Videogames

Looking back at 2005's The Punisher Videogame

Kyle McManus Feature Jul 16, 2015

This often forgotten Marvel gem lets you hit people with sharks. What's not to love?

Revisiting the Nintendo Game Boy

Katie Wong Feature Jul 28, 2015

Before you could be antisocial by playing on your phone, there was the Gameboy. We take a fond look back at the Nintendo classic...

Looking back at the Discworld videogame

Andrew Blair Feature May 8, 2015

The videogame of Terry Pratchett's Discworld remains - well, let's go with 'not very easy'...

Frustrating games in videogame history

Jamie Andrew Feature Aug 20, 2014

From the 1980s to the 21st century, Jamie takes us on a guided tour of the most frustrating videogames he's encountered so far...

7 videogames that changed during development

Ryan Lambie Odd List Jun 19, 2014

From Super Mario Bros to Devil May Cry, we delve into the past to pick out 7 games that changed considerably as they were developed...

The James Clayton Column: Unlikely movie videogame tie-ins

James Clayton Feature Sep 14, 2012

Tie-in videogames usually accompany major blockbusters, but what about more left-field movies? Magic Mike: The Videogame, anyone?

The growing influence of videogames on movies

Ryan Lambie News Jan 23, 2012

As videogames have grown in popularity, their influence is becoming increasingly apparent in the movies. Ryan takes a look at how games have affected film...

Why videogames are to blame for absolutely everything bad that has ever happened, ever

Ryan Lambie News Aug 15, 2011

As Noel Gallagher becomes the latest celebrity to denounce the evils of videogames, we examine whether the medium really is the root cause of all society’s ills…

Why videogames haven’t grown up yet: Choice

Harry Slater News Mar 28, 2011

Harry continues his look at the growth of videogames with a look at how moral and narrative choices affect the games we play…

Why videogames haven't grown up yet: violence

Harry Slater News Mar 23, 2011

Killing things has been woven into the fabric of videogaming since its earliest days. But where, Harry asks, can games go from here?

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