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Rather than simply introducing people to playing games or offering nostalgia, the National Videogame Arcade aims to explore video game culture and the mechanics of play
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If the Souls games were a journey into Hell, then Bloodborne is the equivalent of being trapped in purgatory
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Despite the tropes and narrative problems, it's a very fun game for the new Nintendo 3DS
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Great minigames - but you don't get to play enough of them
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A game to show the mainstream publishers how it's done
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This would be a great title for Nintendo's mobile gaming
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A decent title for those looking to scratch their Final Fantasy itch until 15 is released

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Children tackle Mission Control at the NVA
The mission of the new National Videogame Arcade is to inspire the developers of tomorrow
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Brave move to ditch war games for cops and robbers... good on them
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Much-loved characters such as Mario and Luigi have forged the Nintendo brand
Smartphone Mario and Zelda are coming after DeNA deal
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A scene from the video game Assassin’s Creed Unity
Gaming has been found to improve teenagers’ performance in maths, science, reading and problem solving
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Princess Ida leads players through the impossible environment of ‘Monument Valley’
It was nominated for five British Academy Game Awards, and won Best Mobile & Handheld and Best British Game
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The genitalia weren’t noticed until developer came to update the game
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Monument Valley, Lumino City and Never Alone all won Bafta Video Game awards
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Big budget games may be technically impressive with their realistic physics engines and lighting, but it’s often the smaller studios with tiny budgets that deliver real innovation
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New VR device set to launch in the first half of 2016
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As Hideo Kojima says he's 'closing the loop on that saga'
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For PS4 and Xbox One
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PS4; Ready at Dawn; £49.85; released on 20 February 2015
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Kanye West's video game will see players help rapper's mother get into heaven
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Eye-tracking technology uses lasers to track where people are looking, and Assassin's Creed: Rogue is the first major game to make use of it
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New content means its worth giving the improved visceral shooter another try
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New modes, less sexually explicit dialogue
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A waste of time - just like Candy Crush
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A Space Invaders tribute act
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Strategy element is a nice introduction but combat remains too repetitive
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Slick and enjoyable as ever
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The objectification of female characters is hard to ignore
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Kirby's antagonist has good rhythm - but not enough songs
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Fantastic visuals, but it can't compare to Titanfall
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Easily the most engrossing instalment yet
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It's worth admiring this lovingly restored antique
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Slow zombies, and slightly more exciting gameplay
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An untaxing but enjoyable trip through time
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It's fast, retro fun
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Puzzling fun and frustrations
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Taking 'wacky' too far
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Adds little to the game but reminds us of how special the original was
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Not bad, but it doesn’t offer anything new
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Mixing surgical training and Lemmings
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Adds little to the game but reminds us of how special the original was
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