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What is early access, and is it worth your money?

by Lendosanon 03/06/2015
"In essence Early Access gaming as replaced the demo game, granted at the cost of half of a full game."

Minecraft Creator Notch Debuts A New… Game?

by The_Dark_Mikeon 09/06/2014
If you don’t know anything about Minecraft you probably had a lobotomy in the last 3 years. The wildly successful game has sold over 50 Million copies worldwide and is smashing records at every given opportunity. Its creator, Markus “Notch” Persson has been working on a new game for a while now, after the legally […]

Surviving in The Forest: The top-selling PC game that proves there is still life in survival horror

by Sai Mealingon 08/06/2014
  After watching the world crash around you, you awake on a wrecked plane only to be greeted by a local wearing nothing but some leaves around his waist. Confidently, he looks into your eyes, picks up the child lying next to you and then turns around and leaves. Like it or not, you’re in […]

Okay, You Really Can Quit Minecraft Now

by The_Dark_Mikeon 26/04/2014
Around a year ago, before I became the Geek Pride Tour De Force I am now, I told you all to stop playing minecraft. Well, surprisingly enough, you didn’t listen. And I’m extremely glad you didn’t, as it led to this unbelievable feat: Behold, Denmark:   There are no words. This is a 1:1 scale […]

100 Million Minecrafters

by Andrew Corbanon 26/02/2014
Last night, Minecraft creator Markus “Notch” Persson announced a massive milestone via his twitter account. I got an email. We’ve reached 100 million registered users on the original Minecraft. 14.3% conversion rate to paid accounts. Wow. 😀 <3 — Markus Persson (@notch) February 25, 2014 The original Minecraft referred to in the Tweet is the PC/Mac […]

Starbound: To Infinity And Beyond

by Callum Tyndallon 17/12/2013
I’ve never played Terraria. And while I enjoy Minecraft, I’ve always been fairly casual about it, never one of those people building themselves replicas of the USS Enterprise. And when Starbound was released I genuinely had no intention of buying it. Then, as is so often the case with me, a friend suggested it might […]

LAGC Update: Colleen Clinkenbeard Confirmed as Guest

by Phil_Matthewson 09/12/2013
Voice actor and Director Colleen Clinkenbeard is the first guest of honour confirmed for the LAGC in February 2014 – The single event, consisting of both the London Anime Con and the London Gaming Con. Coleen has worked on over over 100 anime and video game titles. As a voice actor in anime, she is […]

The Fall (& Rise?) of the MMO

by Rik O'Neillon 20/08/2013
About ten years ago (give or take a decade) there was one genre of PC game that epitomized geekdom. That genre was the MMORPG. The refuge of the socially awkward and the morbidly obese (according to the popular press) these addictive online games thwarted the ambitions of students (who ended up spending hundreds of hours […]

Episode 153 – Offending pretty much everyone!

by Andrew Corbanon 09/08/2013
New Gameovercast Podcast is online. Press the link below orrrrrr, as always, subscribe on I-Tunes to listen [quote] Episode 153 is up and at them, and it’s one of our funniest, most offensive ones in a long time. In Games we talk Ace Combat Air Assault, Last of us, SWTOR, Hitman, Jay struggles with his new Minecraft addiction, […]

You need to stop playing Minecraft

by The_Dark_Mikeon 07/06/2013
Minecraft, for those of you in that have spent the last two years hiding in a bunker from nuclear fallout/Superman is essentially a Lego survival horror game where you play as a nondescript terrified survivor (or Steve to his friends) who can build whatever your imagination can dream up; an underground railway, a secret Bat […]