The crap (in a funky, skillo sort of way) Spectrum magazine. The least cynical games mag in the history of the universe, so I hope you'll forgive me for adopting a slightly less brutal style than usual in these pieces. Though if you don't, you can piss off. (That's our Stuart - Ed)
THE YS ALL-TIME TOP 100 - July-November 1991
SEQUELS FEATURE - January 1992
A feature on sequels that I don't even remember writing, far less whether it appeared in the magazine or not. I imagine so, but don't quote me.
ITALIA '90 REVIEW - March 1992
A football game.
GOLDEN AXE REVIEW - March 1992
A beat 'em-up.
IVAN 'IRONMAN' STEWART'S SUPER OFF ROAD REVIEW - March 1992
If I had 10p for every time I've reviewed this in my career, I'd have been reviewing it for New Computer Express, probably.
VENDETTA REVIEW - April 1992
A fighting game of some sort. I remember nothing of it.
ST DRAGON REVIEW - April 1992
A classy shoot-'em-up ruined.
MIDNIGHT RESISTANCE REVIEW - April 1992
Not tonight thanks, I've got a haddock.
NAVY MOVES REVIEW - April 1992
The usual impossibly hard Dinamic romp.
THE SPY WHO LOVED ME REVIEW - May 1992
Would make a great musical starring Eddie Izzard as Kim Philby. They'd have to spell it "Revue", of course.
SHADOW WARRIORS REVIEW - May 1992
Great Speccy conversion of an awful game.
MANCHESTER UNITED REVIEW - May 1992
SKATE WARS REVIEW - May 1992
Why it's great to be a boy.
SLY SPY SECRET AGENT REVIEW - June 1992
Isn't MAME great?
ZOIDS REVIEW - June 1992
Revenge at last for the cruel deception of Crash.
ITALY 1990 REVIEW - June 1992
Not the same as Italia '90.
PRO TENNIS TOUR REVIEW - July 1992
SUPERCARS REVIEW - July 1992
Cars can be super, can't they?
NIGHTBREED REVIEW - July 1992
Shitebreed, more like. Goodnight everybody!
GRAEME SOUNESS SOCCER MANAGER REVIEW - August 1992
No Backgammon in sight, unfortunately.
PUZZNIC REVIEW - unknown
"In accordance with the laws of gravity"
FOOTBALL MANAGER 3 REVIEW - November 1992
Another outing for the classic "last word in" joke.
THE FORGOTTEN ONES - July 1993
A feature on the Spectrum games lost to time, from the Big Final Issue.