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Taaaake. Meeeee. Hoooommmee!
On February 15, 2009 By Ben Borthwick
Or to put it another way for you crazy folks who are interested – Yes. I’ve lobbed up a new review to The Highlights section:
I donâ€™t drive, and I have yet to take any lessons, but I feel if anyone saw me playing Burnout Paradise this week, I fear they […]Read on... →
Broken Swords And Nuclear Missiles
On November 30, 2006 By Ben Borthwick
“Sorry to start this review on somewhat of a negative note, but having just completed the latest adventure of our favourite Patent Lawyer/Bail Bond employee George Stobbart in the latest game in what most would say is THE name in adventure games, I come away thinking that something isnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t right. You see, ten years […]Read on... →
The Future’s Bright, The Future’s Nuclear.
On October 12, 2006 By Ben Borthwick
Today, I read a very interesting article on the future of people graduating from Computer Games realted courses by GamesIndustry.biz, posted at Eurogamer:
There’s an interesting dichotomy in the videogames industry’s message about recruiting new talent. On one hand, many job advertisements are adamant about wanting to hire only people who have […]Read on... →
Push The Button
On October 2, 2006 By Ben Borthwick
A few quick gaming related subjects. Firstly, two reviews:
“Fads. Gimmicks. USPs. Hooks. Whatever you call them, you can just about guarantee these days that any first person shooter for the PC is going to have something a little bit “special” to seperate from the others. Half life 2 had the Gravity Gun, FEAR […]Read on... →
On August 30, 2006 By Ben Borthwick
“When I first chatted about the idea for The Ship with friends, we had an amazing conversation, where the ideas just kept on coming. For each problem there was a solution, and for each solution some new gameplay emerged. The Ship had so much potential, we figured as a small company it would […]Read on... →
- This Is A Triumph
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uz5cl131KTk Somehow I'm still not tired of funny Portal related...
- Oh Sh-
The next few weeks are going to be horrible for me. Not for PC gaming you understand, but horrible...
- More Cheese, Gromit?
Ah yes, lovely. I've been waiting for this one. As an unashamed fan of Wallace & Gromit, I was...
- The Art 4 Dead-ger
Wow. That title worked better than I anticipated. Anyway... Yes, it is another Left 4 Dead post,...
- 2-Peggle Shakur
Or to put it another way, Peggle Nights is out. Can I hear an Ode to Joy? Other massive pails...
Welcome to the blog of Ben Borthwick, News Editor of VideoGamer.com & a Games Writer based in the UK.
I've written for various places including VideoGamer.com, the Official Xbox Magazine & website, Official PlayStation Magazine, Edge, PC Gamer Magazine, GamesRadar and many others. You can find plenty of examples of my work on the What Have I Done page
This is my blog in which I commit to the internet a range of thoughts and ramblings on various subjects, although the majority of them are going to be gaming related ones. These views are inevitably and assuredly my own and not those of any employer or otherwise past or present.
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