GamesRadar.com relaunches with “regimented, ordered design”

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 7 February 2008 15:09 GMT

Future’s relaunched GamesRadar.com, bringing in what editor Steve Pierce has called a “more regimented and ordered design”.

“We’ve gone for a much more regimented and ordered design which allows our writers, video editors and artists to get much more content on the pages,” he said. “Finally we’ve got a great ‘shop window’ for the innovative, informative, original, challenging and plain weird video game stories the GR editorial team dream up daily.”

Pierce added, “Put simply the site should now be much easier on the eye and much easier to get around.”

GamesRadar is Future’s flagship US site, with CVG covering the publishers online gaming fortunes in the UK.

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