Games Catalyst The Interactive Gaming Ezine Launches.

LONDON, May 19– Today sees the launch of Games Catalyst a uniquely interactive, cutting-edge online magazine, covering everything video games.

“With articles going way beyond that of existing gaming publications, and a keen focus on video and animation, Games Catalyst not only delivers the full story, but does so in a vivid, uniquely engaging way.” says editor Michael Plant.

Games Catalyst issue #1 ( launches on 19th May, featuring reviews, previews and features from around the industry, while its sister blog site ( is your one-stop shop for all the latest gaming news and breaking stories.

First issue highlights:

    <*>Nintendo 3DS launch– we take a look at a new dimension for handhelds and lose ourselves in the must-have post-launch games.
    <*>Exclusive interview with Ken Levine– the BioShock creator talks up his lofty ambitions for BioShock Infinite.
    <*>Jet lag, hype and Xbox 360– Games Catalyst’s editor, Mike Plant, takes a look at a showcase event from the inside out.
    <*>Just how real is Gran Turismo 5?– We take to the Nurburgring racetrack to put the self-styled“real driving simulator” to the test.
    <*>Obsession for gamers– A look at the games that don’t just ask to be completed, they demand to be exhausted.

About Games Catalyst:

Games Catalyst stems from a collaboration between journalist Michael Plant, experienced games editor for The Independent, and WeClick Media ( a company specialising in cutting-edge online media solutions, boasting clients including Kitbag, Next, Lloyds TSB, World Travel Awards and Paul Smith.

Contact details:

Editorial enquiries to:

Michael Plant (

Tel: 07973345206

Marketing enquires to:

Daniel Rawles (

Tel: 01202 853221 

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