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The Indie Fix

The Indie Fix | Forge

Welcome to The Indie Fix! In this brand new column we will be taking a look at Indie games and titles that may have...

#ThrowbackThursday | BioShock.

As BioShock Infinite is just around the corner I thought I would take a journey back to the year 2007 when the BioShock first started..

Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are 4K ready, but does it...

Both Microsoft and Sony have confirmed that their next generation consoles are in fact 4K ready. For those of you unsure what 4K actually means; It's the latest resolution in high-definition televisions. The current 4K resolutions are anything from 3840 × 2160 to 4096 × 3112, this is sometimes also known as Ultra HD.

I recently read an article on Stuff.tv titled Sony PS4 vs Xbox One: the 4K war begins and though it provides a positive argument as to why it should matter; to me personally it doesn't. I'm happy with my 1080p HD TV which doesn't actually put out any HD TV, the reason for this? I'm not the biggest HD fan, it makes my eyes sting, and it just doesn't make that much difference to me.
Space Engineers

Interview: Marek Rosa Talks Early Access, Space Engineers 2

A little before E3 we caught up with CEO and Founder of Keen Software House, Marek Rosa. For those who don't know, Keen Software House is the development team behind the hit sandbox game Space Engineers and the recently released Medieval Engineers. But what does the future hold for this development company? Why did they choose Early Access? We find out that, and then some.

Shut up About the EE Power Bar “Hidden” Charge…

This weekend my Twitter and Facebook feeds were awash with people complaining to one of the UK's biggest networks, EE, over the supposed "hidden" charge and contract that users were getting into when they acquired their "free" portable battery charger.
gaming on batteries

Gaming on Batteries, A New Magazine Focused on Portable Gaming

We've got magazines on just about everything nowadays but what seems to be missing is a 'zine focused purely on hand held gaming! Sure...
habbo hotel

Interview: 15 Years of Habbo Hotel

In the year 2000 a little online chat experienced launched which personally changed my life, that experience was Habbo Hotel, and now it's turning 15 years old. We caught up with Sulake, the creator of the teen-focussed MMO to talk about some of the changes over the years.

TINT Interview: “People Trust People More Than They Trust Brands”

TINT, a global technologies platform that collects, moderates, and curates social content from across various different social mediums, which can be displayed just about anywhere, has officially launched in Europe. Originally based in San-Francisco, the company has around 45,000 clients globally, and will run regional operations from London, lead by the recently appointed European Director, Stuart Thompson. We recently spoke with Thompson about the TINT platform and the movie into Europe, and he explained a little more about what the company hopes to achieve.
broken controller

Why I’m on the Verge of Giving Up Gaming for Good

As a gamer of the Atari and Commodore generation, I find it increasingly difficult to maintain my interest in gaming. Yes, this may be another rant that will be classed as self-entitlement from the subset of new gamers that are used to and accepting of the concept of day one DLC, pre-order content and 'rewards' for ploughing cash into online stores, mobile devices and basically, gambling away your money in the hope that the game you purchase might just be worth it all.
save the children

The Humble Weekly Bundle: Do Not Support PewDiePie, Support the Charity.

It appears that the Humble Indie Bundle people have brought back PewDiePie (Felix Kjellberg) to host the most recent weekly bundle, which goes to support Save the Children. Felix utilises his astonishing 25 million subscriber base to try bring in crazy figures and sales, all of which goes to the charity.

Batman v Superman Teaser Trailer Breakdown and Theories

After the leak of the teaser trailer, the full Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice teaser trailer has now been officially released. Have a gander here for a break down of the trailer, some theories and an all round natter about what Dawn of Justice might be about and how it might go.
Xbox 360

A Look Back at Xbox 360 Dashboards

The Xbox Dashboard has come a long way since it's release in 2005 and here's a look back through each updated Dash from then...
Power Rangers

A brief history of the Power Rangers movie

A new comic, an anniversary and more rumours about the new movie. I think it's time we look back.

Activision is Going Old School, and I’m Not Complaining

With a new Guitar Hero and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater on the horizon, this year looks to be a fantastic year for Activision releases. It seems they've taken a look back a decade or so to see what was doing well, and just like fashion trends, are hoping to bring it around once more to not only capture a new audience, but to hopefully spark some nostaliga in fans of the publishers series from well over a decade ago, and for once I'm actually pretty excited by an older series making a return.
five nights at freddy’s

Four Videogames that Actually Deserve a Movie Adaptation…

I found it pretty groan worthy news that Five Nights at Freddy's is potentially getting a movie adaptation. Whilst I really enjoy the series of games on the whole, and love the mystery of the story that surrounds it, I just don't think that it's one that's going t translate well onto film. A short film by an indie studio maybe, but definitely not something big budget with Warner Bros. So I had a think about games out there that I feel do deserve their chance to shine on the big screen, and here are my top four.

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