Posts Tagged ‘Grand Theft Auto’
GTA V Is Coming September 2013
Knock-offs. Homages. Clones. Copycats. Rip-offs. Call them what you will, but it’s no great secret that developers have been riding on the coattails of proven success stories since the dawn of gaming. Here’s the top 10 most brazen rip-offs of classic games.
Great Britain: home of ASBOs, Mr. Blobby and knife crime. It’s also the birthplace of the ZX Spectrum, the open-world game, and questionably large-chested treasure hunters. There is little question that Britain has firmly established itself as one of the leading creative and influential voices in the videogames industry today. Here, for your pleasure, are the top ten games ever produced in the UK.
Silent protagonists often make for the more interesting characters to embody in gaming. Perhaps it’s because we inherently apply our own personalities into these virtual avatars making for more relatable figures, or maybe it’s just because their tacit interactions just appear so darned cool. games™ counts down the best of gaming’s quiet bunch.
The final tranche of games™ 100th issue covers celebrating the 100 greatest games ever – here are covers 81 to 100. Enjoy…
With Modern Warfare 2’s record-breaking launch at the end of last year and Wii Sports smashing sales barriers the world over, the industry would appear to be in rude health. But as consumers continue to count their pennies while the economy staggers to its feet, are publishers losing out by going for blockbuster or budget every time? games™ analyses whether there’s wealth to be found in the space in between.
Red Dead Redemption sees gaming’s sharpest satirists of American culture revisit the quintessential American genre. We sit down with Rockstar co-founder Dan Houser to discuss the chaos of the frontier, and life outside of Liberty City.
2009 was one of the greatest years of gaming thus far, surpassing even the giddy highs of 2008. Join us as we take an alternative look at the games that defined last year, with an eclectic selection of titles that epitomise the diversity and variety we’re now seeing in the medium.