Tag Archives: tom bramwell
Thu, Jun 16, 2011 | 11:36 BST
Tue, Mar 08, 2011 | 13:01 GMT
Eurogamer’s announced this morning it’s promoted editor Tom Bramwell to a newly-created role inside the company as operations director.
Tue, Aug 03, 2010 | 15:18 BST
Oh look, another Eurogamer podcast. Oh look, it has Pat!
Mon, Nov 02, 2009 | 14:36 GMT
Didn’t attend the Eurogamer Expo? Didn’t catch the Q&A that Tom Bramwell and Ellie Gibson did in London? Dont worry, the site has you covered by giving you all 40 minutes of it.
Oh, and there is the stark realisation that no one has a PSPgo. Oh dear.
Find it through here.
Fri, Aug 21, 2009 | 10:44 BST
You’ve seen Minkley destroy a PS3 demo pod as well as make off with a PS3 Slim, but to cap it off, there’s this.
Watch Eurogamer editor, Tom Bramwell and VG247′s GC livetext supergirl, Keza McDonald, play both Ricochet and Burnout Paradise with Project Natal alongside creative director, Kudo Tsunoda.
Through here and you’ll find your Friday morning happiness.
Fri, Aug 14, 2009 | 08:00 BST
Will Sony drop PS3′s price and introduce Slim at GamesCom in Cologne next week? We thought we’d ask some experts.
Super-analyst Michael Pachter, Eurogamer.net editor Tom Bramwell and Eurogamer.de editor Tanja Menne were all kind enough to join us to talk about the new German show, in what turned into an illuminating discussion involving a lot of shouting and swearing.
You’d be a fool to miss it. Get it below.
Mon, Jul 21, 2008 | 20:57 BST
E3′s provided enough drama in the past week to last the American games industry a lifetime, and the criticism is both heavy and relentless in the aftermath. Is the show relevant any more? Is there even a point in trying to change it? We sat down with Eurogamer.net editor Tom Bramwell and talked over the issues surrounding the event. Sorry for the sound quality. If you want us to do this again we’ll buy a couple of microphones, or something.
Wed, Jun 11, 2008 | 19:48 BST
Lists are brilliant. Channel 4 built a business out of them, so we’re not ashamed. Here are the ten most respected, influential games journalists working the UK trade today. These are the people PR want to kiss, the people you don’t leave alone in a room with your CEO, the people who’ll make you money if you give them power. Your opinion and that of other journalists, both in the UK and abroad, is formed by the names you’ll see below. These are the people that choose what you see.
Didn’t make it? Try harder.
Tue, Feb 26, 2008 | 10:27 GMT
Funny. Epic head Mark Rein can seriously talk. Like, really. Eurogamer’s Tom Bramwell can do the same. See what happens when they’re put in the same room. Taste:
Eurogamer: So apart from that, how’s the 360 build going?
Mark Rein: Great. I don’t have a release date for it if that was your next question.
Eurogamer: If you had to pluck -
Mark Rein: I don’t pluck. I’m pluckless. Pluck off.
Eurogamer: So what, this year? Next year?
Mark Rein: Oh, this year of course.
Eurogamer: Can you actually say anything about Gears of War 2?
Mark Rein: We’re doing it. It’s going to be a really good game.
Eurogamer: I liked it when you said it was going to be “more badass”, because I was concerned that it might not be more badass.
Mark Rein: [Laughs] We had an executive review the other day and I can tell you it is definitely more badass. It’s really good. One thing I can say is that compared to where we were in the February before we shipped the last Gears, the game is in phenomenal shape. There are some good surprises for people. We’ll start talking about it over the next few months.
Eurogamer: You said November. Do you think you’ll go for the same Emergence Day?
Mark Rein: I have no idea. I don’t think anyone’s put a day in the sand.
Eurogamer: Does Microsoft decide that?
Mark Rein: We figure it out based on when we think we’ll ship it. Right now they said November. I see nothing that leads me to believe it won’t be November. It’s in great shape.
Eurogamer: Does it have four-player co-op?
Mark Rein: It is a game. You will like it.
Eurogamer: Let’s talk about features in games that you like. Do you like four-player co-op?
Mark Rein: [Very long pause.] So what else is up? I’m not telling you anything more about Gears of War 2.
Eurogamer: We can say things like Marcus Fenix is back, right, because that’s in your press release. What about Dom? What about Cole Train?
Mark Rein: [No response.]
Eurogamer: You talked earlier about how the tech demos weren’t Gears of War 2 -
Mark Rein: Yeah, those were just test environments to show off the technology.
Eurogamer: You said yourself though that you rarely put something in the engine unless you plan to use it yourself.
Mark Rein: Yep. Those are features that will be in our upcoming games.
Eurogamer: So: destructible environments. If those were in Gears of War, that would make quite a difference.
Mark Rein: You never quit! I love you guys.
We reckon Mark said that last bit through clenched teeth with blood dripping out of his eyes. Go read the rest.
Mon, Feb 11, 2008 | 08:12 GMT
Eurogamer’s editor and deputy editor, Tom Bramwell and Ellie Gibson respectively, make an appearance on this week’s OneLifeLeft, Resonance FM’s London radio show. We’re saying this in all honestly: this is nowhere near as rubbish as it used to be. That’s supposed to be a compliment, Ste (Curran, the guy that makes it with another lady called Ann Scantlebury and another man called Simon Byron). We’ll storyify it when they put up new podcasts from now on. Get the new one here.