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The Geek Show - Override Mech City Brawl - Is It Worth Playing

Override: Mech City Brawl – Is It Worth Playing?

NO GEARS, NO GLORY! Pilot a diverse roster of epic mechs, each with their own play style, special moves, and finishers. Tower over your opponents and lay waste to entire cities underfoot in local and online versus, co-op, and more. We interviewed the developers at

The Geek Show - Book of Demons

Book of Demons – A Return To Fun RPGs?

Developer Thing Trunk have a mission – bring back the days when games had no target audience and were simply made and played for the love of the medium. With that in mind, they’ve launched Book of Demons – the first title in their Return

The Geek Show - Illusion-A-Tale-of-the-Mind

Illusion: A Tale of the Mind – Some Thoughts

“Embark on a journey like no other that traverses the psyches of a faded father and a devious killer, as Emma fights to muster the courage to save her father from a wicked illusionist’s mind”. It’s time for some more thoughts about video games, and

The Geek Show - PX23 - Stress Relief for Japanese Salary Men

PX23 – Stress Relief for Japanese Salary Men

Press X returns to talk about more games that we’ve been playing recently, video games publishers and developers that are trading in nostalgia, and the rise and fall and rise of the point-and-click genre. This week we’ve been playing a veritable smorgasbord of games, from

The Geek Show - PX20 - E3 2017 Special

PX20 – E3 2017 Special

Now that the dust has settled it’s time to survey the wreckage left by the biggest gaming convention on the planet, which can only mean one thing. It’s time for our E3 special! We take a look at all the interesting happenings (including the Xbox

Blaster Master Zero

Since the rise of digital-download game sales, retro revivals have been springing up more and more. Franchises from the pre-3D era of gaming being prime candidates to be brought back because they never able to adapt to a new dimension. The ‘Blaster Master’ games date

Jet Set Radio Future (Retro)

In 2015, talking about “Jet Set Radio Future” on the Xbox (original) is becoming increasingly difficult. It’s hard to mention it without the Dreamcast original, Jet Set Radio, cropping up. The equivalent would be talking to someone about Street Fighter 2, and then them continuing