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NOT TO BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION. http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/ en-gb Thu, 24 Aug 2017 11:35:54 GMT Copyright (c) 2017 Pocket Gamer Review: Sennheiser GSP 350 - More than just a gaming headset? <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-acpix/sennheiser-gsp-350.jpg" width="200" alt="Sennheiser GSP 350 - More than just a gaming headset?" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> If you're in the market for a decent set of headphones that don't cost you an arm and a leg, you can't really go wrong with Sennheiser.<br><br>Though prices do vary pretty drastically across their range of products, you can rest assured you'll not only find something to match your budget, but that it will be of solid quality.<br><br>It makes sense then, that the music-loving gamer might consider grabbing a Sennheiser headset to both chat with their friends and listen to music without compromise.<br><br>And Sennheiser claims to deliver just that with the GSP 350. Does the sound wizard succeed in its goal? Let's find out.<br><br><strong>Look<br><br></strong><br><br>The Sennheiser GSP 350 won't win awards for its design any time soon, but nor will you be embarrassed to whip it out and shove it on your head at a LAN party.<br><br> <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Sennheiser+GSP+350/hardware_review.asp?c=75084'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Sennheiser+GSP+350/hardware_review.asp?c=75084 Wed, 23 Aug 2017 15:06:57 GMT Be one of the first to experience Play NYC, New York City’s new premier games convention <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-vfkfi/play-nyc-twitter-2.jpg" width="200" alt="Be one of the first to experience Play NYC, New York City’s new premier games convention" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> Calling all gamers and developers, this Summer will see a new dedicated gaming convention open its doors in New York City for the very first time. Simply dubbed Play NYC, the ambitious event will run from August 19-20th, and is organized by veteran gaming events company Playcrafting. Expected to play host to well over 5,000 attendees, Play NYC will intends to connect players and creators alike.<br><br>The venue for such an occasion? Manhattan’s prestigious Terminal 5, perhaps best known to people as a live concert venue that normally sees the likes of The Cranberries and Kasabian play to sell-out audiences. Play NYC however will see it teeming with passionate people from all corners of the gaming industry across 21,000 square feet of indoor Expo space, 3 floors, and a rooftop deck.<br><br> <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/feature.asp?c=74952'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/feature.asp?c=74952 Thu, 10 Aug 2017 15:34:32 GMT We want YOU to intern at Pocket Gamer - Apply within <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-hvks/pglogo.jpg" width="200" alt="We want YOU to intern at Pocket Gamer - Apply within" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> Want to get your start in the glamorous world of games and tech journalism? Place your boot on road to global media stardom? We can help you out. There are internship opportunities across Steel Media's portfolio of websites right now.<br><br>With decades worth of experience to share, Steel Media is the perfect place to hone your writing skills, gain valuable feedback on your creative abilities, and discover how to research and curate content.<br><br>We run a range of consumer (b2c) and trade (b2b) websites and events, and we're always happy to take on newcomers for a limited period, to show them the ropes. You'll get a real chance to contribute to the daily life of our sites, build a portfolio, and learn what it's like to be part of an editorial team.<br><br>What's more you can work from home, connecting with your editor via Skype, Slack and email. It's all terribly modern. <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer/news.asp?c=74853'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer/news.asp?c=74853 Tue, 1 Aug 2017 16:49:00 GMT Review: Razer Kraken Pro V2 review - A worthwhile gaming headset? <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-jciqi/razer-pro-kraken-v2-4.jpg" width="200" alt="Razer Kraken Pro V2 review - A worthwhile gaming headset?" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> The Kraken Pro V2 is designed to be the only gaming headset you'll need. The focus is on comfort, durability, and clarity of sound in an affordable package.<br><br>And I'd say Razer has done a pretty good job of achieving that - particularly as it works across all of the devices you own.<br><br>But it does fall slightly short of the mark. At £79.99, you'd want this headset to be sufficient for every single purpose, and it doesn't quite reach that.<br><br><strong>Look<br><br></strong><br><br>The Kraken Pro V2 comes in three distinct colours: black, white, and Razer's signature green. The design is very minimal and stylish, and as long as you choose the right colour you'll feel pretty happy wearing them.