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Trailer Released for The Gamechangers from the BBC

by Daniel Delargyon 04/09/2015
Now, most of the entertainment news comes from America, with the exception of certain geeky-British shows such as Doctor Who and Sherlock. This is something entirely different, but still entirely geeky and wholly interesting. Made by the BBC, The Gamechangers is a 90-minute dramatisation of the legal battle between Rockstar and Jack Thompson, the US lawyer who sought tighter […]

Freeware: 5 classic video games that you can legally play for nothing

by James Woodheadon 10/03/2014
In a time when DRM, always-online controls and plenty of other anti-piracy measures (yes EA, we’re looking at you!) are causing controversy in the gaming world, the idea of free-to-play games seems to fly in the face of convention. However some offerings are more high profile and far more recent than you might expect. Freeware, for those […]

MOGA Pocket Android Controller

by James Buckinghamon 17/01/2014
Mobile gaming for me has always been a little hit-or-miss. Every now and again you’ll get that addictive little gem that uses the touch screen really well, but they’re often shortlived and I lose interest really quickly. Games in general hold my attention more when they’re on a console – the genres of games available […]

Isometrics: Video Games: Influence or Influencer?

by David Roseon 15/01/2014
  Once again violence and the corrupting influence of video games has formed a mild moral panic. But in the odd relationship between game and player, who’s really in charge? Isometrics investigates…     Welcome to Isometrics, a canted canter through the crisp crunch of that literary side of gaming. This time, it’s time to […]

Grand Theft Auto V launch roundup: breaking records, best deals and just a little controversy

by Sai Mealingon 17/09/2013
After  years of anticipation, teaser trailers and rumor, the biggest entertainment title release of the year has finally arrived and players across the world have Grand Theft Auto V in their hands. Despite some really nasty weather conditions across the UK, fans came out in force last night with hope of being one of the […]

Grand Theft Auto V Review

by Sai Mealingon 15/09/2013
“This guy Trevor, he’s hell on Earth. I mean I’m no angel but once you’ve met Trevor then you’ll think I’m an angel”. Michael looks into Franklin’s eyes with genuine fear. Bruised, exhausted and shivering in only an undershirt, he knows that his retirement is finally over and he’s back in the game. Worse still, […]

Geek Deals: Grand Theft Auto IV Complete Edition for £6.49 on the PlayStation Store

by Sai Mealingon 23/08/2013
If you’re one of those who can’t wait for GTA V to land next month (and let’s face it, we’re all only human) or you’re new to the series and own a PS3 then today could be your lucky day. Grand Theft Auto IV is currently available on the PlayStation Store for the insane price […]

Looking Back At The Saint’s Row Series

by James Buckinghamon 31/07/2013
I’ve always been a massive fan of open-world (aka “sandbox) games, mainly because of the freedom they provide to do what you like, be it partake in missions, or attempt ridiculous bike jumps and side quests. The first title I remember playing in this manner was Grand Theft Auto III, followed by such titles as […]

Can you say “Star Wars: Battlefront 3”?

by TheSlasherJunkieon 07/05/2013
If you’re a fan of “Knights of the Old Republic” or “Battlefront“, then you’ll want to read this. Like many journos these days, I get my news via Facebook. While scrolling through, one of my gamer pages posted a link from CNN by way of WIRED.  In the headline, they gave us an update about […]

Michael, Franklin, and Trevor: New GTA V Trailers and Character Reveal

by Sai Mealingon 30/04/2013
If you’re wondering why the Internet may have temporarily melted for a brief period this afternoon then that’s because Rockstar just dropped three new trailers and character reveals for Grand Theft Auto V. Set for release on September 17th, the trailers feature the stories of three protagonists. Michael is a wealthy and middle aged ex-con, explaining his boredom […]