While you were busy drinking last St. Patrick’s day weekend, UEA’s School of Language and Communication Studies hosted a symposium on Japanese computer games and entertainment.
A breakout in the ‘choices matter’ subgenre of games monopolized by Telltale in recent years, Dontnod Entertainment’s Life Is Strange provided a striking look into bullying, domestic conflict, accepting the consequences of ones actions, and the dark, demented side...
Get ready for a new type of business simulation game that does away with the docile banalities of everyday life and instead invites you to incarcerate inmates. You’ll be tasked with designing their living quarters, provide for their needs...
E3 is the year's biggest gaming event. 3 days of press conferences allows developers to give fans the details about what they’ve actually been doing for the last year. Rumours are put to bed, games are pre-ordered, and each...
It isn’t just your local council that has imposed drought restrictions this summer. The games industry is set to renew its annual release slump over the coming months, leaving us to either delve into the cupboard of goodies that is XBox Live Arcade/PSN/Steam, go back to last year’s titles that we missed, or revise.
Gaming editor Sam Emsley comments on the battle to stop piracy.