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The very weird resurgence of “Bee Movie”

by trekkiemarkon 28/11/2016
“According to all known laws of aviation there is no way a bee should be able to fly. Its wings are too small to get its fat little body off the ground. The bee, of course, flies anyway because bees don’t care what humans think is impossible.” In 2007 Dreamworks Animation produced Bee Movie, a fairly standard anthropomorphic animal kids CG animated […]

Five Games That Should get the Remastering Treatment

by Lauren Crofton 04/03/2016
Recently it seems like an influx lot of games are getting the remastering treatment for new generation consoles, some of them which personally I think are not necessary and some which I’m really looking forward to. I’ve quickly put together a list of completely different titles that I think would also benefit from a remastering, more […]

Joking Hazard Kickstarter campaign

Joking Hazard – A Kickstarter from Cyanide and Happiness

by jollinson 16/02/2016
https://ksr-video.imgix.net/projects/2294772/video-632202-h264_high.mp4   Over the years there have been many successful campaigns on Kickstarter supporting card games. Just recently The Oatmeal successfully funded their popular game “Exploding Kittens” which was able to reach $8,782,571 before ending. At the time that was record breaking but other projects have since moved on to raise even more! Explosm have taken to […]

TOP 5 classic hex based War games

by Matt Gearyon 29/08/2014
A lot of younger PC wargamers will look at the following with a mixture of confusion and amusement. Hex based wargames… on the PC, turn based, bitmap graphics?! Are you having a bloody Giraffe?! That’s right ladies and gents, these are the games of my childhood and games I will still happily play now. It wasn’t […]

It’s a deal: The dark world of underground Steam game trading

by Sai Mealingon 23/06/2014
If you’re like me then you probably view each Steam sale with simultaneous hope and dread. On the one hand, you can’t wait to add some more games to a collection that is already far bigger than it should be and but you also dread the state of your bank balance by the time it’s all […]

Watch_Dogs: Who watches the Watch_Dogs?

by Sai Mealingon 13/02/2014
Since E3 2012, three console launches have been and gone and a next generation war between Microsoft and Sony has broken in full force, but one game has still managed to grab immediate media attention above everything else. When Ubisoft first showed off Watch_Dogs in the Los Angeles Convention Centre the mainstream games press were […]

EGX Rezzed scheduled for 28-30th March 2014 at Birmingham NEC

by Sai Mealingon 05/02/2014
  Following their highly successful annual #EGX event in London, Eurogamer are planning this year’s EGX Rezzed for 28th – 30th March at the NEC in Birmingham. Whereas #EGX (formerly Eurogamer Expo) has become the UK’s closest equivalent to E3 and almost a second Gamescom in the European games industry calendar, Rezzed is a smaller […]