This evening is going to be a VERY exciting night for G3 Radio!
Thanks to Fatal and his amazing PR skills, Total Biscuit will be popping down to speak to us!
As well as this, DJArcas, the main behind xbox360 game “FortressCraft” is going to be coming back again for a follow up interview from when we last spoke to him at i42.
Last but not least, CEΩ from the charity Ludus Magnus (ludusmagnas.org.uk) will also be coming in for a chat with the G3 crew!
As well as all this the crew shall be entertaining the i44 crowd on the main stage at the event later as well as rocking the air waves from 7pm onwards.
All interviews will be played live on air as well as available on the website, so stay tuned and listen in!
Tomorrow members of G3-Radio will be joining Krem and Fatal of Crash to Desktop at Insomnia 44, as the poster states they may invade both G3’s live shows Saturday 7-10pm GMT and Sunday 12-3pm GMT, and unconfirmed as of yet but Teldur (aka Dave) of Blastprocess.com may be popping down Sunday for his show 7-9pm GMT.
We’ll be there all weekend, hopefully to snap up some pictures, videos and if CTD are lucky get some interviews.
Gamers. An underground species of few number. Typically males, with unwashed hair. People who spend their lives sat in front of a TV, entering unknown virtual worlds, saving the day and defeating the bad guys. They don’t need a social life, nor do they require someone to have a ‘relationship’ with. They venture outside purely to purchase more games, before venturing back home.
That paragraph, of course, is complete rubbish. A statement reserved for the school playgrounds of yesteryear. The image below possibly gives a bolder statement of gamers today:
That image was shot in the small town of Crewe during the evening of Monday 7th November 2011. The occasion? The midnight release of one of the most anticipated iterations of the first-person shooter genre ever, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3.
I think its pretty apparent even just by that shot, that more and more people are engaging in videogames as a hobby, or even as part of a social routine. So is it now cool to play games?