FPS Trainer – New Company Offering ‘Online Games Coaching’

Play2Improve is a new company, based within Abertay University, which is focusing on using games technology to help people learn.  The company's first project is an online coaching service called FPS Trainer. FPS Trainer offers players of all ability levels the chance to learn the basic skills needed to play First-Person-Shooter games online against other... Continue Reading →

New Xbox Dashboard Marginalising Indie Games?

The update to the Microsoft Xbox dashboard over the last week has caused concern in indie gaming circles.  Many developers worried that moving the Indie Games from the Games Store section to the new 'Specialty Shops' - which also includes features such as avatar customisation - is marginalising the emerging indie games market and making... Continue Reading →

Tag Games Invites You To Dinner (And Judges You Harshly)

In a week of frenzied game release activity, Tag Games announced the first title to come through its partnership with Channel 4. Come Dine With Me is the insanely popular cooking programme which challenges four 'normal' members of the public (or occasionally celebrities) to hold dinner parties for each other. The guests then rate their... Continue Reading →

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