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Technology: Games | guardian.co.uk 

Does Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 predict the terrifying future of warfare?

The latest in the franchise is filled with bio-augmented soldiers and autonomous killer robots – but the developer says that it’s more science than fictionLast year, the international affairs thinktank Atlantic Council made an interesting new hire. Keen to draw on ideas about the future of war from various areas of speculative fiction, the organisation – which advises on global security polic

Nintendo hires Bowser. Really

Doug Bowser will head up Nintendo of America’s salesNintendo of America has a new executive. His name is Bowser. Doug Bowser.The company announced its new hire in a press release subtitled “Doug Bowser Brings Decades of Experience, Not Fire Breath, to New Role”. Continue reading...

Sega Saturn: how one decision destroyed PlayStation's greatest rival

After the huge success of the Mega Drive, Sega was filled with confidence about its future. But then Sony announced PlayStation and everything fell apart Twenty years ago this week, at the E3 video game conference in Los Angeles, the head of Sega of America accidentally killed the company’s Saturn video game console.Tom Kalinske was in a bind. He knew that Sony was readying its new PlaySta

Lizard Squad member pleads guilty over 23 counts related to 'swatting'

Hoax calls from 17-year-old Canadian tricked armed police into raiding homes of women who played online battle game League of Legends Continue reading...

Splatoon review

Wii U; Nintendo; £27.99-£34.85 Continue reading...

YouTube heats up rivalry with Twitch with smoother live streams of games

YouTube promises gaming broadcasters their viewers will have ‘silky smooth playback’ and inks new partnerships with game-capture firms Continue reading...

Warhammer 40,000 Forbidden Stars review: an absorbing evening of combat

This deep, strategic board game of interstellar warfare and galactic empire building is a love letter to the 28-year-old tabletop game Continue reading...

Behind a pizza-slice smile: the dark side of Pac-Man

The pill-munching arcade classic is 35 years old today, but while Pac-Man looks cute, many writers have discovered a sinister secret within Continue reading...

Grand Theft Auto maker sues BBC over film

Take Two Interactive, Rockstar Games’s parent company, launches action for trademark infringement over production reportedly starring Daniel Radcliffe Continue reading...

As world Scrabble champion, I think new words are obvs lolz

The latest version of Collins Official Scrabble Words has 6,500 new additions. It may sound ridic but it’s dench for anyone who loves the gamePlus: my top 10 favourite Scrabble words Continue reading...

No, there is no evidence for a link between video games and Alzheimer’s disease

Another day, another ridiculous headline about the apparently disastrous consequences of playing video games on the brain Continue reading...

Video game link to psychiatric disorders suggested by study

Benefits, such as improved attention and perception, could come at a price, according to research Continue reading...

World of Warcraft movie: Duncan Jones tweets first image

Shot of orc chieftain Orgrim Doomhammer fuses features of English actor Robert Kazinsky with CGI work from Hulk creators Industrial Light and Magic Continue reading...

How we made ... Grand Theft Auto

Paul Farley, game designer: ‘In one version, you had to go around burning churches. You’d probably get arrested for that now’ Continue reading...

The video-game industry has a dress code – driven by a lack of diversity

I wasn’t expecting a young, vibrant creative world to have a uniform. But there is an insidious pressure to fit in, and it involves plaid and denim Continue reading...

20 best iPhone and iPad apps and games this week

Camera51, Test Chamber, Great Little Places, Vimo Fitness, Knights of Pen & Paper 2, Marvel Future Fight and more Continue reading...

20 best Android apps and games this week

Meerkat, Seabeard, Microsoft Hyperlapse, Knights of Pen & Paper 2, Wear Personal Fitness Trainer, Lego Star Wars and more Continue reading...

Puzzle & Dragons Z/Super Mario Bros review: an addictive experience for match-three puzzlers

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

Rogue Star review: space adventure that’s too much of a chore to be fun

(iPhone, iPad, Redbreast Studio, cert: 9) Continue reading...

Project CARS review: boy racers need not apply

(PS4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, WiiU, Slightly Mad Studios, cert:3) Continue reading...

Game on: what happens to video startups that make millions on Kickstarter?

Ouya, an Android-based console company that raised $8m on Kickstarter, is now reportedly seeking a quick sale amid money troubles. Here are some lessons from high-flying crowdfunded failures Continue reading...

Code Name S.T.E.A.M. review

3DS; Nintendo; £26.99-£29.99 Continue reading...

Project Cars review – a strikingly authentic simulation

Slight Mad Studios has upped the ante on the modern driving sim experience with this thrilling, single-minded racer Continue reading...

Crypt of the Necrodancer review – a truly engaging genre love-in

What would happen if you combined the roguelike and rhythm action genres? Read on to find out – and rejoice Continue reading...

Witcher 3: Wild Hunt review – a rich adventure born in literature

This vast fantasy adventure combines sophisticated storytelling with an expansive and richly conceived world Continue reading...

Lifeline review – absorbing space rescue

A text dialogue with stranded astronaut Taylor brings real empathy to this slow-moving, intriguing game Continue reading...

Sin and Punishment: Successor of the Skies review – a classic returns

(Wii U, Nintendo, cert: 12) Continue reading...

Paperbound review – old-fashioned multiplayer mayhem

(PS4, PC, Dissident Logic, cert: 7) Continue reading...

Mario Kart 8: Animal Crossing DLC review

Wii U; Nintendo; £7 from Nintendo eShop Continue reading...

Tower of Guns review – a refreshing take on the first-person shooter

(PS4, Xbox One, Terrible Posture Games, cert: 7) Continue reading...


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