What are you playing at the moment?
I am kinda drifting between Black Ops 2, Alien Spidy and Poker Night 2. I also feel like a bit of a traitor as I’ve been playing quite a bit of Nintendo Land and... Continue Reading »
Do you know the Mortal Kombat typeface from the Halo font? Well check out the below image of game letters and without cheating how many can you name? If you liked this, then check out the official app... Continue Reading »
Tucked away in a small corner of the Xbox Live Marketplace, the Indie Games section is a little haven for budding developers to show off their wares. This week, we have no elderly retiring games, just... Continue Reading »
Tiny Tina, easily the best character in Borderlands 2! Fan and artist Adrien Debos has paid homage to her by creating a graphic novel titled ‘The adventures of (not so) Tiny Tina’. The comic... Continue Reading »
Rock & Roll Queen, It’s a Party & No Goodbyes, just a selection of my favourite songs by The Subways, one of my favourite bands. Imagine my delight when their front man Billy agreed to be... Continue Reading »
Every time we boot into one of those austere blemishes of mediocrity known as a ‘first person shooter multiplayer’, we are affronted with the glories of the sniper rifle. Call of Duty, Battlefield,... Continue Reading »
Ah the glitch, friend and foe to gamers everywhere, we’ve all experienced the glitch from the most painful game breaking ones to those that have you laughing out loud or reaching for your phone to... Continue Reading »
I am speed, that’s what I had been telling myself all day, after all that’s what my Sunday evening was going to be all about at GAME Lewisham’s GRID 2 lock in.
I was joined by a gang... Continue Reading »
The Community Spotlight is back, and this week we are featuring one of our regular visitors Sean, also known as Cockney Charmer.
What are you playing at the moment?
Going back and playing some gems from... Continue Reading »
Remember those iconic ladybird books we used to read as children featuring your favourite nursery rhythms or fairytale folk? Well the illustrator Joebot, who can be found over on Etsy, has drawn up some... Continue Reading »
Call of Juarez is back with hopes of breathing new life into the series by breaking it down and stripping it back to its roots
Call of Juarez is one of the most well-known western shooters out there, but... Continue Reading »
Optimal power strategies (the equivalent to a noob-tube in Call of Duty) has been present since Honda’s Hundred Hand Slap
They’ve been with us for generation upon generation, and have slowly but surely... Continue Reading »
Last week, Cevat Yerli, head honcho over at Crytek, took a rather controversial position by saying that graphics are more important than gameplay, earning the ire and plaudits of many within the gaming... Continue Reading »
Remember that one game trailer that tickled you, had you on the edge of your seat and discussing a game with your friends for two months? Remember when that game sucked? That’s because of a little issue... Continue Reading »
Hold your fire! I know I’m about to be called a bigoted, stuffy, cisgendered moron but please read the rest of the article before telling me how ignorant I am; I’d just like to start by saying I do... Continue Reading »
I find feminism really interesting, especially in the history of media. It’s interesting to look back over the last few decades of film for example, and see how the depictions of women have changed over... Continue Reading »
At some point in our lives, we’ve all heard the phrase coined ‘a leopard never changes its spots’; the phrase is used in such an abject way it always gives us the impression that there’s something... Continue Reading »
To celebrate today’s XBLA launch of Terraria we have an XCN exclusive Q&A with David Welch, the producer of the XBLA version of the game!
1. How does Terraria differ on the Xbox 360 to what we’ve... Continue Reading »
In recent years we’ve witnessed the MMO scene blow-up and become one of the most congested, yet brilliant genres to grace gaming. Despite the genre’s exponential growth, each game follows the same... Continue Reading »