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ITV buys stake in ‘Teen Wolf’ firm

Nintendo 3DS XL – Review

With Nintendo making a habit of revising their handhelds ever since the arrival of the Game Boy Pocket – a smaller, slinkier version of the original and vintage Game Boy – it’s perhaps no surprise to see a new version of the 3DS arrive on to store shelves.

Pokemon Conquest – Review

A deep and satisfying Pokemon experience.

Spec Ops: The Line; Mini Ninjas Adventures; Project Zero 2: Wii Edition; Mutant Mudds – Review shorts

A quick-fire review summary of some of the titles we've been playing over the last couple of weeks.

Time to play your cards right as Nintendo launches 3DS virtual album

Nintendo 3DS owners will from today be able to swap and collect a specific collection of virtual cards featuring some of their favourite characters when the free Virtual Card Album launches for Nintendo 3DS.

London 2012: The Official Video Game Of The Olympic Games – Review

Can the official game of the Olympics match the drama of the real thing?

Pokémon Black and White Version 2 and Pokémon Dream Radar due in October

It's a Pokémon jamboree with three titles coming in the autumn.

Nintendo confirm extra-large 3DS XL handheld

Larger version of Nintendo 3DS launches on July 28th across Europe.

LulzSec hack suspect Ryan Cleary 'won't face US court'

An alleged hacker accused of conspiring to bring down the websites of the CIA and the UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency is not expected to be extradited to America, his solicitor said today.

The top five E3 2012 no-shows: from The Last Guardian, to GTA V and BioShock Infinite

While lacking any sign of PS4 or Xbox 'next box', nor any Zelda for Wii U, there were one or two other notable absentees from this year's E3 show.

Resistance: Burning Skies – Review

For a first time ever on a handheld, a first-person shooter feels natural to control.

A Mickey Mouse game? Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance] gets new screens

The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Mickey and the Three Musketeers unveiled.

Mario Tennis Open – Review

It's a case of 'What if?' as Mario and chums take to the grass courts.

Resistance: Burning Skies – Preview

All-American fireman versus lasergun-toting alien hordes – no prizes for guessing who comes out on top.

Console yourself: a Nintendo display in Japan – the company has posted its first public loss

Nintendo: Still a lot to play for?

After announcing its first public loss, is this game over for the console giant - or will its new Wii come to the rescue?

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