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Author of 24 articles and 9 comments since 10/01/2010

Last login: 14/12/2013

Games Editor 2010/11? More like LAMES Editor for, like, ALL THE TIME. GABEN

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5th
October 2012

A Dishonorable Mention

Put simply, Dishonored is what you get if you ask the company who created Skyrim to go away and make Bioshock. It’s got the immersive atmosphere of the former but ...
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1st
June 2012

Social media never achieves anything

I’ve got a problem. A problem with you. And your friends. The whole lot of you, in fact, and the way in which you all spread your ideas using social ...
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4th
November 2011

The future of gaming...?

Interested in how gaming got to where it is today? See our companion article here! Michael Cook It’s hard to look at where we came from and try to assess where we ...
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4th
November 2011

Gaming through the ages: ‘When this baby reaches 88 miles per hour...’

Interested in what our writers think of the future of gaming? See the companion article here! Felix Issue 500 (1978) - Michael Cook It’s June 1978, and Felix is celebrating its 500th ...
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4th
November 2011

Snapshots of the future

Douglas Heaven sees programmable cells, not silicon chips There’s a lot of speculation about where the future of computing lies. Quantum computers and qubits promise to open up computational problems that ...
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23rd
June 2011

Living up to election promises

"I want it to be the year where your Union makes a Guinness World Record attempt.” “Vote for me for better quality lecture notes.” Sorry, what? Can you say that again, ...
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27th
May 2011

GaME 2011: Marc Hull from Frontier Developments

So what did you study at Imperial? I did Computing, graduating in 2006. I then started doing a PhD and then got lured away by the games industry after 1 year ...
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27th
May 2011

GaME 2011: James Fairbairn from Media Molecule

What did you study at Imperial? I did the BSc in Physics from ‘97 to 2000, although even then I was fiddling with computers a lot more than I was paying ...
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