Electronic Theatre has today announced the 10th anniversary celebrations of the UK based videogames specialist publication with an array of new features. Beginning today with the launch of a redesign, a series of enticing new features are scheduled for the coming weeks.
Established in 2003, Electronic Theatre has become a well recognised brand in videogames specialist media over the last decade receiving over 500,000 unique visitors per month. Delivering news, reviews and exclusive features aimed directly at the UK audience on a daily basis, Electronic Theatre has built a large community always eager to take on board the latest and greatest videogaming has to offer. In order to encourage this, the Electronic Theatre redesign incorporates the return of many fan-favourite features, such as Friends Lists and the long awaited return of the fully-moderated forums.
The launch of the new Electronic Theatre will be accompanied by plenty of new content, from competitions to the exclusive Industry Blogs; regular columns from journalists and industry representatives from all corners of the industry. These Industry Blogs begin today with new series from Rising Star Games’ Yen Hau and freelance writer Alex Lemcovich. Yen will offer a unique perspective on the addictive world of MMO gaming while Alex offers his opinion of some of the biggest advances videogames have made in recent times.
In addition to the brand new face of Electronic Theatre a new project arrives today, aimed at a niche audience. Metro Gaming is a brand new website from the team at Electronic Theatre aimed at the core Xbox gamer, covering Xbox 360, Windows 8 and Windows Phone platforms as well as the Xbox LIVE service. Live now, Metro Gaming will become a mainstay of the Xbox gamer’s online library as it delivers all the latest news and reviews for Metro devices.