to give a major