Overdue Reviews: Network Q RAC Rally Championship

A view through the windscreen of a rally car onto a quite pixellated tarmac road.

Overdue Reviews is an occasional series in which I pretend to be a videogame journalist. This week: Network Q RAC Rally Championship on PC.

Prior to the rallying revolution that was 1998's Colin McRae Rally the nineties was a bit thin on the ground for decent rally games. The overly named Network Q RAC Rally Championship was therefore quite an exciting thing, particularly as it featured a stage near where I grew up.

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Overdue Reviews: Darker

A screenshot from Darker, showing the view from an aircraft over a city.

Overdue Reviews is an occasional series in which I pretend to be a videogame journalist. This week: Darker on PC.

Darker was a futuristic space simulator published in the mid nineties. I had a demo of it. It was unique and fascinating. I was captivated.

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Let's recap the plots of some 80s cartoons

The main characters of Ulysses 31, wearing space helmets and looking dramatic.

I recently stumbled upon a cartoon I used to watch as a kid and all kinds of memories started flooding back. It was an era of colourful characters, rigid action figures and impractical but very cool vehicles.

I was left wondering if the shows I remember with misty eyed nostalgia are still as good as I once thought they were. Let's find out.

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Still game? Sam and Max Hit the Road

Sam, the dog in a suit, and Max, the rabbity thing, at a shooting range.

Still Game? is an occasional series in which I replay a game from my youth, to see if it really is as good as I remembered. This week: Sam and Max Hit the Road on PC.

Sometimes I replay these games out of a genuine curiousity, but I'm pretty sure that this one is still going to be brilliant. Right? I mean, c'mon. It's Sam and Max.

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