SFX is getting new online digs!
If you can't wait a few more days, there are some of our features up there already, so please check out SFX' s Doctor Who reviews which are already live right now. There are also film articles like this horror movie gallery too.
Of course, if you enjoy chatting with your chums on SFX , contributing to sci-fi discussions and sending us your thoughts on the latest TV episodes, you can still do all that, because nothing is changing in our social media channels. Facebook , Twitter , email and the rest, they're all still there. You can still use the same online store to buy mags too . That's all still unchanged.
But our news, reviews and features will be making the leap to GamesRadar.com the week after next. Sure, we’ll be very sad to say goodbye to SFX.co.uk, but the internet is evolving fast and GamesRadar is designed to take us into the future – as well as delivering an excellent platform if you like to read reviews on your mobile phone or tablet. Plus it means you'll get access – only if you want it! – to film articles from Total Film and games articles from GamesRadar. It's all adding to the mix giving you more choice than ever. And all this will be ready later this month as we throw ourselves into the new GamesRadar.com/sfx universe.
We realise it’s going to take some getting used to, but really it's only a different URL and a new look. This community that's grown over the years and was accustomed to playing film title games with the gang on Twitter or Facebook can still do that, and you'll still be able to read top quality words from SFX writers. And we hope you’ll join us at GamesRadar, to make our part of it a thriving place for sci-fi fans to hang out.
PS. SFX and Total Film print and digital magazines remain completely unaffected by the changes online. Look out for SFX 255, in shops and on your iPad next week!