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  • News: Microsoft sues DHL over 21,000 lost Xboxes

    Microsoft is suing DHL Express, claiming that the cargo-delivery service lost 21,600 Xbox game consoles.

  • Video: James Bond Quantum of Solace trailer

    Blending first person shooter and third-person action, the Quantum of Solace video puts you in control of Bond's greatest weapon... his mind. Based on both the Quantum of Solace and Casino Royale films, here's a preview of the Quantum of Solace video game. Get free games downloads. Visit PC Advisor's dedicated Games website to download hundreds of the latest titles, to read gaming news and reviews and to pick up tips and discuss your favourite games in the popular PC Advisor Games forum

  • News: The 11 best downloadable games revealed

    Fed up of forking out pocketfulls of cash for the latest must-have games? Then check out our list of the top 11 downloadable games - much kinder to your wallet.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 10 October 2008

    A new BlackBerry takes the world by storm, AMD splits into two and new games are on display at the Tokyo Game Show. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • News: Sony plans 'ad hoc' gaming for PSP

    Sony is to launch a service that allows Japanese gamers to play some titles over the internet that were previously restricted to ad hoc network connections with people nearby.

  • News: 'New Xbox Experience' announced for Xbox Live

    Microsoft has announced it is reworking the interface for its Xbox Live service the largest social network of its kind with 14 million members.

  • News: Brainwave-sensing headset controls PC game

    Japanese company Square Enix has developed a computer game that's partially controlled by brainwaves.

  • Nintendo Wii Speak

    Nintendo is to add a social chat function to its Wii games console that enables whole rooms of people to chat to other Nintendo Wii-owning friends. Nintendo Wii Speak launches in Europe on 5 December. 

  • News: Nintendo announces Wii Speak Channel

    Nintendo is to add a social chat function to its Wii games console that enables whole rooms of people to chat to other Nintendo Wii-owning friends. The Nintendo Wii Speak will work over the free Wii Wi-Fi connection that is currently used to enable multi-player gaming with groups of farflung friends.

  • News: Nintendo DSi games to be region-locked

    Software for Nintendo's upcoming DSi console, and upgrade to the Nintendo DS Lite, will be region-locked by major territories, with Europe, North America and Japan receiving software that only works with their specific regions.

  • Opinion: Librarians prefer video games to books

    There's a lot of tosh written about how video games are killing books and, indeed, killing people - or certainly brainwashing people to kill others. Now, the New York Times reports that libraries are using video games to encourage kids to read.

  • News: The 32 best PC games revealed

    When it comes to gaming, the PC beats any console hands-down. We've put together a list of 32 must-have PC games.

  • News: Nintendo DSi UK launch date revealed

    Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said in a newspaper interview that the Nintendo DSi would launch overseas 'probably' in 2009. And at a US event, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime suggested that the device would appear in the UK in the Spring of 2009.

  • News: Amazon MP3 missing from UK Google Android phone

    Early adopters of T-Mobile's G1 Google Android phone are likely to have to contend with two separate music download services. The UK version of the Amazon MP3 music download service, which comes preinstalled on the G1, won't be ready for launch when the G1 goes on-sale here next month, according to sources.

  • Video: Nintendo's update to the DS Lite: the DS-i

    In Tokyo on Thursday Nintendo announced the DS-i, an update to its DS Lite handheld. The slimmer DS-i has two digital cameras.

  • News: Video: Nintendo DSi coming next year

    The Nintendo DS Lite portable console is getting an upgrade, with a new thinner version featuring dual-digital cameras expected by the end of the year in Japan.

  • Video: Azteca trailer

    Addictive, challenging and hours of fun, Azteca is a great puzzle game. Solve incredible puzzles by matching the checkered clay disks and collect arcane letters which will unravel tales of untold secrets. You can download Azteca from PC Advisor Games.

  • News: Konica headset receives video over Wi-Fi

    Konica Minolta's is showing off a futuristic headset that looks like something you might find in a science-fiction movie at the Ceatec exhibition in Japan.

  • News: Video cards running PS3's Cell chip coming soon

    The first add-in video cards based on Toshiba's SpursEngine video chip will soon hit the market, as the company looks to tap growing user interest in high-definition video.

  • News: New Nintendo DS to feature camera & music player

    Nintendo plans to launch a new version of its Nintendo DS portable console with a camera and music player function, according to a report in the Sunday edition of The Nikkei Business Daily.

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