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About Resolution

What is Resolution?

Resolution is a monthly videogames e-zine run primarily by a group of egocentric misfits in Leeds, UK.

It's all delivered in the lovely, straightforward format of HTML, so you've no silly PDF files to download. We aim to talk about videogames in the most diverse and relevant way possible, meaning we've the standard 'news and reviews' gubbins, but also plenty of other worthwhile articles for you to cast your watchful eyes over.


We do this because we bloody love videogames, we bloody love writing about them, and we're bloody proud of both of these facts. We hope that you - yes, sir/madam, you! - can share in this gleeful excitement about this most wonderful of creative media, and that you enjoy reading the words what we have written.


Contact

Any queries, troubles, pleas or score-related death threats should be sent to contact[at]resolution-magazine.co.uk.  We assume you're sensible enough to change the [at] for a @ when you send the email...

To contact a particular member of staff, you can use the email addresses listed below.  Please be aware, though, that the general address should be your primary port of call, and the individual emails should only be used for direct correspondence over a specific and relevant matter.


The Team

Lewis Denby
General Editor
lewis.denby[at]resolution-magazine.co.uk

Andy Johnson
Features Editor
andy.johnson[at]resolution-magazine.co.uk

Pete Hulme
Staff Writer
pete.hulme[at]resolution-magazine.co.uk

Graham Jones
Staff Writer
graham.jones[at]resolution-magazine.co.uk

J.D. Richardson
Staff Writer
j.d.richardson[at]resolution-magazine.co.uk

Michael Sterrett
Staff Writer
michael.sterrett[at]resolution-magazine.co.uk


...with help from a few others, including

Jonathan Alisandyr
Ben Barrett
Greg Giddens
Gary Hartley
Martin Stoddart
David Williams
Alan Williamson

Contents
Issue 5

Podcast

Editor's Note

The Special Report
Ban this sick filth! etc

16-Bit Boy
Is multiplayer gaming breeding a generation of angry souls?

Dwarf Fortress Diary
This freeware ASCII game has captured our imagination

The Hero
Can inferior games provide us with the most lasting memories?

First Impressions: Quake Live
Should we be quaking in our boots?

Reviews:

Resident Evil 5
Multi

Empire: Total War
PC

Street Fighter IV
Multi

Killzone 2
PS3

Halo Wars
Xbox360

Flower
PS3

Men of War
PC

Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.
Multi

Ceville
PC

Shifter's Box
PC