Killing Time
 

Killing Time (PC)

Eternal unlife

 
Sid Meier’s Covert Action
 

Covert Action

Meier. Sid Meier.

 
Mario Paint
 

Mario Paint

M(ario)S Paint

 

Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Detective: Volume II

Sherlock Holmes: Volume Two, or more properly, the “pompous British detective simulator”, offers three more cases for you to solve, which are claimed to be “officially licensed” by the estate of Arthur Conan Doyle. This sounds like it could be a great game, especially since it allows you to match wits with one of the […]

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Sewer Shark

One thing that you should probably know about me before we start this review is that I work in the entertainment industry, specifically film. Therefore, I have been known to talk about a lot of useless shit that impresses me, but doesn’t matter to normal people, especially on the subject of the screen. Sewer Shark […]

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Iron Helix

I can appreciate a game that tries to be innovative – it’s a hard thing to do. I generally really like a game that pulls it off successfully, because that’s even harder. Iron Helix is one game that mostly falls in the “successful” category. Gamers have played characters with guns for decades, but Helix is […]

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Loadstar

Loadstar, an interactive movie from Rocket Science Games, is all about the trials and pitfalls of interplanetary trucking. It follows the story of one brave king of the proverbial space road, Tully “Iron Dog” Bodine, as he’s looking for one last haul so that he can retire and settle down with his sweetcheeks. He’s approached […]

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Mortal Kombat

It’s the version with the blood.

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Phalanx

It’s story time here at JGR, and today’s tale finds myself along with the legendary Static_A_Matic standing in the local Funcoland looking for victims, by which I mean new games to review. Laying in the bin, we come across a game adorned with a picture of an old prospector with a banjo on the cartridge. […]

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