Call of Duty: Black Ops III pre-order bonuses from Game

Looking to pre-order your copy of Black Ops III? You may want to consider visiting Game and pre-ordering your copy from there for some pretty amazing extras.

To start with, fans who order their copy from Game will get early access to the Beta version and will be amongst the first to try the game before its official release. If that isn’t enough, there will also be a double-sided poster given away.

Charlotte Knight, UK Retail Managing Director at Game, says, “There is a huge amount of excitement around this game and particularly for fans of the Black Ops series. With the pre-order bonus, gamers can play the beta and with the great range of exclusive Call of Duty Merchandise, Game is the best place to get the full Call of Duty experience”

Do these pre-order bonuses sound good to you? If so visit your local Game store or check out www.
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Game to sell movies in-store, online - scheme launches with 50 titles

Game to sell movies in-store, online - scheme launches with 50 titles
UK retailer Game has announced plans to sell movies in-store and online.

A range of 50 movies, including Kill Bill, Avatar, Life of Pi and Argo, will be available to purchase at Game from Monday, May 13.

The scheme was greenlit following a successful trial period in which the store stocked The Hobbit and Skyfall.

Game category director Charlotte Knight said that movies are closely tied to the gaming lifestyle.

"Gaming and movies go together hand-in-hand - you only need to look at the cinematic effects found in many games, along with how many games are based on films and vice versa, to understand how closely the two are related," Knight explained.

"Introducing this range of movies is another big step towards delivering for every aspect of a gamer's lifestyle."

Knight added: "We've already had very encouraging performances on The Hobbit and Skyfall, and we're confident that the time is right to extend our range.
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First pics from short UK horror film 'Switch' from Melanie Light

Check out these first images from Switch, a new short horror film produced, written, edited and directed by British filmmaker Melanie Light, usually known for her production design on horror films like Scarcrow. Switch was produced by Charlotte Knight, with cinematography by Nicolas Britt, and stars Kitty Broadhurst and Robin King.

Light calls Switch "a battle of the sexes." Lots of societal references, and her feelings on large corporations dominate, along with a punk aesthetic in regards to costume.

"There's a strong element of girl power," she says...

"My male character is on his way home, but gets distracted by a female jogging out in the snowy roads. He decides to pursue her, leading to a nasty conclusion... One night I just thought, you know what, I'm sick of all the boys getting all the glory and fun killing people in their movies and I think its about time I had a go.
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