Paul takes the new expansion for a spin and builds a zoo, amusement park and nature reserve to show what’s on offer.
Paul jumps into Paragon to test the latest fighter to join the hero roster. She’s a bit of a bruiser.
Peter delves into an early dungeon in the RPG-RTS hybrid, SpellForce 3.
Paul takes you through one of the missions in this new weird cartoon character killing game from Next Studio.
Peter attempts to rescue some kids from a Necromancer in Warbanners, a new turn-based tactical combat title.
Paul jumps into the cockpits of Imperial and Rebel ships and takes the Starfighter Assault beta for a spin.
Peter showcases the first campaign mission from this adaptation of Steve Jackson’s (the US, not UK one) Ogre.
This week: It’s the grand finale! If you’re hoping that will mean things will wrap up and make sense, I have bad news.
Skaven Warlord Queek wants to get hold of the Dwarf Gouger, but he needs to hack his way through some bearded ones first.
Peter leads Malekith’s Dark Elves into Lustria, in search of the Supreme Spellshield.
This week on Fahrenheit: It’s The Matrix, basically. Plus child kidnapping.
Peter takes on the adaptive AI clones of Ultra Ultra’s ECHO, and unwittingly teaches them far too many things.
This week: dodging cars, running away from panthers, saving a priest, and visiting the spooky fun fair. Lucas has a busy day.
This week: Lucas finds cupboards are better than beds, Carla visits the asylum, and we learn some dubious Mayan facts.
This week: Lucas on the run, murder at the ‘lavomatic’ (whatever that is), and the folly of hiding under beds.
Peter does a double play-through of an early mission from Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock. Two different outcomes from two tactical approaches.