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The dawn of the NES

In Japan, a small consumer electronics company called Nintendo was having lots of success with their console the Famicom. Wanting to garner international success, they locked their sights on the USA

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Crash, Bang, Wallop

Continuing my kick on the 1980s that started last week with the British home computer, and how influential it was in not only British video games, but the computing industry, I’d like to cross the pond and talk about North America’s adventures with video games

Gaming Arcade. Photo: Vivienne Gucwa @Flickr

If on a Winter’s Night a Gamer

Matthew Cole pretentiously channels Italo Calvino in an attempt to express the reasons why we play games.

Audiosurf an innovative use of sound in games,

Manchester music students make games

Music students have been writing videogames as part of a 20 credit module

Fast pasted co-op action in Borderlands 2

Borderlands 2 – Review

Alasdair Preston takes a look at Borderlands 2.

Video Games

The Multimedia Revolution

All fun and games