Using recent examples, Editor in Chief Daniel Lynch hopes to explore why gaming is the media scapegoat for societal problems, and where it perhaps began.
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Games being difficult was previously a given. Arcade games in particular tended to ramp up the difficulty as they progressed in order to keep gamers coming back for more.
Adam El Araby braves the horror to give you the verdict on EA’s latest release.
Adam El Araby imagines what’s to come in 2011 for the games industry.
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Gamers are often accused of perhaps not being the most progressive, all-encompassing folks. A few minutes on Xbox Live is probably sufficient research to write an encyclopaedia of offensive phrases and probably discover some new ones too..
Adam El Araby – It’s hard to watch TV, read a magazine or even browse the web at the moment without being subjected to the ridiculous sight someone flailing their arms manically, jogging on the spot or rolling around the ground like a dog. What’s the cause of all this extraneous exertion?
With the recent news that Viacom are looking to sell Harmonix, the originators of the Guitar Hero series and current developers of Rock Band, it seems that the end may be coming for the Playing-Along-To-Music-With-Plastic-Instruments genre of games
Call of Duty is the Goliath of the video game world. The series has sold millions of copies and catapulted itself from a solid World War II shooter to the sprawling multiplayer playground and Hollywood-style campaign that we know today. Call of Duty: Black Ops takes much of what made Modern Warfare 2 great and slightly expands and modifies it.
Damien O’Rourke discovers that gaming lends you life skills – and not just in CoD…