Ah, video games. The love that dare not speak its name, at least in many mainstream media. According to TV especially, gaming is about bleeps and bloops as well as about blood and guts. 781 more words
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There’s a distinct dearth of video game programming on television which seems to be down to televisions misunderstanding and fear of video games. Charlie Brooker released Games Wipe back in 2009. 834 more words
Channel 4 took the unusual decision of taking two hours out of their Saturday night schedule to discuss the 25 video games which changed the world. 3,542 more words
For those of you that haven’t seen this, here’s a link to the interview: . Feel free to go watch it.
Are you back? Good, let’s carry on. 499 more words
I thought that I had withdrawn from the world of gaming this summer when I got rid of my Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii. Though a long-time gamer, I am at a stage now where I’m very much nonplussed about having any console let alone getting all sweaty and anxious about having the latest bank-busting behemoth. 490 more words