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Thomas Was Alone Review - IBTimes

645 days 16 hours ago - "Like Thomas, John and the rest of the rectangles, Thomas Was Alone locks its style, gameplay and writing together. It's an attractive game - your... | Review | PS3


Cut the Rope CEO: Lack of Creativity Will Kill Mobile Gaming

645 days 18 hours ago - IBTimes UK speaks to Misha Lyalin, CEO of Cut the Rope maker Zeptolab, about how to be successful in mobile gaming. | Interview | iPhone


Dead Island: Riptide Review - IBTimes UK

647 days 23 hours ago - "Dead Island: Riptide is rubbish. It's really bad. An A or maybe AA zombie game that a decade ago would have occupied shelf space between Operation... | Review | PC


Mobile Game of the Week - Cut the Rope: Time Travel - IBTimes

649 days 23 hours ago - "The only negative thing to say is that Cut the Rope feels...just kind of benign. It's just meh; this little throwaway toy that you keep on your ph... | Review | iPhone


Visit CGMagazine: The Culture of Games

Now - CGM is for the mature audience of comics and games that wants more out of their media than just a review score. | Promoted post

Why Games Matter Blog - Why the Formalists and Zinesters are Both Wrong

651 days 23 hours ago - Ed Smith of IBTimes writes: "The contention between these two groups (which, of course, not everyone fits neatly into) stems from, as I said, the d... | Opinion piece | Culture


BioShock Infinite - Critical Roundup

657 days 9 hours ago - Despite stacks of positive reviews, critics have been divided over BioShock Infinite's treatment of racism and violence. Here, IBTimes UK rounds up... | Article | PC


Adam Orth Was Right: We Need to Deal with Always-Online

657 days 16 hours ago - Adam Orth, creative director at Microsoft Studios, resigned earlier this week after outraging consumers with comments about the next Xbox needing t... | Article | PS4


Worst Company Award Reflects Badly on Gamers, not EA

659 days 13 hours ago - Ed Smith of IBTimes writes: "Oh come off it, seriously. EA the worst company in America? Are you sure? What about the companies that makes bombs an... | Opinion piece | Culture


Why Games Matter - BioShock Infinite: Player vs. Developer

672 days 9 hours ago - Ed Smith of IBTimes UK writes: "Playing BioShock Infinite, you can tell that, in the next few years, reams of academic material on it are going to... | Opinion piece | PC


Going Overground: The Risks and Rewards of Indies Going Mainstream

673 days 5 hours ago - Ahead of the Independent Games Festival awards, IBTimes UK talks to Cart Life developer Richard Hofmeier and Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell... | Article | PC


IBTimes UK BioShock Infinite Review

675 days 18 hours ago - "This is not quite the videogame I expect a lot of people were hoping it would be. It's not The One. In a AAA market still saturated by run-of-the-... | Review | PC


Why Games Matter Blog - Access Denied: Why Valve's Early Access is a Bad Idea

678 days 23 hours ago - Ed Smith of IBTimes UK writes: "Like anyone else who's so much as stood near Half-Life 2, I love Valve. As one of the few big studios out there tha... | Opinion piece | PC


The Time Games Helped me Come Out

678 days 23 hours ago - Ed Smith of The Escapist writes: "Thank your lucky anal beads that we have computer games, in my experience at least, one of the safest, cleanes... | Article | Culture


The Best Amendment Explores Gun Violence From Both Sides

680 days 20 hours ago - "After 26 teachers and children were shot dead in Connecticut last year, the debate around American gun laws has never been hotter. In Washington,... | Article | PC


Violence in Videogames is Boring say Hotline Miami Creators

681 days 6 hours ago - Ahead of the Indie Games Festival and GDC, Jonatan Söderström and Dennis Wedin talk about violence in Hotline Miami and the state of the indies ver... | Article | PC


IBTimes - Gears of War: Judgment Review

682 days 18 hours ago - "The game isn't quite sure what it wants to be, bundling together loads of different types of "content" into a single confused package. The secular... | Review | Xbox 360


Why Games Matter Blog - At Last, Women!

686 days 21 hours ago - Ed Smith of IBTimes UK writes: "The incredibly patronising point I'm trying to labour here is that computer games are for women, too, whether i... | Opinion piece | Culture


Analysis: Is the Piston Worth $1000?

688 days 1 hour ago - "A powerful micro-computer, the Piston fills the role of Valve's long-rumoured, though still elusive Steambox, by allowing users to play downloaded... | Article | Tech


Ian Livingstone Says Teachers "Sadly Not" Equipped for New ICT Curriculum

689 days 8 hours ago - "Anyone reading this aged between 20 and 30 is bound to remember the relentless dullery of ICT classes. The most dreaded point in the school timeta... | Interview | Tech


Why Games Matter - The Game Baftas Are Brilliant

692 days 20 hours ago - Ed Smith of IBTimes UK writes: "The industry shouldn't be afraid of showing off games like Assassin's Creed, Dishonored and Far Cry to the general... | Opinion piece | Culture


The New Nintendo 3DS XL Is Here

Now - Is the system worth your hard earned money? | Promoted post
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