Eidos Life President Ian Livingstone fights the fantasists who blame pixel gore for real-life crime.
Ian Livingstone, author of the Fighting Fantasy series of gaming books in the 1980s and founder of Tomb Raider publisher Eidos in the early 1990s has been honoured with a British Inspiration Award this month.
Yoichi Wada wants to see an end to the 'closed environment'environment', with Square looking to follow Sega's lead in acquiring and working with more western groups in the future.
Lord Carter's interim report on Digital Britain, published late last month, has come under heavy fire from critics that have slammed its jargonistic, woolly nature and lack of concrete proposals for properly preparing the UK for 'a digital future'.
Following the release of the recent, rather-better-than-expected Tomb Raider: Underworld T3 magazine invited none other than Lara Croft to edit their website for a day.