Posts byFaber Whitehouse

The Death of the Demo

Back when gaming magazines ruled the games journalism space you would often receive a free gift with your purchase of a videogames publication. That free gift, more often than not, would be a demo disc. These discs would contain anything from 10 to 15 demos for upcoming titles. Recently however, with
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Are game delays a good thing?

After a game receives a certain amount of hype, the expectations built up inside gamers and critics, grows and grows. Not only this but the excitement inside gamers grows to such an extent that it is almost unbearable. So you can imagine then, that when a highly anticipated game is
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Uncharted: Golden Abyss Review

The Uncharted series has been used to push the boundaries, whether that’s pushing the hardware to the limits, or bringing the summer blockbuster experience to the living room and into the hands of many a gamer. Developed by Naughty Dog, one of Sony’s most revered first party studios, the Uncharted trilogy
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Why the gaming industry needs indie developers

Every year multiple triple-A titles are released from a plethora of different studios. In 2013 alone Treyarch has released Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Naughty Dog have released The Last of Us, Irrational games gave us Bioshock Infinite, and of course Rockstar delivered a knockout punch with Grand Theft Auto V.  All of these
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My time with the Oculus Rift

In recent months a piece of hardware has caused a major stir in the industry, with people calling it, “The Future of Gaming” and “The Next big leap forward”. This hardware is the Oculus Rift, and yesterday I went hands on with this marvelous piece of technology at the Eurogamer Expo in London.
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