About GamePeople

Video game reviews with a difference

People are more interesting than videogames, so we tell weird, wonderful and everyday stories about what happens when different people sit down to spend time with a game. Coming from all walks of life, we group our columnists into the following categories, which one are you?

Let’s Play Angry Birds Transformers –...

With 25 characters to unlock in Angry Birds Transformers we couldn’t resist diving back into the game to look at two more characters Goldbite Grimlock and Galvatron We’ll... - Read more...

2 Minute Guide: LittleBigPlanet 3 (PEGI 7+)

1 Genre and story:
Like the previous games in the series LittleBigPlanet 3 is a platform game where you navigate a character through various levels jumping on platforms and solving puzzles... - Read more...

2 Minute Guide: Dragon Age Inquisition (PEGI 18)

1 Genre and story:
Dragon Age Inquisition is a role- playing game you play a character that develops as the story unfolds who leads an evolving group of heroes to save the world It’ s... - Read more...

2 Minute Guide: Call of Duty Advanced Warfare (PEGI 18+)

What parents need to know about Call of Duty Advanced Warfare. From what makes it great to what to watch out for, here’s the ultimate 2 minute guide. - Read more...

Getting to know you

Finding your home in any community can take a while, something that's not helped when everyone is talking about videogames. But don't go yet. Read a few reviews. Many of our regular readers came across us by accident and much to their surprise ended up coming back for more. Here are some things our community are doing to support the site:

Family Videogames of the Year

Vote for our Family Game of the year and win 1000 360/PS3/Wii console bundle:
Each year we pick the best family games in each of our six age groups. We also pick the best family games for each different console and handheld: DS, 3DS, Wii, 360, Kinect, PS3, PSP

Settle down with Family Gamer TV

Our take on a videogame TV show. We follow real families and their kids as they make their way into the world of video gaming.

Spend some time with these videogame Radio Shows

As well as a weekly videogame conversations that draw in our various columnists, we intersperse radio-plays, videogame review songs and standup comedy. Meat, two veg and afters.

Videogame news without all the clutter

The problem with video game news is that there is so much of it. We've made it our task to sift out the noise and bring you news about games you should be excited about.

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With so many different perspectives it can be hard to know where to start - a little like walking into a crowded pub. Sorry about that.

But so far we've not found a way to streamline our review output - there's basically too much of it. So, rather than dilute things for newcomers we have decided to live with the hubbub while helping new readers find the columnists they will enjoy.

Our writers also contribute to Wired.com, Wired.co.uk, The Times, The Telegraph and BBC blogs. Popular topics are Skylanders Trap Team, Skylanders Trap Team Starter Pack, Skylanders Trap Team Review and Family Gamer TV.

What sort of gamer are you?

Our columnists each focus on a particular perspective and fall into one of the following types of gamers: