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  • Test Centre: Group test: what's the best Nintendo DS game?

    PC Advisor reviews the best Nintendo DS games you can play today.

  • Test Centre: Group test: what's the best computer game?

    PC Advisor reviews the best computer games you can play right now.

  • News: Al Gore on What Makes a Good Video Game

    Want proof that video games have gone mainstream? Look no further than ex-vice president Al Gore, who called gaming "the new normal" at the Games for Change conference at New York University.

  • Opinion: Receipt Racer Is a Retro AR Game built for Retro Racing

    Since the Kinect showed up, Augmented Reality games have been lopsided to hacking for the Kinect, so it's refreshing to see something different, like this Receipt Racer. This retro top-down racing game, created by joshua noble and undef (Martin Fuchs and Philip Whitfield), combines digital input with an analog environment.

  • News: Valve Making F2P Game

    Valve's Doug Lombardi has confirmed that the company is going to release its own title using a free to play business model.

  • News: Call of Duty Lawsuit Gets Closer

    A recent court ruling against Activision brings former Infinity Ward employeees' case one step closer to reality.

  • Feature: Top stories on PC Advisor: technology news, reviews and tips, 20/06/2011

    PC Advisor editors pick the day's best technology news, reviews, tips and trick

  • News: Reports: Sega customer database hacked

    Video game company Sega had a database hacked and sensitive information on about 1.3 million customers has been compromised, according to media reports.

  • News: Sega Hit by Hackers

    Once again, hackers have struck, this time at Sega. Some personal information has been compromised, but no payment details are in danger.

  • Opinion: Wii U Games Now Shown at E3 Due To Hardware Issues

    It's another slow-as-a-wet-wood-campfire Friday, which means—yep, let's talk about silly rumors. Like this one about Wii U games getting deep-sixed at E3 because developers were working with "underclocked" units, leading to games that supposedly looked only as good as Xbox 360 and PS3 currents.

  • News: Sega Opens New Studio

    In a time when studios are closing down all over the place, Sega has opened a new development team in the UK.

  • News: Donkey Kong '94 Hits Nintendo eShop

    One of the best versions of one of Mario's first adventures has found its way to your Nintendo 3DS via the eShop.

  • Opinion: Apple Back-to-School Deal Pales to Microsoft's Offer

    The back-to-school season is a great time for new students (or people who have latched on to their old college IDs) to get discounts on laptops and other computer gear -- not to mention awesome freebies that big PC companies throw in. Traditionally, Apple has one of the best giveaways: a free iPod touch with the purchase of a Mac. But this year, Apple went to the Land of the Lame, and was easily bested by Microsoft's superior special.

  • News: Microsoft releases Kinect SDK for PCs

    Microsoft on Thursday released a beta version of a software development kit that lets hobbyists build applications for the Kinect sensor.

  • News: Magic Carpet on GOG

    EA/Bullfrog classic title Magic Carpet has just been re-released for the first time in years via CD Projekt's Good Old Games service.

  • Opinion: Meet the Guys Behind the Minecraft Documentary

    Earlier this year, a group of indie filmmakers set out to create a documentary on the hit indie game Minecraft. The filmmakers had an idea and some footage, but no funding. But thanks to a wildly successful fundraising campaign on Kickstarter, Minecraft: The Story of Mojang is now in full production. I recently had the chance to speak with to Asif Siddiky, director of photography for 2 Player Productions about how they got started, where Story of Mojang is going, and how their new project began.

  • News: WTF Game of the Day: Cat & the Coup

    A new indie game released today on Steam tells the story of the cat of Dr Mohammed Mossadegh, the first democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran. For free.

  • News: EA Planning Origin Exclusives

    EA has confirmed that it is planning to make a number of its digitally-distributed titles exclusive to its Origin service, as well as offer Origin-specific extra content.

  • Opinion: Steam Debuts 5 Free-To-Play Games, Special In-Game Items

    Valve's giving its Steam digital distribution service a new angle with five free-to-play games plugged into Steam's back-end micro-transaction architecture. They're live right now, in fact.

  • News: Sony Delayed Informing Hacked Users

    A report from the Japanese government finds that Sony was aware of the scope of the PSN hack earlier than it previously admitted to the public.



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