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Review: 'Child of Light' a luminous fairy tale | Washington Post‎

85 days 3 hours ago - “Child of Light” gets much right, from its charmingly pugnacious heroine to its distinctive images and music. It’s an encouraging experiment from... | Review | PC

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Microsoft is using your data to target political ads on Xbox Live

140 days 18 hours ago - Microsoft is trying to convince politicians to take out targeted ads on Xbox Live, Skype, MSN and other company platforms as midterm elections begi... | News | Xbox 360

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Spin off the Xbox? Not so fast.

163 days 11 hours ago - Now that Microsoft officially has a new chief executive, there's a lot of speculation about the future of the company and, in particular, the futur... | Opinion piece | Xbox One

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Nintendo is stuck between the past and the future of gaming

176 days 13 hours ago - Nintendo had already indicated it was disappointed with its sales earlier this month when it drastically slashed its sales outlook for the Wii U, W... | Opinion piece | Wii U

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Gabe Newell on Valve’s intimate relationship with its customers

199 days 20 hours ago - Washington Post : "Valve is one of the most successful video game companies in the world. The firm's online game distribution and multi-player p... | Interview | PC

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Gabe Newell on what makes Valve tick

202 days 21 hours ago - Washington Post - Valve is one of the most successful video game companies in the world. The firm's online game distribution and multi-player platf... | Interview | PC

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Republique Review | Washington Post

203 days 11 hours ago - A new benchmark for small-screen gaming quality. | Review | iPhone

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Xbox One: Review roundup

246 days 2 hours ago - Reviews are in on Microsoft’s Xbox One, and the verdict is that the console is a strong platform on which to bring gaming into the future. But it’s... | Article | Xbox One

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PlayStation 4 can’t play old games. But backward compatibility was just a fad

252 days 2 hours ago - Backwards compatibility has always been more of the exception than the rule when it comes to gaming consoles. And with more and more options for di... | Opinion piece | PS4

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PlayStation 4 review: Strong, but needs time to mature and gain more content | Washington Post

252 days 3 hours ago - Right now, the PlayStation 4 is a powerful console but one that needs more content to realize its full potential. | Review | PS4

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Valve’s Steam Machine is the anti-console. Here’s what it’s like to play

261 days 7 hours ago - Touring the Bellevue, Wash. headquarters of video game company Valve can feel like stepping into the lair of a mad scientist. That's especially tru... | Preview | PC

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Sony, stop trying to make Vita happen

317 days 22 hours ago - The only part of the traditional handheld market that seems likely to have a future is devices for younger children whose parents might not want th... | Opinion piece | PS Vita

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‘Warcraft’ video game maker hires lobbyists to make its case

318 days 15 hours ago - Activision Blizzard, the Santa Monica, Calif.-based maker of “Warcraft,” “Diablo” and other popular video games, has tapped lobbyists in Washington... | News | Industry

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These game ads don’t even show the game. That’s what makes them so good

343 days 15 hours ago - Hayley Tsukayama:"We all know what a classic video game trailer looks like. The close-up of the monster. A scene or two of awesome gameplay. Some w... | Opinion piece | Culture

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Joysticks, trackballs and the appeal of old-school video games

344 days 18 hours ago - John Kelly:"Ms. Pac-Man never scared me the way Centipede did. There was something lovably cartoonish about her, a voracious yellow orb, happily ch... | Interview | Culture

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Nintendo nostalgia is killing the company

350 days 3 hours ago - Nintendo lives, in large part, thanks to nostalgia. Nintendo happily embraces that fuzzy feeling as a tenet of its company image. But it also gets... | Opinion piece | Wii U

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Chinese army-designed video game lets players fight Japan for the Diaoyu Islands

363 days 22 hours ago - In the latest passive-aggressive escalation of the Diaoyu/Senkaku Island dispute, a Chinese computer game originally designed to train soldiers has... | News | PC

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Ten-country comparison suggests there’s little or no link between video games and gun murders

584 days 15 hours ago - The search for meaning is a natural response to any tragedy, and the latest U.S. mass shooting is eliciting questions about, among other things, th... | News | Culture

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Washington Post Review: Nintendo blows up dual-screen video gaming with Wii U

616 days 3 hours ago - When Nintendo first broached the idea of multiple-screen video games in 2004, many critics were skeptical that players could focus on two images a... | Review | Wii U

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Wii U launch ‘marks a beginning,’ says Nintendo of America’s Reggie Fils-Aime

616 days 10 hours ago - washingtonpost.com: Ahead of the launch, Nintendo reported that stores had pre-sold all the stock set aside for reserve on the first day. Fils-Aime... | Interview | Wii U

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