Manchester is known for many things: the diligence of the worker bee, the thriving music scene, the sprawling nightlife comprising of bars, restaurants, and secret locations.
Manchester’s first gaming festival is to arrive in the city next month, with organisers wanting to put the emphasis on the social side of gaming over hardcore competition or the latest triple-A titles hoovering your wallet.
Coroner leads fight against ‘super-violent’ Call of Duty after game linked to suicides of FOUR Manchester teens
A coroner is investigating violent video game Call of Duty after up to FOUR Manchester teenagers who regularly played it went on to kill themselves.
There is only One: Midnight launch of next generation Xbox sees Manchester gamers queue through night
Titles including Call of Duty: Ghosts and Battlefield 4, are available
Poorly placed or bad taste? Call of Duty ‘Ghosts’ advert erected in St Peter’s Square… in front of war memorial
The advert sits in front of Manchester’s new KPMG building
My Big Mouth: Video games are not to blame for violent youth – and USA burning them will not solve anything
Parents and gun laws are the issue, not computer games.
Black Ops 2, Diablo III and Far Cry 3 cut the mustard.
MM reporter braves live action zombie experience.
MM face the clash of the online shooters.
Industry insiders fear tax breaks for video games firms may not be enough to keep talent in Manchester.
Video games are making children more violent and aggressive, a teaching union suggested at a Manchester conference this week.