E3 09: OPM UK interviews the producer of James Cameron’s Avatar (James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game)

June 5, 2009

Watching things in 3D has never been that successful, has it? Whether it’s cringing at a corny shark in Jaws 3D or playing Nintendo’s ill-fated Virtual Boy until developing a migraine, no one’s quite cracked the technology yet. But, as our friends at OPM UK are finding out, that could well change with the release of James Cameron’s Avatar. The game based on the sci-fi epic is being rendered in true 3D – without the need for dodgy red and green specs. Watch below, as Avatar’s executive producer, Patrick Naud, tells OPM why the tech Ubisoft are using could revolutionise gaming.

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E3 09: OPM UK interviews the producer of James Cameron’s Avatar (James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game)

June 5, 2009

Watching things in 3D has never been that successful, has it? Whether it’s cringing at a corny shark in Jaws 3D or playing Nintendo’s ill-fated Virtual Boy until developing a migraine, no one’s quite cracked the technology yet. But, as our friends at OPM UK are finding out, that could well change with the release of James Cameron’s Avatar. The game based on the sci-fi epic is being rendered in true 3D – without the need for dodgy red and green specs. Watch below, as Avatar’s executive producer, Patrick Naud, tells OPM why the tech Ubisoft are using could revolutionise gaming.

Read the rest of this entry »


E3 09: OPM UK interviews the producer of James Cameron’s Avatar (James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game)

June 5, 2009

Watching things in 3D has never been that successful, has it? Whether it’s cringing at a corny shark in Jaws 3D or playing Nintendo’s ill-fated Virtual Boy until developing a migraine, no one’s quite cracked the technology yet. But, as our friends at OPM UK are finding out, that could well change with the release of James Cameron’s Avatar. The game based on the sci-fi epic is being rendered in true 3D – without the need for dodgy red and green specs. Watch below, as Avatar’s executive producer, Patrick Naud, tells OPM why the tech Ubisoft are using could revolutionise gaming.

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PC Gamer UK gets reboot (Xbox 360)

May 9, 2009

The world’s premier PC gaming magazine, PC Gamer UKhas been revamped, redesigned and relaunched – the firstfull rebootsince 1993 – to reflect the changing face of PC gaming.

We asked Ross Atherton, editor of the mag to tell us what’s new…

“In a world full of delicious websites such as, I dunno, GamesRadar for example, why would people spend cash on games magazines?,” Atherton asks (while simultaneously andunexpectedlymassaging our ego).

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27th Golden Joysticks is go! (Xbox 360)

May 2, 2009

The 27th AnnualGolden Joystick Awardsis alive! From today you can vote for your favourite games of the past year in the official awards long list and help us break records all over again.

If you remember rightly (and we do) 2008 was a recording breaking year for the Golden Joysticks. The final votes total stood at an amazing 856,262, the big winner of which was (deservedly) Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare with four Awards.

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27th Golden Joysticks is go! (Xbox 360)

May 2, 2009

The 27th AnnualGolden Joystick Awardsis alive! From today you can vote for your favourite games of the past year in the official awards long list and help us break records all over again.

If you remember rightly (and we do) 2008 was a recording breaking year for the Golden Joysticks. The final votes total stood at an amazing 856,262, the big winner of which was (deservedly) Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare with four Awards.

27th Golden Joysticks is go! (Xbox 360) Read the rest of this entry »


27th Golden Joysticks is go! (Xbox 360)

May 2, 2009

The 27th AnnualGolden Joystick Awardsis alive! From today you can vote for your favourite games of the past year in the official awards long list and help us break records all over again.

If you remember rightly (and we do) 2008 was a recording breaking year for the Golden Joysticks. The final votes total stood at an amazing 856,262, the big winner of which was (deservedly) Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare with four Awards.

27th Golden Joysticks is go! (Xbox 360) Read the rest of this entry »