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Technology: Games | guardian.co.uk 

Saints Row IV: Re-Elected And Gat Out Of Hell review

Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4, PC; Deep Silver; £29.97-£43.99 Continue reading...

'A golden shining moment': the true story behind Atari's ET, the worst video game ever

Legend has it that millions of copies of Atari’s tie-in with the sci-fi blockbuster were secretly buried in New Mexico after the game was branded a stinker. A new documentary, Atari: Game Over, goes digging for the truth Continue reading...

Angry Birds set sights on Candy Crush with new mobile puzzle games

Rovio soft-launches Angry Birds Stella Pop and Angry Birds Fight, with both ditching bird-flinging gameplay for match-three puzzling Continue reading...

When will gamers understand that criticism isn't censorship?

Anita Sarkeesian has announced a new video series looking into masculinity and video games. The hate has already started, but it is misplaced Continue reading...

Painting by numbers: getting creative with environmental data

A creative and artistic approach to mass data can help make it more tangible and deliver meaningful change Continue reading...

Nintendo wins extra life from weaker yen, even as console sales keep falling

Japanese gaming giant profits from overseas sales but pressure remains to shift focus from consoles to mobiles Continue reading...

Sony axes PlayStation Music Unlimited service in favour of Spotify deal

Streaming service will be exclusive partner for new PlayStation Music brand across consoles, smartphones and tablets Continue reading...

Android beats iOS for app downloads, but revenues are still a different story

Analytics firm App Annie says Google Play generated 60% more downloads than the App Store, but 70% less revenues Continue reading...

Why sex matters in Witcher 3, the Grand Theft Auto of fantasy games

The Witcher titles have never shied away from sex, but with a new open world design, gaming’s most awkward taboo could now be an instrumental plot device Continue reading...

Which is the best streaming media box?

We put some of the latest streaming, gaming and TV tuner devices from the likes of Sony, Amazon and Microsoft to the test Continue reading...

PlayStation 4 v Xbox One – where do they really stand?

Microsoft has revealed its Xbox One shipping figures for the close of 2014 – and they’re good. But PlayStation 4 still seems to have the edge Continue reading...

Anita Sarkeesian launching new video series focused on masculinity in games

Tropes vs. Women in Video Games creator isn’t letting Gamergate harassment stymie her plans for Feminist Frequency expansion in 2015 Continue reading...

Games industry will be 'really dull' in 2015

The author of games industry book The Curve reckons this year will be about consolidation rather than revolution. And free-to-play will be the growth area Continue reading...

What is Trivia Crack and why are 100m people playing it?

The latest mobile game craze has launched in the UK, complete with questions about Prince George and Cheryl Cole for local tastes. Continue reading...

Microsoft's Hololens – what do virtual reality developers think?

Forget Kinect, Microsoft is now entering the realm of augmented reality. We ask experienced developers if there is substance beyond the considerable hype Continue reading...

Citizens of Earth review – absurdist humour and political satire

PS4, PS Vita, Wii U, 3DS, PC, Atlus, cert: 12 Continue reading...

Board games: Star Wars: Imperial Assault; Five Tribes; Gloom

Star Wars: Imperial Assault is a complicated beast worth taming, while Five Tribes combines simplicity with depth Continue reading...

Skylanders: Trap Team Light and Dark Element Expansions review – fresh components, more fun

all formats , Activision, cert: 7 Continue reading...

This week’s games news

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Far Cry 4: Escape From Durgesh Prison review

Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4, PC; Ubisoft; £7.99 Continue reading...

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare review – a great progression, albeit a safe one

PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, Activision, cert: 18Simon Parkin reviews Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare_Advanced Warfare_ presents the biggest step forward for _Call of Duty_ since… well, let’s be honest, the last one. As the series strives to reinvent itself annually, it’s become increasingly sci-fi-influenced. This year’s entry is set in the 2050s, a time when soldiers rumble into conf

Costume Quest 2 review – trick-or-treating is rarely such fun

PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, Midnight City, cert: 7Developer Double Fine returns with another sharp helping of trick-or-treat adventure played through the eyes of two children travelling through time with an array of magical costumes to foil the plans of Halloween-hating dentist Dr Orel White. Between exploring history and knocking on doors in hope of sweet rewards, combat is a comb

Dragon Age: Inquisition review – a truly monumental game

The latest title in Bioware’s fantasy series is huge in size, vision and entertainment valueElectronic Arts; PC (version tested)/PS3/PS4/Xbox 360/Xbox One; £45; Pegi rating: 18+A few hours into Inquisition, my party staggers out of a bandit camp on the Storm Coast to the sight of a giant hurling a boulder at a charging dragon. “Can we watch?” asks Sera, my elven archer accomplice, with a g

RetroN 5 review – nostalgia made neater

Hyperkin’s console allows you to play your original NES, SNES, Megadrive and Gameboy cartridges – it’s retro gaming without the rat’s nest of wires Continue reading...

Platform Panic review – imaginatively ups the mobile gaming ante

iOS, Android, Nitrome, cert 4 Continue reading...

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones review – still sharp, if not looking its best

Wii U Virtual Console, Nintendo, cert: 7 Continue reading...

Mobile gaming round-up: the best new releases

From addictive egg-tapping to insidious money-draining upgrades, Nick Gillett guides you through recent releases in the mobile gaming market. Continue reading...

'Choose your own adventure' Twitter game - review

Call of Duty may be able to prop up a single-player campaign with a compelling online offering, but the Wanderer takes that and raises it to the next level Continue reading...

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker review – Mario spin-off shows its charm

Wii U, Nintendo, cert: 3 Continue reading...

Rock Boshers DX: Director’s Cut review – left-field gem that’s styled like a ZX Spectrum game

PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, PS Vita, Tikipod, cert: 7 Continue reading...


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