Tag: Computer games
UK games industry to receive £2 million funding boost
The UK games industry is to get a £2 million government funding boost, spearheaded by Ed Vaizey, Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills. The news follows the coalition government's move to scrap a proposed 20% tax break for…
Doctor Who: The Adventure Games – Screenshot Gallery
Tech Digest have just grabbed some of the first pics of the newly announced Doctor Who video games, due for release on PC and Mac this June! Split into four episodes, Doctor Who: The Adventure Games will be available for…
Doctor Who video games hitting PCs and Macs this June for free
Doctor Who and his iconic cast of aliens are about to make the jump from your TV screen to your computer monitor in the first series of video games based on the franchise since its reboot a few years ago….
Opinion: Why Gordon Brown, Dr Tanya Byron and the Nanny State should stay out of technology
When does a Government go too far in a bid to protect its citizens? When it locks people up without a charge? When it bans people from taking to the streets and puts them under curfew? Or when it employs a TV presenter to look at how the Internet and computer games are harming the nation’s youngsters?
This week it’s been announced Dr Tanya Byron – star of such TV greats as House of Tiny Tearaways – is to preside over a review of what effect the web and console adventures are having on kids across Britain. And I for one find it not only laughable, but downright disgusting that Gordon Brown and his cohorts think they have the right to interfere in our lives which such a pointless exercise…