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Technology: Games | guardian.co.uk 

HTC Vive: developers react to Valve's virtual reality headset

Valve has finally revealed its VR intentions – but what do developers think of the Vive, the latest entry into an increasingly crowded market? Continue reading...

HTC and Valve take on Oculus Rift with Vive virtual reality headset

Standalone device will go head-to-head with Facebook’s $2bn VR headset by the end of 2015, when both will have released commercial editions Continue reading...

Dragonball XenoVerse review – a competent fighter with speedy confrontations

PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, Bandai Namco, cert:12 Continue reading...

Super Stardust Ultra review – visually splendid sci-fi shooter

PS4, Sony, cert: 7 Continue reading...

The Order: 1886 review – an alternate vision of Victorian London

PS4, Sony, cert: 18 Continue reading...

The Order: 1886 review

PS4; Sony Computer Entertainment; £32.56-£49.99 Continue reading...

Her Story: the computer game where True Detective meets Google

Game designer Sam Barlow has created a new kind of crime adventure, which relies on subtext and perception rather than quick joypad skills Continue reading...

Sid Meier interview: 'Learning is part of any good video game'

The Civilization creator talks about galactic exploration, childhood inspirations, why he’s happy to avoid freemium – and dinosaurs Continue reading...

Event: meet the Guardian games writers

Come to the Guardian office and talk games with our regular contributors, including Andy Kelly, Rich Stanton and Philippa Warr Continue reading...

Those classic Atari games were harder than you think

Google’s artificial intelligence studio Deep Mind has created a computer program that can play Pong. Here is why that feat is more impressive than it sounds Continue reading...

Google develops computer program capable of learning tasks independently

‘Agent’ hailed as first step towards true AI as it gets adept at playing 49 retro computer games and comes up with its own winning strategies Continue reading...

Guitar Hero set for comeback?

Activision is rumoured to be reviving its hugely popular music game series, with an announcement planned for this year’s E3 convention in LA in June Continue reading...

Lionsgate and Telltale Games join forces for TV-game hybrid

The movie studio has invested in the developer of the Walking Dead games to develop a new crossover concept featuring both TV and game elements Continue reading...

Battlefield: Hardline – is it a problem to play war as a cop?

The latest title in the multimillion selling shooter series swaps soldiers and terrorists for cops and robbers. But is the fantasy now too close for comfort? Continue reading...

The Order: 1886 – is this what people want from a new games console?

Sony’s steampunk shooter has been criticised for its linear design and short playtime – but it looks beautiful. And it’s selling Continue reading...

YouTube's top 10 games channels watched 2.2bn times in January

And the top 100 gaming channels generated more than 6bn views that month, led by PewDiePie, Popular MMOs and Stampy Continue reading...

Dying Light review – clunky and cliched, but hard to resist

PS4, Xbox One, Linux, PC, Warner Bros, cert: 18 Continue reading...

Dedede’s Drum Dash Deluxe and Kirby Fighters Deluxe review – don’t expect sophistication

3DS, Nintendo, cert: E/3 Continue reading...

IronFall: Invasion review – looks good, but breaks little new ground

(3DS, VD-Dec, cert: 12) Continue reading...

This week’s games: reviewed

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate | Evolve | Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy+ Continue reading...

Evolve review: a unique mix of monster hunting and fighting

Creators of zombie survival classic Left 4 Dead are back with a thunderous multiplayer shooter that pits one player against four Continue reading...

Monster Hunter 4: Ultimate review – RPG rewards patience

(3DS, Nintendo, cert: 12)*New Nintendo 3DS XL console reviewed Continue reading...

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask review – definitive take on one of Nintendo’s best

(3D, 3DS, Nintendo, cert: 12)*New Nintendo 3DS XL console review Continue reading...

New Nintendo 3DS XL console review – ‘the hardware lives up to its original promise’

Nintendo’s rejigged 3DS console has dramatically improved 3D effects, but there’s no change to the disappointing screen resolution Continue reading...

Life Is Strange: Episode 1 review

Xbox 360 & One, PS3 & 4, PC; Square Enix; £3.99 Continue reading...

Nintendo New 3DS XL review

‘It’s amazing, and makes 3D – a feature that used to be faintly migraine-inducing – into one you can’t believe you lived without’ Continue reading...

Sunless Sea review – a beautifully crafted horror story

This evocative exploration game pits you against all the horrors of historical sea-faring – including cannibalism – and gameplay moulded by players themselves Continue reading...

Criminal Girls: Invite Only review – tasteless and terrible

(PS Vita, Nippon Ichi, cert: 18) Continue reading...

868-Hack review – ‘more refined than it first appears’

(PC/Mac/Linux, Michael Brough, cert: 9) Continue reading...

Grim Fandango Remastered review – welcome to the afterlife

PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, PS Vita, Double Fine Productions, cert:12 Continue reading...


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