Written on: 27/08/2010
Digitizer was excellent with Tony Mott, but after he and his team left in 2003 Gamecentral was born and with it a certain level of arrogance in my humble opinion. Don't get me wrong, their reviews most of the time are sport on. However their narrow-minded approach to views and mailers who express opposite views is unacceptable. Now they have moved to Metro website, makes a nice couple i.e. two biased news agency's. I'll stick to Edge!… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/04/2010
I used to enjoy Digitiser, Gamecentral not so much.
Mainly because the current writers have a major grudge against one of my favourite game developers , and never miss an opportunity to put them down.
Which is pretty frustrating, as I didn't have internet access for many years, this was my only source of videogame news. Any attempt to disagree with their opinion is often met with ridicule, and the few of my letters that have been published are severly edited just so they can dismiss any… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/05/2008 by Johnny Organ (1 review written)
For Game Central, following the in the footsteps of the legendary Digitizer was always going to be an unfathomable task. Mr Biffo had such a huge cult following (myself included). His quirky humour, controversy and characters were a breath of fresh air for us gamers and people tuned in for the laughs as well as the daily updates on computer game news. Games Central is an entirely different beast.
Where Digitizer was the genius of one man and a huge cult following, Game Central should be… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/10/2007 by loowis (1 review written)
It's a nice way to get all the information you need if you don't have an internet connection. There's nothing particularly wrong with it, but when compared to magazines and gaming websites, it DOES come short. Free and easy to access, though… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/05/2005 by TOMLEECEE (121 reviews written)
Game Central isn't a magazine as such, it's more a daily dosage of quality gaming journalism delivered in bite size chunks via Channel 4 Teletext.
The 4 pages (376,377,378 and 379) are updated daily throughout the week and offer the latest news and also some surprisingly unbiased reviews. Game Central has its own brand of humour and in-jokes that only regular readers will get, but if you need a quick fix of gaming news, it's only a remote control button press away - and it's free. The major… Read Full Review
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