James McMahon

Game over: what happens when gamers get old?

Are you ever too old to play video games? It’s a conundrum I am currently wrestling with

PlayStation’s 25th Anniversary: how Sony’s iconic machine changed the game

A ground-breaking kit that changed the views on gaming, forever

Martin Birch’s best songs, from Black Sabbath to Fleetwood Mac and Iron Maiden

The legendary rock producer has died at the age of 71. RIP

At The Drive-In’s Omar Rodríguez-López: “I can hear an incredible amount of suffering in my old songs”

The legendary guitarist talks US politics, old music, and new project 'The Clouds Hill Tapes'

Inside that horrifying new ‘Resident Evil Village’ trailer

How Capcom’s hit survival-horror franchise finally got back its soul

Lamb Of God – ‘Lamb Of God’ review: metal deities show no sign of letting their wrath subside

On album 10, the genre veterans go into battle with a host of heavy titans, laying waste to everything in their path

‘Central Park’, from the creators of ‘Bob’s Burgers’, is TV’s most wholesome new show

In a time where it feels like society is collapsing, a musical animation about people chilling outside is just what we needed

It’s time – finally – for an ‘Alan Wake’ sequel

‘Control’ was my favourite game of last year. But it’s made me want to revisit another title I thought I was done with… behold the Remedyverse?

Skate or die! A brief history of the skateboard in video games

Earlier this month, news that the first two ‘Tony Hawk's’ games were to be redux and remastered almost knocked the world off its axis. This is why they matter so much
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