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  • Spec Ops: The Line reviews go live: all scores here

    Reviews for Yager’s Spec Ops: The Line are going live. Get every score after the break.

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  • Explosive Alan Productions' Project Possum surpasses funding goal

    Explosive Alan Productions, which was formed by members of the now defunct Inside Xbox team, has raised $16,762 towards a new multi-format show which for the time being is codenamed Project Possum. Formed by Ashley Denton, Dan Maher and Gareth Wild, the fellas asked for contributions to the project via IndieGoGo instead of Kickstarter – […]

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  • IGN Asia Pacific up and running

    Following the launch last month of its site servicing the Middle East, IGN has signed a licensing deal with Blah! Asia – a division of Spiral Media – to publish IGN Asia Pacific. The site is available in three languages: English, Chinese Mandarin and Malay and will cater to ten markets including Singapore, Malaysia, the […]

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  • EG interviews Snoop Dogg, wins E3

    This wins E3. EG’s Rob ‘Bertie’ Purchase interviewed Snoop Dogg at the show after Namco announced a collaboration with the rapper in Tekken Tag Tournament 2. Words are not required for this: just watch and bawl your eyes out in laughter for the next four minutes here. Pack it up, guys: no other interview will […]

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  • Imagine merges 360 Magazine into X360

    Imagine’s announced its merged 360 Magazine and X360 together under the latter brand. The first issue since the merger will launch on July 11 with Dan Howdle leading the team as editor and Rick Porter as EIC. Both magazines seen recent drops in the last round of ABC results. Thanks, GI International.

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  • Future vet Binns launches Network N

    James Binns, formerly of Future Publishing, has launches his new venture this morning, known as Network N.

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  • CVG launches dedicated Australian portal

    Future Publishing Australia has officially debuted its Australian CVG team.

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  • Dave Scammell heads to Videogamer from Gamerzines

    “Sexcee” Dave Scammell has joined Videogamer as its new staff writer, heading the other way from Gamerzines.

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  • Future announce Edge Magazine staff changes

    Future Publishing has announced some staff changes and shuffles to Edge magazine, promoting Alex Wiltshire to Editor and appointing Nathan Brown as Online Editor.

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  • Musical chairs: Intent and Future shuffle staffing

    Today’s seems to be the day for games journalism job announcements, with Intent Media and Future both announcing a number of staff changes and hires.

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  • Inside Xbox vets announce formation of Explosive Alan Productions

    Inside Xbox vets Dan Maher, Ashley Denton and Gareth Wild have formed a new production company called Explosive Alan Productions. Details are scarce at the moment, but the group will be filming the Square Enix community event tomorrow. Microsoft halted production of Indie Xbox earlier this month, much to the dismay of the community. Thanks, […]

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  • IGN Middle East launched

    IGN and T-Break Media have launched IGN Middle East which will service 15 countries in the Middle East and North Africa region, including United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Egypt and Morocco and its “potential audience of more than 340 million people.” The site will be headed up by Abbas Jaffar Ali, formerly […]

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  • Future reshuffles games team, Clark becomes group senior editor

    Future has announced a restructure in its games editorial team in order to increase its digital business.

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  • Rock, Paper, Shotgun records 2.1 million UB in March

    PC blog Rock, Paper, Shotgun has announced an ABC audit readership figure of 2.15 million unique browsers in March 2012.

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Journalism Latest

  • Spec Ops: The Line reviews go live: all scores here

    Reviews for Yager’s Spec Ops: The Line are going live. Get every score after the break.

  • Explosive Alan Productions’ Project Possum surpasses funding goal

    Explosive Alan Productions, which was formed by members of the now defunct Inside Xbox team, has raised $16,762 towards a new multi-format show which for the time being is codenamed Project Possum. Formed by Ashley Denton, Dan Maher and Gareth Wild, the fellas asked for contributions to the project via IndieGoGo instead of Kickstarter – […]

  • IGN Asia Pacific up and running

    Following the launch last month of its site servicing the Middle East, IGN has signed a licensing deal with Blah! Asia – a division of Spiral Media – to publish IGN Asia Pacific. The site is available in three languages: English, Chinese Mandarin and Malay and will cater to ten markets including Singapore, Malaysia, the […]

  • EG interviews Snoop Dogg, wins E3

    This wins E3. EG’s Rob ‘Bertie’ Purchase interviewed Snoop Dogg at the show after Namco announced a collaboration with the rapper in Tekken Tag Tournament 2. Words are not required for this: just watch and bawl your eyes out in laughter for the next four minutes here. Pack it up, guys: no other interview will […]

  • Imagine merges 360 Magazine into X360

    Imagine’s announced its merged 360 Magazine and X360 together under the latter brand. The first issue since the merger will launch on July 11 with Dan Howdle leading the team as editor and Rick Porter as EIC. Both magazines seen recent drops in the last round of ABC results. Thanks, GI International.

  • Future vet Binns launches Network N

    James Binns, formerly of Future Publishing, has launches his new venture this morning, known as Network N.

  • CVG launches dedicated Australian portal

    Future Publishing Australia has officially debuted its Australian CVG team.

  • Dave Scammell heads to Videogamer from Gamerzines

    “Sexcee” Dave Scammell has joined Videogamer as its new staff writer, heading the other way from Gamerzines.

