David Crookes

David Crookes is a journalist, author, exhibition curator and communications manager.

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Videogame industry celebrates tax relief in Budget

Britain's videogame developers have welcomed today's decision to give a tax relief to the gaming industry.

Videogame industry hopes Budget will bring tax break boost

Videogame trade body TIGA has long campaigned for tax relief for the industry.

Conference to highlight benefits of gaming

Gaming may sometimes be seen as a pastime which subverts the mind of players but a conference in Nottingham later this year aims to show how they can make a positive difference to people's lives.

Apple makes try-before-you-buy possible for app users

App developers are being given the ability to offer free trials of their products to users of Apple devices.

Microsoft praises Molyneux as he heads to new firm

Acclaimed British videogame developer Peter Molyneux has left Lionhead Studios and Microsoft to work for a new independent company.

App Store hits 25bn downloads in under four years

An Apple customer is set to receive $10,000 in iTunes vouchers after the App Store hit 25 billion downloads.

Review: Everybody's Golf

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Review: WipEout 2048

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Review: Uncharted: Golden Abyss

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Sony's Vita console sales hit 1.2 million

Sony's latest handheld games console, the PlayStation Vita, has sold 1.2 million units worldwide.

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and with no sign of Iraq army being able to make a successful counter-attack
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