There are so many great multiplayer games out there but which ones should you only play with your closest friends, and which ones can you play with grandma? Here Jasmin and Andy tell us their favourite multiplayer games and who you should play them with!
Each year we gather information from people in the games industry across a range of topics: salaries, benefits, remote work, priorities, and much more. This year with covid and everyone moving to working remotely where we can, it is more interesting than ever to see what’s happening across the industry.
Welcome to our 6th annual Games and Interactive Salary and Satisfaction Survey results. We're happy to share this report with you... that delves into what makes the Games and Interactive industry tick!
Ukie recently released their new Get Smart About P.L.A.Y campaign which aims to encourage parents to set rules and make use of parental controls in their child's game playing. Below we take a look into how you can take control over your kids videogames!
Every December we invite the brightest and biggest brains from games studios in and around Brighton to join us at our annual Games Brains of Brighton quiz, raising money for Special Effect and 2019 was bigger and better than ever before!
As the last of the summer drifts away from us into the miserable drabness of October, we can take solace in the fact that we now have an ideal excuse to stay inside and play video games… and what a time to do so!
September's here, the temperatures dropped and the days are definitely getting shorter... but we really don't mind as this month we won't be leaving the house! Check out the hottest game releases this month.
For many of us, work is a major part of our lives. It's where we spend most of our time, how we generate our income and often where we make our friends. Having a fulfilling job can be good for your mental health and general wellbeing.
February saw Brighton's first-ever student Gay(M) Jam, to co-inside with LGBTQ+ History month. We spoke to the driving force behind it, Second-year Computer Science Games Student, Marc Walker about why Inclusivity in Games in so important.