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Los Angeles may be a town known for the highest excesses of rock n’ roll debauchery (with legendarily wayward rock acts such as Mötley Crüe and Guns N’ Roses synonymous with the city) but Activision’s headquarters – a dull grey box located in sleepy Santa Monica – is hardly the most thrilling place in the world to get our hands on with Guitar Hero World Tour for the first time.
No one really breaks their controllers in a fit of unchecked aggression for failing in difficult games like Ninja Gaiden II. That doesn’t mean we don’t secretly glance at our systems periodically and crave to bash the ever-loving crap out of what we hold dear as some sort of cathartic release. Well, you can’t. After all, gaming is an expensive hobby/lifestyle/deviance.
Dogs may be known to some as simple leg-humping bastards that like to lick your face after chomping on their own feces. But even the most ardent members from the anti-canine camp can’t deny the powerful comfort provided by a dog’s unwavering loyalty and the charm of its waggling tail.
Say hello to our brand-new TalkRadar template! Now each and every podcast has its own page, making it searchable and comment-able for our everlovin’ fanbase. This week we welcome Scott Butterworth from PlayStation: The Official Magazine, discuss dudes who look like chicks and answer more questions from the listeners.
Oh my divided stars and garters, there’s an election going on! And a damn important one at that. Kinda makes you want to know the issues, what’s at stake, which candidate addresses your interests, stuff like that. But golly, all that political jargon bores the shit out of us.
It's the turn of real-life developers to duke it out, dust it up and do each other over like blood-hungry gladiatorial champions. We've taken 16 of the industry's best-known, best-respected and most beautiful developers and smashed them head-to-head in an entirely make-believe orgy of violence. Let the fighting begin!
In the past, Gamescom was also known as the Leipzig Games Convention. Because it was held in Leipzig. Now it is held in Cologne. What hasn't changed is the prescence of women employed to promote games and graphics cards and a whole manner of other exciting things at the show. This photo-based article catalogues some of the women that could be found on the showfloor in 2008.
I was graced with hands which lust to create. I did not choose to live within the both splendorous and torturous tower of artistic wizardry; the tower chose me. I am an instrument of aesthetics, a humble child of Aphrodite.
The world may never fully understand the deep pit of hot coals which glows and sparks with creativity within me, but I must attempt to impart some of my insight to the world. Raise your pencils and feel the passion build within you. Someday you too may be able to draw Mario as well as I.
"Damn, that girl is smokin... oh... that’s a guy?" Surely, we’ve all fallen victim to such a scenario. Not you, you say! You’re a hardcore gamer with 20/20 vision and a keen eye for Adam’s apples and moose knuckles? Fine! Many of us aren’t as perceptive, so we’ve decided to highlight those brave folk who upon casual glance, may not have gotten their sex across the first time.
In case you weren’t able to jet over to Leipzig and booze with surly eurotrash at the spiritual successor to E3, we’ve collected the show’s hottest videos in one easy place. Because of the show’s positioning in the product release calendar, it’s more about building hype for imminent fall releases and less about shock announcements.
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