Chella is downright giddy that she is getting to play Halo 2 in September. Tune in to see what other titles will be revealed at duelling British trade shows.
In England, it’s the same old story again. Violence is blamed on computer games following a tragedy. But what are the real issues?
This fall, England will be crazy with two E3-like trade shows competing with one another the same week. Chella gets the scoop from the new kid on the block.
Chella may have forgotten to order her silver tin box containing Halo 2, but that did not stop her European Halo party from firing up!
This week Chella puts on an overcoat and takes to the streets in a 1930’s detective-style online adventure. Could Film Noir make a comeback?
The unexpected arrival of the sun in England this week is calling Chella away from gaming, or at least trying.
If you think it’s easy for a foreign journalist to get into E3 next week, think again! Chella experiences the painful ins and outs of US customs.
Chella finds out that "M" rated games are not necessarily aimed at "mature" audiences.
They say there is no fury like a woman scorned. See what happens this week when Chella’s best games turn against her!
Back to back, surrounded by fiends on every side – co-operative play is the only way to go down. Cue Butch and Sundance style sepia-toned freeze frame, for that added element of pathos. Yep, if you're gonna go, then it's best to go side by side with a fellow gamer. Let's face it, co-operative gaming is the future. Halo opened my eyes to the power of co-operative play and its ability to make levels endlessly replayable. Hours and hours are lost covering each other's backs and taking point whilst your partner takes out enemies strategically. Of course, you can opt … Continue reading Two Hearts, Beat As One