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Is Sony’s PlayStation 4 still in the lead?

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The game will cost $500 million to make and market over the next ten years

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The kind of machine that laughs in the face of high intensity games

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Originally released on the Gameboy Advance, it's a cute and fun package

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From the moment you open the app it screams capitalism

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None of the mini-games remotely capture the animated spectacle of the films

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A good example of Nintendo's growing presence in the indie game market

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Take pride in your Pikachu paintings

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The former dictator of Panama Manuel Noriega is suing the makers of Call of Duty over his portrayal in the game (left)

He said the publishers portrayed him 'as a kidnapper, murderer and enemy of the state'

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The vacuous game tells players 'make up is Photoshop for real life' and 'dating famous people' will get you fans

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Lionel Messi has been announced as the global cover star for FIFA 15

New game is released in the UK on 26 September

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You can now play online - and bowling is as fun as ever, but it still feels the same as eight years ago

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The Robert Morris programme serves to demonstrate the increasing esteem in which competitive gaming, or “eSports”, is held

US university offers athletics scholarships to skilled video game players

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A couple in China stand accused of selling their two children to human traffickers to fund their online gaming addiction

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These games will guarantee you hours and hours of entertainment

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2.5 million people entered the world's largest videogame tournament

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Celebrate the 4th of Joo-ly with a back yard fireworks display

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Everyone exhibiting at E3 wants to be the next big thing, and everyone else wants to be among the first to play it

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Get five chances to win an in-game spear!

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After some impressive launches at E3, the powerful franchises face competition from the new kids

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A nod to hipsters self denial that features skinny jeans

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Need to get in the mood for the World Cup? Get goal happy with these apps

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We’ve handpicked just a few of the best from this year's conference

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New open world Zelda revealed, Skylanders figues, and cartoon shooter Splatoon

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Confirms Destiny will hit the PS4 first, new footage for The Order: 1886, and Uncharted 4

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New console will go on sale as part of a bundle including sci-fi shooter Destiny

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Rockstar to bring its record-breaking title Grand Theft Auto V to the next gen "this fall"

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It looks like an early cross-gen game from the last era of consoles

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The gory kill-cam carnage is anything but subtle

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It's inspired by genuine letters from the First World War

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Fast-paced and exciting - this is a triumph

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It’s the equivalent of a backing singer

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Controlling your character feels sluggish and unresponsive

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Not the next-gen smash we wanted, but more than enough

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A classic returns with style (and anti-gravity)

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A ghost-eye's-view story that's captivating but flawed

Life and Style Wolfenstein is set in an alternate version of the 1960s where the technologically advanced Nazi war machine controls the world
Life and Style Murdered: Soul Suspect is dark, bold and poignant in spite of its technical and design issues
Life and Style The gloomy world of Chicago sets the scene for a battle of morality in Watch Dogs
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