Gee display game magazine launches in north america
German-Based Publisher Celebrates First Digital Issue In English; Launches
With Features on Skyrim, Super Mario 3D Land And More
Gee Media a longtime German-Based magazine
publisher today launched the first issue of GEE Display, with the first
English language iPad version of the GEE print magazine. The
English-version e-magazine is packed with all of the features their European
fans have been enjoying for years, now available for the first time to the
rest of the world! Readers can sign up for the free GEE reader via the
"GEE Display takes games seriously as cultural objects. This is why we
report monthly on their influence on our society and our lives, on art and
science, on fashion and politics," said Moses Grohe, Editor in Chief at GEE
Media. "In photo stories, reports and detailed interviews, we consider what
video games do to us, how they change our thoughts and feelings, our world."
GEE Display is more than just commentary, including articles on retro
topics, discussing much-loved classic games, continuously finding something
new in the familiar. Movies and music, comics and gadgets also have their
place in the GEE world. GEE strongly believes that readers want more than
simply written previews and reviews. That's why this magazine doesn't use a
percentage score or "enjoyment graphs" for users to try to dissect.
Instead, it provides insight into the various aspects of the game that can't
be broken down into numbers or statistics.
GEE Display's motivation is to both cater to the established gaming
community as well as invite in new or casual gamers to the fold. With
interactive content, the GEE Display magazine turns readers into gamers
right on the spot!
November's digital issue features articles on Batman: Arkham City, Super
Mario 3D Land, Skyrim, an Interview with Jan Müller-Michaelis, creator of
the breakout Indie title The Whispered World and so much more!