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  • News: EA Sports Active Wii Fit killer

    Electronic Arts launches EA Sports Active game.

  • Video: Elvenland trailer

    Thick magical fog has its grip on Elvenland, causing the inhabitants to sleep: to wake them you have to connect floral nodes by laying pieces of various colours next to each other. You can download Elvenland from PC Advisor Games.

  • News: Gears of War 2 bugs publicised by Epic

    A list of issues affecting computer game Gears of War 2 has been published by its creator, Epic Games.

  • News: Leadtek to launch PS3 graphics chip for PCs

    Leadtek will next week start selling its first PC graphics card based on Toshiba's SpursEngine graphics co-processor, it announced today.

  • News: nVidia Quadro FX 5800 graphics card launches

    nVidia has released the nVidia Quadro FX 5800 a high-end graphics card that offers high performance for professional applications.

  • News: Ghostbusters' 'third film' will be computer game

    Eighties classic film Ghostbusters is being turned into a computer game thanks to Atari.

  • News: Call of Duty: World at War beta launches

    Activision has opened the Call of Duty: World at War beta to the public.

  • News: Computer games outselling music and video

    Computer games have become more popular than music and video, says Verdict Research.

  • News: Nintendo DSi ships 170,000 units at launch

    Sales of Nintendo's DSi, the latest revision of its popular handhand gaming device, totalled 170,779 units during its first two days on sale, according to an estimate from Japan's Enterbrain.

  • News: Sony patents 'Wiimote for PS3'

    Rumours that Sony is preparing to take on Nintendo's motion-sensing Wii controller have been revived after the PlayStation 3 (PS3) maker filed a patent for a technology that uses ultrasonic waves to track a player in 3D space.

  • Video: Beetle Junior 3 trailer

    Beetle Junior 3 is a popular jump & run game. The titular hero Beetle Bug has lost 1,341 buggies and has to rescue them. You guide him through all the levels to pick them up and bring them back home. Some weapons as well as obstacles can help him, monsters make his mission difficult. According to the manufacturer Beetle Junior 3 is 'funny and challenging entertainment for the whole family'. You can download it from PC Advisor Games.

  • News: Broken Guitar Hero World Tour drum kit slammed

    According to official Guitar Hero message boards, this week's release of Guitar Hero World Tour drew a lot of complaints from gamers. More than a handful of players have experienced problems with the packaged instruments, and Activision, the game's publisher, has stepped in for damage control.

  • News: Sony starts shipping LittleBigPlanet

    Sony has started shipping a revised version of the Playstation 3 game LittleBigPlanet.

  • News: Sony PSP 3000 faces screen 'scan line' problems

    Sony's new PSP 3000 portable games console has come under fire after users reported seeing visible scan lines across the PSP 3000's upgraded screen.

  • News: Miyamoto concerned by violent video games

    Shigeru Miyamoto, the legendary Nintendo video-game designer, has said he worries that some games developers use excessive violence as a publicity ploy - but stresses that he respects freedom of expression.

  • News: Muslim group criticises LittleBigPlanet recall

    A Muslim group has criticised Sony's recall of LittleBigPlanet, calling this censorship and claiming the move will be detrimental to their religion.

  • News: Microsoft sued for concealing Xbox 360 failure rate

    Microsoft is being sued by a US woman who claims the company concealed the high failure rate of the Xbox 360 console.

  • News: Playstation 3 game contains Koran references

    Sony has begun a worldwide recall of Playstation 3 game LittleBigPlanet as it contains at least two references to the holy Islamic text, the Koran.

  • News: The 28 best ever first-person shooter games

    When it comes to game genres, First Person Shooters (FPS) are one of the most loved. From the dystopian corridors of BioShock's subterranean 'paradise' to the Strogg-infested space stations found throughout the Quake franchise, have found countless ways to establish themselves as rich, enjoyable experiences, capturing the hearts and trigger fingers of gamers worldwide.

  • News: Lawsuit claims Apple bullied iPod competitors

    Apple has been sued by MP3 maker Luxpro, with the Taiwanese manufacturer claiming Apple achieved its dominance in the MP3 market through monopolistic behaviour.

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