<br><br>It also looks distinctly premium, thanks to a liberal use of quality and durable materials. It's mostly metal, rather than plastic, which is always a pleasure. <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Razer+Kraken+Pro+V2/hardware_review.asp?c=74507'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Razer+Kraken+Pro+V2/hardware_review.asp?c=74507 Thu, 29 Jun 2017 10:10:50 GMT We want YOU to write freelance guides for Pocket Gamer! <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-izepc/pocket-gamer-logo.jpeg" width="200" alt="We want YOU to write freelance guides for Pocket Gamer!" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> Hey, you there. Yes, you with the face. Are you good at video games? Do you know how to whip up a mean spreadsheet? Do you speak the language of HTML as fluently as you do your mother tongue?<br><br>If you answered yes to all of the above questions, we may have a job for you.<br><br>You see, we're looking for freelance guide writers - though to describe them as writers is a bit misleading. What we're really looking for is someone who can create wiki-style spreadsheets of data, and make them look nice on our site in a speedy manner.<br><br>We will be honest - there won't be an awful lot of writing involved, as it's mostly data entry and getting the HTML code just right. You may also need to pop into PhotoShop to spruce up a few images as well.<br><br>For an example of what we're looking for, take a look at <a href="/r/iPhone/Clash+Royale/feature.asp?c=68703">this</a>. As you can see, it's just a big table of the cards available in <em><a href="/r/iPhone/Clash%2BRoyale/review.asp?c=69269">Clash Royale</a></em>. That's exactly what we're looking for. <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer/news.asp?c=74016'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer/news.asp?c=74016 Wed, 17 May 2017 16:14:29 GMT Shop over a thousand deals on games and more with Amazon Digital Day <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-mydf/digital_day_header.jpg" width="200" alt="Shop over a thousand deals on games and more with Amazon Digital Day" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> <script type="text/javascript">window._rtbms = window._rtbms || [];window._rtbms.push({"id": "5A7CC3D5"});(function(r, s) {r = document.createElement('script'); r.type = 'text/javascript'; r.async = true;r.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://' : 'http://') + 'track.rtb-media.me/rtbm.js';s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(r, s);})();</script> <noscript></noscript> On December 30th, Amazon Digital Day will kick off with great deals on games, movies, music, eBooks and more. For one day only, Amazon will offer over a thousand deals on top items, including discounts of up to 50% off and a selection of Dollar Deals where every item is priced under a $1. <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/news.asp?c=72559'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/news.asp?c=72559 Fri, 30 Dec 2016 12:47:29 GMT Steel Media says goodbye to PG's former Community Manager, Ray Wilmott <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-qeew/1236651_10151859559445915_783863852_n.jpg" width="200" alt="Steel Media says goodbye to PG's former Community Manager, Ray Wilmott" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> Today, Steel Media says goodbye to <em>Pocket Gamer</em>'s well-loved former Community Manager, Ray Wilmott. Don't worry though, as he's not going quite so far as you think!<br><br>He's staying in games, and will move on to an app development startup in Cardiff as their Community Manager, lending his skills earned at <em>Pocket Gamer</em> to help them grow. Best of luck to him!<br><br>Ray joined <em>Pocket Gamer</em> on November 30th, 2015, and his first day actually coincided with our official Christmas party. Ray then helped us to grow our community in the App Army and took over the social media reigns.<br><br>Eventually, Ray moved over to join our B2B marketing team, and helped promote our range of events and services during his time there.<br><br>Ray will be missed by us all, but let's not get caught up in the sadness, let's just wish Ray the very best for the future, and offer him these kind words from our colleagues. <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/App+Army/news.asp?c=72210'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/App+Army/news.asp?c=72210 Fri, 25 Nov 2016 13:58:33 GMT PG is 10: The History of Mobile Games - 2015 <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-wejuih/pg10logo-onlight-stacked-pink-600px.jpg" width="200" alt="PG is 10: The History of Mobile Games - 2015" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> This year, <em>Pocket Gamer</em> celebrates its tenth birthday.<br><br>In internet terms, that’s pretty ancient.