Erm… oops, meant to keep posting whenever i got a new RG and missed a couple!
Issue 82 covers a flick screen conversion of Stormlord for the Oric Atmos, a nice match three puzzler on the Spectrum called Magic Tokens, Uwol: Quest For Money on the C64 (and that game is getting everywhere! and the rather cheeky Halo 2600. The Flash Boredom was Dino Strike, a Nindendo DS conversion of Lode Runner that proved remarkably hard to play, Avatar Squadron representing for the horizontal scrolling shooters and the rather spiffy Robotz DX for the PC, an enhanced remake of Robotz from the ST.
Issue 83 has reviews of graphical adventure Orion Prime for the Amstrad CPC, Qbiqs for the MSX (which is based on Quarth), puzzler Morph on the C64 and the Atari 8-bit gets Little 15, a picture shuffling game. The Flash game is a 2D NES rendition of H.A.W.X. 2 (which probably plays better than the game it promotes) and there are reviews of L’Abbaye Des Morts (whose author Locomalito agreed to an interview as well), Wally Week in Medication Mania and an XBLIG blaster called Inferno
And over the weekend there was an update to Oldschool Gaming that added reviews for Hobgoblin (Atari 8-bit), Sewer Rat (Amstrad CPC), Slubberdegullion (Spectrum), Sokoban (VIC 20) and Super Cobra (C64).