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  • November 16th, 2012

    by Published on November 17th, 2012 17:17
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    US magazine Time has named its all-time best 100 video games – and as you’d imagine there are some expected and definitely not as expected inclusions.
    It divides its list into decades. The 1970s, for instance, includes obvious contenders such as arcade smash-hit Space Invaders and tennis sim Pong, as well as lesser known title Hunt the Wumpus.
    The 1980s is more familiar with cult titles such as Pac-Man, Defender, Donky Kong, Paperboy, Super Mario Bros, Teris, The Legend of Zelda, Outrun and Prince of Persia.
    The 1990s reflects the transition into modern gaming and includes the likes of Street Fighter II, Sonic the Hedgehog, SimCity 2000, Myst, Final Fantasy VII, Metal Gear Solid, Goldeneye 007, Thief, Resident Evil and Quake.
    The 2000s offer a more eclectic mix of contemporary names such as Deus Ex, Katamari Damacy, Angry Birds, Knights of the Old Republic, Flower, Counter-Strike, Animal Crossing, Ico, Rez, Okami, Wii Sports, Modern Warfare, Braid and Demon’s Souls.
    Only two post-2010 titles make the cut – Batman: Arkham City and Mass Effect 3. No Skyrim? No Journey? No Black Ops Declassified? Oh yes, that’s right.
    You can see the full list here.

    by Published on November 17th, 2012 17:14
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    The mobile gaming boom continues unabated. A recent survey for PopCap found that 125 million people were playing games on handheld devices across the UK and US. SuperData Research says the mobile gaming market will be worth £4.8 billion by 2015 – almost three times today’s value.There is no shortage of good news. There are more players, more revenues at stake, widening demographics, and more opportunities for play than ever before. The explosion of mobile and tablet devices means gaming has gone from being a living room pursuit to something people do everywhere.