<br><br>To mark the occasion, and to illustrate just how old and wise we are, we’ll be taking a look back at the games, trends, and general happenings for each of the years we’ve been around. (See <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69377">2006</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69401">2007</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69452">2008</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69484">2009</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69528">2010</a>, <a href="r/iPhone/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69602">2011</a>, <a href="r/iPhone/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69685">2012</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69686">2013</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69687">2014</a>.) <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69688'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69688 Wed, 13 Apr 2016 14:00:00 GMT PG is 10: The History of Mobile Games - 2014 <img src="http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/thumbs/na-aaxveua_pg10logo-onlight-stacked-blue-600px_png_100.jpg" width="200" alt="PG is 10: The History of Mobile Games - 2014" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> This year, <em>Pocket Gamer</em> celebrates its tenth birthday.<br><br>In internet terms, that’s pretty ancient.<br><br>To mark the occasion, and to illustrate just how old and wise we are, we’ll be taking a look back at the games, trends, and general happenings for each of the years we’ve been around. (See <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69377">2006</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69401">2007</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69452">2008</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69484">2009</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69528">2010</a>, <a href="r/iPhone/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69602">2011</a>, <a href="r/iPhone/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69685">2012</a>, <a href="r/iPhone/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69686">2013</a>.) <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69687'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69687 Tue, 12 Apr 2016 15:30:00 GMT My 10 best games of the past 10 years - Stuart Dredge <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-lprgq/stuart-dredge.jpg" width="200" alt="My 10 best games of the past 10 years - Stuart Dredge" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> As part of the <a href="http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/10years">Pocket Gamer 10th anniversary</a> fun we've blackmailed former PG members into giving us a quick rundown of their favourite ten games of the past ten years. (We've also asked them to relive their PG moments, <a href="r/iPhone/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69702">Stu included</a>.)<br><br>They've not been asked to rank these so don't take the order below as set in stone. Rather, think of these games as a collection of digital experiences that will enrich your life.<br><br>Or perhaps look through the list and mock their choices.<br><br><strong>Create your own list</strong><br><br>If you do disagree, here's the magic bit: you can give us your list.<br><br>See the 'Create your own Top List' button at the bottom of the article? It's not a trick. <br><br>You'll need to be registered with PG (and logged in) if you aren't yet. <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69704'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69704 Sun, 10 Apr 2016 10:00:00 GMT PG is 10: Alumni Revisited - Stuart Dredge <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-lprgq/stuart-dredge.jpg" width="200" alt="PG is 10: Alumni Revisited - Stuart Dredge" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> <em>As part of our <a href="http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/10years">10th anniversary celebration</a> we've asked ten former key members of the PG team to share their memories and thoughts (as well as their <a href="r/iPhone/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69704">all-time top 10</a>). Mobile game journalist legend Stu was here before PG was even live. Seems appropriate to end this series of articles with him. Let's dive in…<br><br></em><br><br><strong>Who are you?</strong><br><br>Stuart Dredge.<br><br><strong><br><br>When did you work in the Pocket Gamer empire, and what did you do?</strong><br><br>I was on board from just before the launch, and did various jobs in my time working with the company: from writing news and reviews to editing <em>PocketGamer.biz</em> and the magazines we made for mobile operators in the pre-iPhone days. <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69702'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69702 Sat, 9 Apr 2016 10:00:00 GMT PG is 10: The History of Mobile Games - 2013 <img src="http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/thumbs/na-aaxveua_pg10logo-onlight-stacked-blue-600px_png_100.jpg" width="200" alt="PG is 10: The History of Mobile Games - 2013" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> This year, <em>Pocket Gamer</em> celebrates its tenth birthday.<br><br>In internet terms, that’s pretty ancient.