The Show Behind The Show

While people come to LA every year for the Electronic Entertainment Expo, and the games contained within, I think sometimes we miss the culture and stories surrounding the event. Being the grand spectacle that E3 is, it attracts a vast array of personalities, and like any jungle, the interaction of the different species is always

Neversoft Officially A Call of Duty Developer

Ever since the ‘final’ Guitar Hero game was released back in 2010, and Activision practically either killed off or let go of its music game developers (such as DJ Hero devs Freestyle Games, who are working on new things!), the fate of Neversoft wasn’t exactly made clear. There were rumours that what was left of

Games of E3: The Wrap Post

The biggest issue with E3 is that you kinda know what’s coming. There’s going to be a new Call of Duty, a new FIFA, a new Assassins Creed. Games like these have become constants in our industry, and while people continue to buy them, they will continue to be made. Honestly, I don’t mind sequels.

EA Interested In Possible SSX Sequel

2012’s been a weird year for EA so far. Their attempts at bringing back some of their older IP have been all over the shop – SSX was certainly good, but then you had things like Starbreeze’s Syndicate game, and the quietly released FIFA Street. So it comes as something of a surprise to hear

New Game Plus – S01E08

Post E3 and Jason and Kirsty are on a plane heading home. But with the Magic of TV we still manage to bring you another massive episode. We have reviews of Dragon's Dogma, Ghost Recon, Yakuza Dead Souls and RSVP Solitaire. PLUS we coverer 2012's Shadowloo Showdown event and Jamie's gamers guide take us to