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The Game Awards 2015: Most notable

by Daniel Delargyon 06/12/2015
With ‘The Game Awards 2015’ came a flurry of new trailers and sneak peeks. First up, we had a new trailer for ‘Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End‘; now this footage has actually brought up a controversial topic. The character we are introduced to, Nadine Ross, is black…but her voice actress, Laura Bailey, is white. Now, the […]

E3 2014: PlayStation Press Conference

by Sai Mealingon 10/06/2014
    Arriving at the end of Day Zero, the Sony press conference has been traditionally seen as the pinnacle one of E3 for the last few years. Although Nintendo’s presentation usually follows on the next day, Sony mark the end of the business day on which most of the major publishers play their best cards. […]

Welcome to E3 2014: Watch it live here

by Sai Mealingon 09/06/2014
At last one of the biggest weeks in the geek calendar has finally come around again. The world’s gaming press and major developers and publishers have all descended on the Los Angeles Convention Center again to deliver four days of enticing footage and non-stop marketing spiel. E3 Day Zero is like Christmas Day in the […]

Young Liars: Graphic Novel Review -5 GPP

by Stephen Breweron 30/01/2013
So, why am I reviewing Young Liars? A series that many people, it seems, still don’t know about it. Well, it’s because it has me confused, conflicted. In other series such as DMZ or Transmetropolitan I’ve associated with the characters and enjoy how they are portrayed. I enjoy their style and their writing; I really want to read more. Young Liars is different, because its author, David Lapham (Creator of Stray Bullets), has managed to create an air of suspense. I now have questions that won’t go away and I must ...

30 Days of Video Games. – Day 2 – My Favourite Character

by Matt Gearyon 21/01/2012
30 Days of Video Games. Day 2. My Favourite Character  I wonder why it is, that only a few of the many great Video Game characters stay with us and the rest simply fade into obscurity. Some we simply remember because they don’t let you forget, bombarding us with title after title and game after game; […]