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Nick Clegg leaves the Liberal Democrat conference in Glasgow with wife Miriam Gonzalez Durantez

Nick Clegg describes effect of violent video games as 'incredibly powerful'

Speaking on his radio phone-in show on LBC, Nick Clegg has warned listeners of the “corrosive effect” of violent video games on children, using the recently released Grand Theft Auto 5 as an example.

Will GTA 5 stand the test of time?

We gamers are a fickle bunch. Memories of GTA IV have warped over the years, recognising its minor faults rather than its major triumphs

Sony's PS4 companion app will rival Microsoft's SmartGlass; launches with PS4 in November

New software will turn Android and iOS tablets and smartphones into a second screen experience for the console

Sony Computer Entertainment make the Playstation consoles

Sony predicting 5 million PS4s sold by March 2014

Ambitious sales target would be a 40 per cent increase on the PS3

Sony Computer Entertainment make the Playstation consoles

Sony predicting 5 million PS4s sold by March 2014

Ambitious sales target would be a 40 per cent increase on the PS3

Hiroshi Yamauchi: Tributes to the man behind Nintendo's greatest games

Tributes are flooding in for former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi, after his death was confirmed in an emailed statement.

Nintendo visionary, Hiroshi Yamauchi, who gave the world Mario, Donkey Kong and the Game Boy dies aged 85

In his 50-year reign, the Japanese businessman created a giant that changed the way we play

GTA 5 takes £500m in 24 hours making it the most successful entertainment property ever

Latest title in the Grand Theft Auto series also wowed the critics - becoming the highest ranked game for the Xbox 360 on review aggregator Metacritic

London man stabbed and robbed of his copy of GTA 5

The latest title in the Grand Theft Auto series was given a midnight launch in stores across the UK

The £7,000 curved television that lets viewers watch different programs simultaneously

The Samsung S9C is the first to go on the market in the UK equipped with Multi View technology.

UK-based Blitz Games Studios to close after 23 years

Staff reportedly honoured the company with a round of applause even after they were told they'd lost their jobs

Valve launches 'Family Sharing' to share your games library

New scheme will allow Steam's digital libraries to be shared with 'up to 10 devices'

Cyber culture: More proof that gaming can keep you young

A study from the University of California has suggested, once again, that playing video games can have a positive effect on our cognitive abilities.

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