Meet your new home for entertainment news: The Digital Fix

It’s almost six months since Wargamer relaunched with a snazzy new site and expanded editorial remit. But while we’ve been busy serving you the latest news, reviews, and guides about brilliant tabletop happenings, the boffins at our parent company, Network N, have been beavering away on a new project. We’re no longer the new kid on the block, and are excited to introduce our fresh sister site, The Digital Fix.

Undergoing a sleek, monochromatic glow up, which makes even our hex-obsessed minds a little green with envy, The Digital Fix will continue to deliver brilliant editorial content about the wide world of entertainment. Expect to see news, reviews, opinions, and guides about the most exciting developments across film and TV. In a similar effort to our own library of legacy Wargamer content, you’ll also be able to access many of the site’s older articles, so you can read your favourite stories again and again.

But it’s not all familiar territory. From now on, you can turn to The Digital Fix for all your home-tech needs, including coverage of the best TVs, projectors, smart speakers, and other tantalising household gadgetry.

But it’s not all familiar territory. From now on, you can turn to The Digital Fix for all your home-tech needs, including coverage of the best TVs, projectors, smart speakers, and other tantalising household gadgetry.

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With that change in editorial content comes an exciting, remixed editorial team. Helming the ship will be Tom Percival, a self-professed nerd whose knowledge of Star Wars and Spider-man will have you quaking in your competitive geekverse boots.

Joining him will be staff writers Emma-Jane Betts and Anthony McGlynn. Emma-Jane has become a familiar face around these parts, penning many a lovely guide for Wargamer, and recommending some truly bodacious Fighter builds. She’s a horror lover, and expert in weirdy cop drama Twin Peaks.

Anthony, meanwhile, was previously weekend news writer for our big brother, PCGamesN. He recognises that the first attempt at something is often the best (that is, he thinks Dawn of the Dead is the best zombie flick), and has also written for IGN, Variety, Ars Technica, and more.

So, with those pleasantries out of the way, join us, and our buddies at PCGamesN, Pocket Tactics, and The Loadout, in giving a warm welcome to the fifth member of the Network N hive mind. Be sure to head straight over to The Digital Fix, and follow them on Twitter and Facebook, too.

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