A misleadingly-named Atari ST magazine, since it went on to fairly extensively cover the Falcon and the Jaguar games console too. Launched as a single magazine combined with Amiga Format (qv) and was initially the dominant force when the mag split in two, but followed the ST's own fortunes closely and faded fast.
EXILE REVIEW - September 1991
Still one of the greatest games of all time, but this review was severely emasculated before publication.
ZONE WARRIOR REVIEW - September 1991
As was this one, except in the other direction. Ultra-conservative ST Format didn't like extremes of anything. Why they employed me is anyone's guess.
WWF EUROPEAN CHALLENGE REVIEW - January 1993
Appalling wrestling game. Like there was any other kind.
TOKI REVIEW - August 1993
I have no idea what I used to see in this game.
CHASE HQ 2 REVIEW - August 1993
"Nightmare disaster of a travesty of decency"
HARDBALL REVIEW - August 1993
Baseball, except even worse.
STRIKE FLEET REVIEW - August 1993
A cracking naval strategy wargame. A sentence you don't hear every day, there.
WORLD CLASS RUGBY REVIEW - October 1993
Another thing ST Format didn't like was reviews written in the first person, an approach taken to absurd lengths with this piece, when all the highly specific references to things I used to do at rugby matches were senselessly converted (obviously using search-and-replace) by a bonehead sub to "Do you remember when you used to go to Murrayfield when you were a boy and sing rude songs at Dusty Hare?" and so on, which quite obviously no-one did remember, since it was me who'd done it.
PITFALL - THE MAYAN ADVENTURE REVIEW - December 1993
Mediocre Jaguar platform game.
WHITE MEN CAN'T JUMP REVIEW - December 1993
Terrible Jaguar basketball game.
DEFENDER 2000 REVIEW - January 1995
Awful Jaguar Defender update.
POWERDRIVE REVIEW - February 1995
Dull Jaguar rallying game.
JAGUAR TOP 10 GAMES FEATURE - November 1995
It was already too late by this point.