  • Future announce Edge Magazine staff changes

    Future Publishing has announced some staff changes and shuffles to Edge magazine, promoting Alex Wiltshire to Editor and appointing Nathan Brown as Online Editor.

  • Musical chairs: Intent and Future shuffle staffing

    Today’s seems to be the day for games journalism job announcements, with Intent Media and Future both announcing a number of staff changes and hires.

  • Inside Xbox vets announce formation of Explosive Alan Productions

    Inside Xbox vets Dan Maher, Ashley Denton and Gareth Wild have formed a new production company called Explosive Alan Productions. Details are scarce at the moment, but the group will be filming the Square Enix community event tomorrow. Microsoft halted production of Indie Xbox earlier this month, much to the dismay of the community. Thanks, […]

  • IGN Middle East launched

    IGN and T-Break Media have launched IGN Middle East which will service 15 countries in the Middle East and North Africa region, including United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Egypt and Morocco and its “potential audience of more than 340 million people.” The site will be headed up by Abbas Jaffar Ali, formerly […]

  • Future reshuffles games team, Clark becomes group senior editor

    Future has announced a restructure in its games editorial team in order to increase its digital business.

  • Rock, Paper, Shotgun records 2.1 million UB in March

    PC blog Rock, Paper, Shotgun has announced an ABC audit readership figure of 2.15 million unique browsers in March 2012.

  • Machinima raising $30 million with help from Google

    YouTube network Machinima is set to raise $30 million in its latest round of funding thanks to help from Google, AllThingsD is reporting, with its value now set to be around $190 million. Both Google and Machinima have refused to comment on the story.

  • Savygamer turns five, celebrates with indie game sale

    Savygamer blows out five candles today. The UK game bargins site, driven by ex-VG247 contributor Lewie Procter, launched on May 3, 2007. To celebrate the occasion, the site is holding a special sale on PC indie titles, such as Blue Toad Murder Files, Eufloria, VVVVVV and more. There’s more details on the sale here. Congrats, […]

  • Vox Games becomes Polygon, Gera and Kollar become new staff members

    Vox Games has announced its name will become Polygon when it launches its website later this year.

  • The Gameological Society founded, involves Eurogamer vet John Teti

    Eurogamer vet John Teti has popped up on a new gaming site called The Gameological Society, a partner site of The A.V. Club, which will have a “similar editorial direction and tone” to the later. Both sites are members of the Onion family. The site is self-described as “an independent-minded online magazine that explores games […]

  • Ken Levine in the running for Time Magazine’s annual 100 most influential people issue

    Ken Levine is in consideration as an entry for Time Magazine’s annual 100 most influential people in the world issue. The annual list, which pulls entrants from a list of accumulated user votes, will be posted on April 17. You can participate in the poll until April 6. Levine is just one of the choices, […]

  • GameSpot, Giant Bomb stream recording goes up

    For those who missed it, GameSpot’s put live on its YouTube channel the recording of its live stream last night between Giant Bomb‘s Jeff Gerstmann and GameSpot VP John Davison. The video talks about Gerstmann’s firing in 2007, the future of Giant Bomb and more after it was bought by GS parent company CBS Interactive […]

  • Giant Bomb to remain editorially independent

    Giant Bomb’s acquisition by Gamespot parent company CBS Interactive will not result in its closure or a change in editorial direction, founder Jeff Gerstmann has said.

  • Layoffs confirmed at IGN and 1UP, IGN Responds

    It’s always sad to see our fellow members ¬†of the press leave their respective outlets, and today is no exception.

  • Confirmed: Giant Bomb bought by CBS Interactive

    GameSpot parent CBS Interactive has bought popular US site Giant Bomb, its been announced.

  • IGN Sweden launched

    IGN has announced a new partnership with games media group, Reset Media AB to publish IGN Sweden.

  • GamesIndustry.Biz relaunches as GamesIndustry International

    Eurogamer-owned trade site GamesIndustry.Biz has relaunched ahead of GDC this week, showing a brand new design. The site now incorporates IndustryGamers, the US trade site EG Network bought last year. GI editor Matt Martin will look after the European side with Dan Pearson, Matthew Handrahan and Rachel Weber, while IG editor James Brightman will take […]

  • PALGN vets launch Rocket Chainsaw

    A group of ex-writers at PALGN, who walked out on the site following an internal dispute, have launched its new home Rocket Chainsaw, according to MCV Pacific. Site owner Adam Ghiggino said it was aiming for “a professional style, yet something not too stuffy.”

  • Johnny Minkley leaves Eurogamer to go freelance

    Eurogamer TV editor Johnny Minkley has said on Twitter today is his final day as a full-time staffer at the company, confirming he is to go freelance.

  • Black Ops blacklisting scuffle resolved

    Gameblog, the French website at the centre of a blacklisting scandal, has announced a resolution to its conflict with Activision.

  • Donlan, Parkin, Porter, Stuart launch Hookshot Inc

    A team of UK journalists have announced this morning the launch of Hookshot Inc, a website solely focussed on downloadable games costing under $15.

  • PALGN staff resign following internal dispute

    Staff for Australian gaming site PALGN have resigned from the site, although will continue to work on the site until end of play this Friday. The confirmation, according to MCV Pacific, came in a mail from site vet site executive editor Jeremy Jastrzab, which noted the call ” stems from an inability for the editorial […]