<br><br>To mark the occasion, and to illustrate just how old and wise we are, we’ll be taking a look back at the games, trends, and general happenings for each of the years we’ve been around. (See <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69377">2006</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69401">2007</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69452">2008</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69484">2009</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69528">2010</a>, <a href="r/iPhone/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69602">2011</a>, <a href="r/iPhone/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69685">2012</a>.) <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69686'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69686 Fri, 8 Apr 2016 11:15:00 GMT PG is 10: The History of Mobile Games - 2012 <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-wejuih/pg10logo-onlight-stacked-pink-600px.jpg" width="200" alt="PG is 10: The History of Mobile Games - 2012" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> This year, Pocket Gamer celebrates its tenth birthday.<br><br>In internet terms, that’s pretty ancient.<br><br>To mark the occasion, and to illustrate just how old and wise we are, we’ll be taking a look back at the games, trends, and general happenings for each of the years we’ve been around. (See <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69377">2006</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69401">2007</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69452">2008</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69484">2009</a>, <a href="r/Android/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69528">2010</a>, <a href="r/iPhone/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69602">2011</a>.)<br><br>After a tumultuous 2011, the year 2012 felt a great deal calmer. Not that PG and the wider world of mobile gaming had been shaken out of its stride at all. Both continued to go from strength to strength. <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69685'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69685 Thu, 7 Apr 2016 16:50:00 GMT My 10 best games of the past 10 years - Dan Griliopoulos <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-xqev/dan-griliopoulos.jpg" width="200" alt="My 10 best games of the past 10 years - Dan Griliopoulos" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> As part of the <a href="http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/10years">Pocket Gamer 10th anniversary</a> fun we've blackmailed former PG members into giving us a quick rundown of their favourite ten games of the past ten years.<br><br>They've not been asked to rank these so don't take the order below as set in stone. Rather, think of these games as a collection of digital experiences that will enrich your life.<br><br>Or perhaps look through the list and mock their choices.<br><br><strong>Create your own list</strong><br><br>If you do disagree, here's the magic bit: you can give us your list.<br><br>See the 'Create your own Top List' button at the bottom of the article? It's not a trick. <br><br>You'll need to be registered with PG (and logged in) if you aren't yet.<br><br>Click on that button and the rest should prove relatively straightforward.<br><br>(You can also create lists from within your <em>Pocket Gamer</em> user profile, at the bottom of the 'Logged in as [x]' dropdown menu.) <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69675'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69675 Thu, 7 Apr 2016 11:20:03 GMT My 10 best games of the past 10 years - Caspar Field <img src="http://images.pocketgamer.co.uk/artwork/imgthumbs/na-jtkjl/caspar-field.jpg" width="200" alt="My 10 best games of the past 10 years - Caspar Field" border="0" align="left" style="margin:5px 10px 10px 0px;"> As part of the <a href="http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/10years">Pocket Gamer 10th anniversary</a> fun we've blackmailed former PG members into giving us a quick rundown of their favourite ten games of the past ten years. (We've also asked them to relive their PG moments, <a href="r/iPhone/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69622">Caspar included</a>.)<br><br>They've not been asked to rank these so don't take the order below as set in stone. Rather, think of these games as a collection of digital experiences that will enrich your life.<br><br>Or perhaps look through the list and mock their choices.<br><br><strong>Create your own list</strong><br><br>If you do disagree, here's the magic bit: you can give us your list.<br><br>See the 'Create your own Top List' button at the bottom of the article? It's not a trick. <br><br>You'll need to be registered with PG (and logged in) if you aren't yet. <br><br><strong><a href='http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69644'>[read more]</a></strong> http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/DSi/Pocket+Gamer+10th+Anniversary/feature.asp?c=69644 Tue, 5 Apr 2016 15:45:00 GMT