E3 2019 is just around the corner - here are my big predictions for the show.Read More
The Emotion Engineer is back tonight at 5pm GMT - playing SSX 3 on PlayStation 2 to a sweet 00s Emo soundtrack, as requested by one lovely Twitch viewer.Read More
Watch the first every Emotion Engineer stream on Twitch - the channel dedicated to PlayStation 2 gaming - live today at 5pm GMT.Read More
When many people look back at the games of yesteryear that defined my childhood, SSX is at the top of that list. If you agree, we've made a petition for you to sign. If you're still skeptical, we've got a few reasons why.Read More
Ever miss playing SSX? Watch this incredible video of Night skiing with a flare taped the board, and reminisce. Nicolas Vuignier took to the pristine slopes of Switzerland, turning them a hellish red as he goes. The beautiful slopes look more like a grand tour through hell.Read More
We all need a gentle reminder from time to time. This Week In New Releases from New Rising Media aims to do just that – remind you of the biggest, best and hottest new media releases to look out for this week. From the latest big screen blockbusters, to this week's most anticipated Blu-Ray discs, via details of the next big triple-A videogame to reach consoles. This isn't a total run-down of everything new this week, though, these are carefully hand-picked for your viewing/playing pleasure entirely by us, enjoy.
Game Group’s future as a major high-street videogame retailer is looking ever more worrying as reports have emerged today that the retailer will not be stocking any of EA Games’ March releases immediately following the European release of SSX this Friday. Crucially – and perhaps foretelling of what is to come for the company – that will mean no store shelving will be reserved for EA and Bioware’s trilogy-closer Mass Effect 3, the biggest and most noteworthy game of the year so far.
If you've ever plunged down a slope of death-defying proportions, listening to a certain Run DMC song, playing as a male individual with a giant afro, you probably have been watching this game very closely to see whether it is the renaissance of a genre that's been dead for too long, or a metaphorical final nail in the coffin of video-game brand rebirths.