OUT NOW: XBL Gamerhub App

XBL Gamerhub is a social network for Xbox Gamers, allowing them to organise online events, find friends, blog, upload images and video and generally make the most of their Xbox gaming experience. The company has pulled in thousands of players from around the world and has already caught Microsoft's eye with it's enthusiastic and unique... Continue Reading →

Scottish Games Technology Company Powers New Kanye West Video

Kanye West, rapper, entrepreneur, producer, fashion designer and celebrity daddy.  The man has single-handedly redefined what it means to be a hip-hop star and fan of breaded, processed fish products. Yet for BLKKK SKKKN HEAD, the latest single from his Yeezus album, Kanye reached out for help to make the disturbing new monochrome, animated video. Edinburgh's... Continue Reading →

Explore The Dark Places Inside A Cobra

Getting news and information out of a game developer can be slightly more difficult than prising a tiny bear cub away from a mummy polar bear.  Getting rare and esoteric materials like logos, photographs or screenshots can be worse. You might be an evil voodoo priest, planning to wreak mischief or discomfort upon the company.... Continue Reading →

Play THE OFFICIAL and/or die. Apparently.

Occasionally we receive intriguing e-mails, or notifications of new games in development that we weren't aware of.  Even more infrequently, this unknown new game can be astonishing, impressive, truly original or bewildering and terrifying. The Official sits neatly in the middle of those last two categories.  There's something particularly creepy about the retro, low polygon... Continue Reading →

The Ship: Full Steam Ahead – Find Out More

The Blazing Griffin team's Kickstarter campaign to fund the sequel to The Ship, has been revamped, updated and improved. While we loved the performances and production values of the original video on the popular crowd-funding site, many people expressed concern that it didn't feature enough information about the game, the studio, the project, or indeed... Continue Reading →

Games And Gift Culture

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 →

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