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  • EDGE now available in app form

    Our friends at EDGE have launched an iPad app. The digital version of Future UK’s venerable trade mag is on sale at half-price until July 18, at £1.99/$2.99/€2.49. It promises more content than the print edition as well as interactive elements like video and even free iOS games. There’s even a free sample. Top stuff […]

  • GameTrailers launches spiffy new website design

    GameTrailers has relaunched its website. It looks well organized. Good job guys. Go check out the spiffy new duds.

  • GameTrailers planning site revamp, relaunch turns 10 this year, and in order to make the occasion special, it has decided to relaunch the site. Brad Winters, GM of GameTrailers has told GI International the site will be relaunched “from the ground up,” with a “brand-new, everything from the back-end to the new logo, a new look and feel.” The […]

  • 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, […]

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