The magazine has several regional editions, with the UK and US editions becoming the best selling PC games magazines in their respective countries.The magazine features news on developments in the video game industry, previews of new games, and reviews of the latest popular PC games, along with other features relating to hardware, mods, "classic" games and various other topics.And then, well, it doesn’t give a single piece of information about how to get a girl to sleep with you on the first date.Likely because everyone involved in its production wouldn’t have the faintest clue.
The assurance of all irony being left outside comes when one model says, “Don’t let them eyes go wandering,” as the camera instantly cuts to a long-holding close-up of her breasts.All the way through it sounds a bit like a dad trying to use the hip, groovy terms of the young people, with misplaced attempts to script “fragged” and “beat-em-ups” appearing throughout. The result is an overwhelmingly sad affair, disinterested women saying badly written nonsense, while the camera leers over their legs and tits.It bears repeating that both their sites are farcical, as brilliantly exposed by PCGN’s Steve Hogarty.Luckily this stigma couldn't be farther from the truth, and finding a gaming girlfriend is as easy as knowing where to look.Despite having been exposed as a complete farce, the idiocy of Date A Gamer/Shag A Gamer continues. “Even though we’re not the brains behind the computer games,” says one hired model, referring to all of womankind, “if it wasn’t for our kind of nature, you boys would be nowhere.” Proof of this remarkable claim is demonstrated because a footballer mentioned his mum once. The third video promises to instruct “How to impress a Girl into Bed after the first date” (sic).