Last week we took a look at KingPS3, now it's time to head back to the realm of multiplatform with Made2Game.
Made2Game was set up by Joe Anderson who's had plenty of experience in the world of online gaming journalism.
His five years in the industry is comprised of editing Wonderwallweb.com, taking on sub editor duties at TheSixthAxis and currently contributing to VG247.com
Thanks to Joe's thirst for news, Made2Game provides accurate and bite-sized coverage of all the gaming goings on for people who don't have time to stick around.
We stuck around with Joe for a while though to find out more about M2G:
What sets Made2Game apart from other sites?
Made2Game is mainly focused on gaming news, which we think sets us apart from the majority of websites on the internet at the moment. Although there are some quality sites out there covering all aspects of gaming, we are more interested in bringing the news to readers who may not always have time to spend a few hours reading articles.
It's for this reason we have decided on an easy to read format which will allow users to visit the site, get the news they want to read and then get on with their day.
We believe there is a demand for this type of news and we feel this is reflected in our reader figures which has been growing at a huge rate ever since the site launched.
What would you say you specialise in?
Made2Game mainly focuses on gaming news, therefore we try to cover as many stories as we can each day to enable anyone who has missed out to catch up easily.
We are trying to focus on providing news from confirmed sources and are trying to steer away from rumour, therefore we are confident anyone who visits can be confident what they are reading is true, having been vetted by us first.
Our other main focus is on reviews, and although the site is only around six months old, we already have over 100 reviews in our archives, with practically all of this year's big releases being covered on the site.
What do you have planned for the future?
We are currently focusing on building our community by providing competitions such as our comment to win competition which we run on a monthly basis.
I personally use to run a fairly successful community based site named wonderwallweb which would provide gamernights and competitions for members on a regular basis so this will be a focus for our community manager.
Mainly though we would like to be taken seriously as a source for gaming news, therefore we are intent on building a reputation of being the place to come for gaming news and we will continue to evolve the site around this concept.