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ITV buys stake in ‘Teen Wolf’ firm

The making of Shaun the Sheep for 3DS

Nintendo and Aardman Animations – they of Wallace and Gromit and Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists fame – have collaborated to produce a series of animated 3D shorts starring everyone’s farmyard favourite Shaun the Sheep.

3DS games get update data distributions in latest system firmware

Mario Kart 7 update data scheduled across Europe in mid-May.

New Super Mario Bros. 2 and Mario Tennis Open confirmed for 3DS

Nintendo have announced the return of Mario, Luigi and lots of your other favourite characters from the Mario universe in New Super Mario Bros. 2 for 3DS.

Pandora’s Tower – Review

Consumption of the rather appetising sounding “beast flesh” is the order of the day in Pandora’s Tower.

Gaming and art move ever closer as the Louvre gets 3DS audio guides

Nintendo will be providing the Louvre with Nintendo 3DS systems that will house an exclusive audio guide from 11th April.

Classic Sega Game Gear games to hit Nintendo eShop

Sonic the Hedgehog: Triple Trouble, Shinobi and Dragon Crystal hit 3DS

Supplier trouble for Game but bidder looms for shops

GameStop, the world's largest retailer of video games, has expressed an interest in buying the Iberian operation of the troubled Game Group, i has learned. News of the approach came as it emerged that another supplier was withholding products from Game.

Giant may snap 291 Game shops

GameStop, the world's largest video games retailer, has expressed an interest in buying the Iberian operation of troubled Game Group, the Independent has learned.

Free smartphone games hit Nintendo sales

The soaring popularity of free and cheap games on tablets and smartphones appears to be hitting traditional consoles manufacturer Nintendo.

Nintendo hurt by free mobile games

The soaring popularity of free and cheap games on tablets and smartphones appears to be hitting traditional consoles manufacturer Nintendo.

Game issues bank covenant warning

Video games retailer Game warned today that it is set to breach a banking agreement after a dismal Christmas capped an "incredibly tough" year for the industry.

Gorgeous retro styling and capable of great images: Fujifilm X10

The 12 treats of Christmas: 2011's best tech releases

From the perfect camera to the top phone, read David Phelan's guide to this year's must-have gadgets

The Christmas gift guide: Kids

Were you nice or naughty this year?

Game over for profits this year, warns Nintendo

The Japanese video games giant Nintendo expects to post its first annual net loss this year.

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