Street Fighter Charity Album

Street Fighter Charity Album

Jun 22, 2017

Street Fighter is practically a religion for some people, and the series itself sits amongst the most highly-respected and well received games of all time. The fighting game scene has had its share of well publicised downsides, so it’s a breath of fresh air to be able to talk about something that’s not just good but genuinely great coming from the...

Macmillan Game Heroes 24 hour marathon

Macmillan Game Heroes 24 hour marathon

Apr 11, 2017

We’re not sure about you but we love games (yay!), and we hate cancer (boo!). So whenever something comes along that combines the two, it gives us the warm-and-fuzzies. Macmillan Cancer Support are running a year long event called Macmillan Game Heroes, to raise money for charity with the help of streamers. The big news is that Twitch are also helping out...

Support Alzheimer’s research; buy this hilarious book

Support Alzheimer’s research; buy this hilarious book

Oct 4, 2015

Do you like laughing? Do you like that warm, fuzzy feeling you get inside when you do A Good Thing? In that case, you’re going to want to buy In Memory: A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett, which combines the two rather nicely. It’s an anthology of short stories, not a game, but you know what? 100% of profits will be going to Alzheimer’s Research...

This War of Mine DLC partners with street artists for charity

This War of Mine DLC partners with street artists for charity

Mar 10, 2015

11 bit studios have released DLC for the critically acclaimed This War of Mine that does two wonderful things. The first is partnering with some of the stars of the street art world. M-City, Gabriel “Specter” Reese, SeaCreative, Emir Cerimovic, Fauxreel, and Mateusz Waluś have all chipped in original artwork. These pieces of art centred around the core...

Operation Supply Drop hosts fund-raiser

Operation Supply Drop hosts fund-raiser

Sep 17, 2012

Captain Stephen “Shanghai Six” Machuga served with the US Army for eight years before retiring with airborne and infantry experience under his belt. Care packages sent overseas became a welcome fact of life for his divisions, but soap and biscuits– while appreciated– didn’t last very long. Videogames, Machuga figured, are a different...