New PC games website with a difference now live. Say hello to – the latest, best stuff about the games you lo

Wednesday 13 June: For immediate release is the first site from Network N Ltd – the new media business started by  ex-Future games boss James Binns.

Network N is building independent fan communities. At launch features 18 fan channels (called Ns) based on the top PC games franchises.

Network N focuses on the games that gamers are actually playing. Network N’s unique approach combines original journalism, with audience submissions and aggregated content from across the web. will have everything about the biggest PC games, all in one place.

As an example, in the site features hands on previews of Guild Wars 2’s classes and coverage of the most recent beta weekend alongside agregated content teaching you to be a masterchef in the game and submissions to fan art.

Managing Director James Binns said, “ has assembled a talented team to drive editorial quality and our developers have built a brilliant new platform. Our mission is to give our audience the latest, best stuff about the game they love.”

The launch Editor will be popular journalist Dan Griliopolous, joined by Associate Editor Steve Hogarty (formerly the Editor of PC Zone). The respected editor Tim Edwards has left his role as head of PC Gamer and from July 11th will be heading up all editorial in his role as Creative Director.

Commenting on the appointment of Tim Edwards James Binns said, “Tim has spent over a decade covering PC games and his mix of passion and craft will drive to deliver its audience goals. Oh, and he wants everyone to know that it was not his idea to make the N in Network N stand for Network.”

Launch partners include games publishers NCSoft and, digital distribution business GreenMan Gaming and gaming PC manufacturer Alienware.

The N channels at launch are...



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