Games Domain was a video game website founded by Dave Stanworth and based out of Birmingham, UK. In the late 1990s, it was at one time mirrored in seven different countries and had a tumultuous history of being purchased by different corporations over its 11-year existence. It was active from March 1994 until March 2005. By 2002, the Domain was considered one of the leading gaming sites, with approximately 1.4 million users and 15 million page views per month.
Games Domain also had two sister sites - Kids Domain, focusing on children's titles, and Console Domain, focusing on console games. The site's primary URLs were www.gamesdomain.co.uk (UK) and www.gamesdomain.com (US). The site's main areas were the GD Review, an online magazine which consisted mostly of staff reviews and previews of games, the Downloads section featuring game demos, patches, and shareware, and the Games Info section which stored FAQs and walkthroughs.