NCSoft PR head Cat Channon, Mark Allen (Kalypso), David Priestman (Future), James Beaven (Indigo Pearl), Nick Haywood (Kuoda), Graeme Struthers (GetGamesGo), Nathan Ditum (Future) and Sarah Ditum (freelance) are cycling back to the UK from gamescom in an effort to raise money for the GamesAid charity. They’re going to be back in Britain tomorrow after putting in 100 miles a day since the end of gamescom last week. Hit the link and give them some money.
After watching this fan-made video for Midnight Club, we really want Rockstar, get started on another one.
Splatoon 2 players are being handed a new weapon.
Pokemon Go Fest is a bit of a mess and Niantic's CEO got booed - but you're getting $100 PokeCoins for your trouble
The first Pokemon Go Fest hasn’t gone off without a hitch. Or two. Or even three. But, there’s a silver lining for those at home.
Sometimes, a game’s fans can come together and do great things.
There seems to be a heavy narrative focus in the Humble ‘Game On’ Bundle, which includes some wonderful narrative-focused games.
Check this out. Astrophysicist Gaurav Khanna has stacked together 16 PS3s to make a super-computer, as you do, for the purpose of simulating black hole collisions. Apparently the Cell processor makes PS3 a better choice for this sort of stuff than your average desktop. “Overall, a single PS3 performs better than the highest-end desktops available […]