Overture, Curtain, Lights, This is it, Chris reviews both of Kemco's Bugs Bunny games on the NES and has a look at the Crazy Castle series as a whole.
Chris takes a look at a thrilling mystery novel by one of Newfoundland's up and coming authors, Stacey Oakley.
Chris reviews the first in a trilogy by a fellow Newfoundland & Labrador fantasy author. See what he thought of Andrew Marc Rowe's The Hammer of the Gods.
Chris has a look at the collected work of Newfoundland & Labrador photographer extraordinaire Ray Mackey.
It's time to set out on an adventure the likes of which you have never seen in this new installment exploring the world of Game Arts' 1999 PS1 JRPG Grandia.
If you're looking to get your hands on physical copies of Gold & Steel's first two volumes, then you will want to find yoru way to Chapters on Kenmount Road in St. John's. Alongside an amazing array of authors in the local section, you'll find As Fierce as Steel and The Worth of Gold front... Continue Reading →
Chris gets back in the ring, the virtual ring, that is, to take on four classic Nintendo 64 game made by the AKI Corporation. It's time for No Mercy, and then some!
Chris sits down for a look at an action RPG that takes some strange and shocking turns. Read on for the full scoop on Quintet's weird middle child of the Gaia trilogy.
Chris takes a stroll through all three Donkey Kong Country titles for the SNES. Grab a vine and swing on in to see what he thought of the trilogy.
You might have noticed something different here on the page lately, and that was a new post about an old video game named Chrono Cross. Going forward, Chris and contributors and guests to Gold & Steel will be posting reviews of all sorts of media. Check back to see what we'll be taking a look... Continue Reading →