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Forgotten Gems of Gaming: DESTRUCTION DERBY

Before the likes of Burnout, and over a decade since classics such as Spy Hunter, came the absolute jewel that is Destruction Derby.…
By Robert Nichol

Art Perspective: Gaming Tattoos

A growing phenomenon within the gaming community is game related tattoos, whether it is an 8-bit heart from The Legend of Zelda or the cake from Portal!…
By Robert Nichol

Art Perspective: QWOP

Dr. Bennett Foddy teaches bioethics at Oxford during the day and makes brilliantly simple yet progressive and thought provoking game in his spare time. Through his website; the doctor releases free to play flash games that are unlike any other.…
By Robert Nichol

Art Perspective: Distractionware

Sometimes it can be hard to see the gaming industry as much more than the stream of high budget titles, but there is a whole world without any sort of budget; this is the land of indie gaming.…
By Robert Nichol

Forgotten Gems of Gaming: THEME PARK

In the good old days of 1994 a small developer from UK, responsible for a stunning array of titles, released an absolute classic into the video game world.…
By Robert Nichol

The Power of Two: Why PORTAL 3 Shouldn't Be Made

Even though the craving for another Portal game is huge, with the idea of more puzzles and comedic adventures seaming so welcome, perhaps it is better to leave the franchise alone thus leaving players cherished memories untouched.…
By Robert Nichol

10 Games That Deserve XBLA/PSN Remakes

With HD remakes continuing to be popular on Xbox Live Arcade and Playstation Network, here's a selection of 10 games that we'd like to see brought back.…
By Stephen Leigh

Top Seven Life-Changing Ideas In Games

There are moments in games that make us think games are outstanding and are as legitimate a source of artistic endeavour as Four Weddings And a Funeral, or whatever film it is that Rockstar wish they’d made. Here are seven such moments...…
By guest writer