A good chunk of this week’s video game releases are from indie studios, which sits alright with us since we dig seeing new games crop up. Check out the entire list below, choose your games wisely, and as always; have fun! February 5th Avenger Bird (Switch) Away: Journey to the Unexpected (PS4) The Book of […]
Midway through PAX West, we got a chance to try out a familiar game as we tested Observer out on the Nintendo Switch. This was one of our favorite games on PC last year as you play a detective in the future who can use software to hack into a person’s mind and find out […]
I have a passion for futuristic cyberpunk stories where the mind and the machine meet. Blade Runner, Ghost In The Shell, Ex Machina—all of these have a soft spot in my heart and eventual hard drive sitting between both hemispheres of my brain. So when a game developer decides to make their own version of […]
Alasdair Stuart writes for Bleeding Cool Fringe, much like BBC Radio 4 (Trust me, I’m going somewhere with this) is a perfect example of what happens when you leave something alone to grow and develop on its own terms. What started out as a show with pretty much exactly the same premise as The X-Files […]
Starting with some Leveson-relevant business.
Tomorrow’s Observer newspaper will feature a sprawling interview and feature with Alan Moore. In which we learn about his great-grandfather, Ginger Vernon, who “used to trade caricatures for pints in the pub.” He hates being coerced, whatever the financial incentive, and it may well be something in the blood. His great-grandfather Ginger, the hard-drinking cartoonist, […]
Barbara Ellen, columnist for The Observer newspaper wrote about three topics of international note this weekend. First, the trial of Anders Behring Breivik and how people shouldn’t publicise his name. In an article with his name in the headline and a big photograph of him. An assault on the elderly woman who tried to restore […]
This is the winning entry in the now-annual Observer/Jonathan Cape graphic short story competition. Room 208 by Stephen Collins and the runner up strips are currently exhibited in the gallery section of Orbital Comics in London, off Leicester Square, as part of the ComICA festival.