Editorial Update - What Would YOU Like to See on the SGN in the near future? Company Profiles? Interviews? Live streams? Events? Game reviews? Let us know how we can help the industry grow and thrive.
Following an astonishing unattributed article posted in last week's Edinburgh Evening News, Brian Baglow, director of the Scottish Games Network has invited the tabloid to 'consider what it's about', to 'perhaps join the rest of us in the 21st century' and to direct all of its efforts to becoming 'slightly less shit.' In the article,... Continue Reading →
We've been hearing whispers, terrified, strangled whispers coming from Team Junkfish for the last few months. The company's latest title, Monstrum has been under wraps for some time, but now the first information is starting to hit the press and it sounds like something special... Junkfish spoke to VG247's Dave Cook recently, with the first... Continue Reading →
Develop Magazine has published a week of features examining and exploring the games sector in Scotland, kicking off with a provocative piece of editorial asking if Scotland could become the next Finland? Scotland is a nation that potentially faces major political changes this year, but how will that affect the region’s impressive output of video... Continue Reading →
VG247's news editor Dave Cook has just published issue number 1 of his new, regular, Scotland-focused editorial, VG247 Scotland, looking at the state of the games industry as it relates to Scotland and including creators, CEOs and experts from Scotland's video games sector. This new issue explores the various distribution channels available to games creators,... Continue Reading →
VG247's UK News Editor, Dave Cook has done something disruptive. He's started a regular column on the VG247 site focusing on the video games sector in Scotland.Covering business news, releases, updates and interviews, VG247 Scotland will be an ongoing feature on the site and combine in-depth reporting, with news updates and a new industry discussion,... Continue Reading →
Ready-Up is something a little different from the usual consumer games website. It does reviews, it does features. You can, should you wish, find out everything about that new console title you've had your eye on. Ready-Up however goes further. It's about community, it's about interaction with readers and it's about allowing their writers to... Continue Reading →
You may remember that Scottishgames recently introduced Steve Hammond into the fray as a guest columnist, giving you insightful and surprising tidbits into the Scottish game industry's origins. We've also had the wonderful Phil Harris reporting from this year's Edinburgh Interactive, reporting the gig like you were actually there! Now we add a new guest... Continue Reading →