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Alex M

Alex M
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Alex "Theoban" McHugh is a massive RPG and classic gaming fan, recently though he's become consumed by The Elder Scrolls Online. He's also a devoted Warhammer 40k player, hoping to take his beloved Word Bearers to victory. At least, once would be nice. Follow Alex on Green Man Gaming here.

Stainless Games and GMG Publishing announce ShockRods

Stainless Games and GMG Publishing have today announced their brand new IP, ShockRods. After earlier announcing a partnership, today sees the first...

Vivendi sells remainder of Ubisoft shares

Vivendi has sold the last tranche of shares it owned in Ubisoft. As reported by Reuters, Vivendi sold its...

Green Man Gaming Publishing partners with Stainless Games

Green Man Gaming Publishing have today announced that they are partnering with award winning studio Stainless Games to bring a brand new...

Free multiplayer client for Offworld Trading Company

Offworld Trading Company, the economic strategy game from the designer of Civilization IV, will receive a new multiplayer client.

Dying Light celebrates fourth anniversary

Dying Light, the parkour and zombie-based action survival horror developed by Techland has turned four years old. Released in...

Gaming vets launch ‘e-health’ games company WellBeings

Games industry veterans have teamed up with a mental health mentor have launched WellBeings, a games company focused around e-health.

$43.4 billion spent on video games in the US in 2018

A record-breaking $43.4 billion in video game revenue was generated in the US over 2018, according to data released by the Entertainment...

UKIP announces that it ‘stands with PewDiePie’

On Twitter, the official account for the right-wing political party UKIP has urged followers to subscribe to PewDiePie, stating that it 'stands...

Microsoft asking for Windows 10 gaming feedback

Xbox Ideas, a feedback site from Microsoft's Team Xbox, is asking for feedback regarding gaming on Windows 10.

Machinima removes YouTube catalogue

Machinima, the multiplatform online entertainment network, has set all its videos to private meaning they are effectively removed from the internet.