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ITV buys stake in ‘Teen Wolf’ firm

US shoppers prefer PS4 to Xbox One

Console war continues to rage back and forth but Sony might have the advantage in the US

China announces the end of a 13-year ban on video game consoles

Companies will have to set up operations in the Shanghai free market zone to sell in the Chinese mainland

FIFA 14: Football games have come a long way since World Cup Carnival

Gamers queued up overnight for the new FIFA 14 game but football games have not always proved so popular, as one retro title proved

Fifa 14 launches on Xbox 360, PC and PS3 - player ratings scrutinized

Latest update to the long-running franchise met with excitement from fans and players alike

Fifa 14 launches on Xbox 360, PC and PS3 - player ratings scrutinized

Latest update to the long-running franchise met with excitement from fans and players alike

GTA 5: micro-payments in online play confirmed by Rockstar

The developer has insisted that buying in-game cash with real money will not 'disrupt the balance of the game'

One in seven gamers bought two copies of GTA 5 as ‘too impatient’ for delivery

After half a decade of waiting for GTA V, it has emerged that just an extra few hours to wait was all too much for some gamers.

The immersive world that games like GTA 5 offer is the appeal, not the violence

Grand Theft Auto is a razor sharp satire of modern American culture

Fifa 14 free to download on iOS and Android devices

Latest version of the football video game franchise is free to download, though in-app purchases can buy you new players and game modes

The Barclays branch in Breck Road, Liverpool

15-year-old 'model pupil' robbed bank like a ‘real-life video game’

A 15-year-old “model pupil” held up a branch of Barclays with an imitation firearm and stole more than £2,000 before confessing the entire crime to his mother, a court heard.

Free FIFA 14 app released for iOS and Android

This Friday, EA Sports will release their flagship title FIFA 14, ending months of anticipation and excitement amongst a sizeable proportion of the gaming community. Today however, fans have been given the chance to end the wait for a new FIFA a little prematurely – not due to an early release of the console version, but by being able to download a FIFA 14 app for iOS and Android for free.

GTA 5: Online - will microtransactions power Rockstar's multiplayer game world?

Discovery of "cash cards" in GTA .xml files suggests that online gamers will be able to use real cash to solve in-game money problems

PC gaming to hit your front room with Steam OS

Valve makes huge pitch for the big(ger) screen with a new Linux-based OS

Hiroshi Yamauchi: Computing pioneer who turned Nintendo into a global gaming giant

He bought the Seattle Mariners without seeing them play and knowing nothing about baseball

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