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  1. Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus coming to Japan this summer, limited edition arcade s
  2. Japan chart: Vita sales fall further in slow week
  3. Razer Hydra
  4. MCV AWARDS 2012: EA crowned best games publisher
  5. Games studios 'spared' in Sony mass-layoff plan
  6. Real BMW dash cluster for your racing games
  7. Prototype 2 gets first 18+ UK live ad
  8. Kindle Touch gets early release in UK and Germany (update)
  9. EA: All franchises to recieve 'online universes'
  10. Most Game Console Power Draw Comes From Time Spent Idling
  11. Sinclair ZX Spectrum 30th Anniversary
  12. The Witcher 2 tops UK chart
  13. JoyToKey v5.1
  14. Newell: Fan feedback is gaming's great advantage
  15. Valve: Bad games are industry's biggest problem
  16. Are Parents Getting the Message On Online Gaming?
  17. Nyko's PlayStation Vita speaker stand goes on sale for $30, Power Grip still MIA
  18. Crytek exec backs next-gen 'pre-owned block'
  19. UK's Top Ten single SKUs of all time
  20. Vita hits new new record low in Japan
  21. 14.2m Brits are smartphone gamers
  22. PEGI ratings now set for July
  23. Will we miss the Friday release day?
  24. Adafruit wants to help you hack your Raspberry Pi
  25. Gaming Clichés That Need To Die
  26. Baker becomes Game Retail Limited
  27. UK games retail generated £9.7m last week
  28. First Golden Joystick 2012 details announced
  29. Intel Unveils Tiny Next Unit of Computing To Match Raspberry Pi
  30. GAME running 99p Sniper Elite V2 offer
  31. Prototype 2 attacks the top of the charts
  32. Dice: used games block 'win and a loss'
  33. Racing games 'need next-gen' to save genre
  34. Bafta launches young game designers contest
  35. Bringing Movies to Games Retail
  36. Daily Mail asks: Are games creating a generation of murderers?
  37. JavaFX Runs On Raspberry Pi
  38. Big budget console model 'unsustainable'
  39. Notch: EA methodically destroying gaming
  40. Molyneux headlines as GameCity returns
  41. UK MP Keith Vaz has again hit out at games, calling on government to "provide for clo
  42. Gem announce new Mad Catz partnership
  43. HMV and Asda "best-placed" to grab GAME market share
  44. Gamers are "exiting" the console market
  45. 50 more Portal gun replicas available for pre-order tonight
  46. Raspberry Pi Reviewed, With an Initial Setup Guide
  47. Using Arduino shields with the Raspberry Pi
  48. Controlling Raspberry Pi expansion pins with a web interface
  49. What Are You Playing This Weekend?
  50. Habbo: Online firms fighting short atten..
  51. EA demos blockbuster line-up in London event
  52. Resident Evil: Raccoon City sells 1.7 million units as Capcom's profits dip
  53. Lucasfilm applies for 'Star Wars 1313' trademark
  54. Sniper Elite V2 tops UK chart
  55. Blockbuster unveils VIP Gamer reward scheme
  56. Razer Naga MMO mouse gets some work done, fresh for 2012
  57. Mario Party 9, 3DS lead weekly Japanese sales
  58. Retail sales fall in wettest April on record
  59. Dark Souls sells 1.19m units
  60. EA CEO: "Mobile games are not going to wipe out the console business"
  61. UnoJoy makes your Arduino play well with Xbox 360 or PS3
  62. Directly interfacing a joystick with an Xbee
  63. UK Government making age-12 rating legally enforceable for video games
  64. End in sight for dual ratings as Parliament starts PEGI plan
  65. Blockbuster: Games retail would not survive without pre-owned
  66. NPD says total US games market was over $1bn in April
  67. April NPD: Prototype 2, Xbox 360 on top; sales down year-over-year
  68. Sniper Elite V2 holds UK chart top spot
  69. Retailers praise 'refreshing' new Call of Duty
  70. 2m games sold in UK during quiet April
  71. Infinity Ward devs take $42m in Activision lawsuit
  72. HMV and Microsoft raise £19k for Teenage Cancer Trust
  73. Social "mid-core" games attracting more paying gamers
  74. Universal 20 channel project controller from a Ps2 controller
  75. Gem signs Mad Catz deal
  76. Vita sales hit new low in Japan
  77. OPINION: It's May, and already Q4 is hurting retail
  78. "This'll be the best FIFA we've made"
  79. Japan outlaws 'complete gacha' mechanic
  80. Are console contracts the future?
  81. Google patent application could give Project Glass one true ring controller
  82. Raspberry Pi team shows off pics of (and taken with) prototype camera add-on
  83. Would an Apple TV kill the console business?
  84. Max Payne 3 takes UK top spot
  85. CD Projekt: The truth is DRM does not work
  86. Ion iCade Mobile and iCade Core
  87. Raspberry Pi hands-on
  88. iDrum lets you rock out like Animal on your iDevice for $70
  89. Leap Motion launches "world's most accurate" motion controller
  90. GAMEfest is cancelled... but retailer hints at 2013 return
  91. Google Funds Raspberry Pi And CS Teachers For UK Schools
  92. APC Android computer isn’t a Raspberry Pi
  93. My Little Sister Can't Possibly Be This Cute sequel tops Japan charts
  94. Is E3 Still Relevant?
  95. Playsurface touchscreen computing table hands-on
  96. Via Technologies release Android PC to rival the Raspberry Pi
  97. OPINION: A moment in chart history
  98. ESA blasts back at the E3 critics
  99. Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier new UK number one
  100. Introducing the remote control car that's also a game controller
  101. On-disc DLC is "plain greed"
  102. 'Console games need to ditch box retail - then I'll start playing them again.'
  103. Infinity Ward working on next-gen shooter
  104. E3 PREVIEW: The UK's most wanted
  105. Rockstar 'has no plans for E3'
  106. Pokopom PSX Pad Plugin v2.0 r26
  107. DCEmu UK News - New Server and 8 Years Old
  108. Angry Birds: The UK's most popular game
  109. 21m UK people play games, says ISFE
  110. Razer outs Battlefield 3 aviator headsets
  111. N-Control Avenger Controller Elite reaches GameStop, sells like gangbusters
  112. Dragon's Dogma tops Japan charts, shifts 330,000 units
  113. The digital debate
  114. NPD lifts the lid on size of alternative games market
  115. ISFE: GameTrack offers 'unprecedented' data on games
  116. PowerA unveils MOGA Bluetooth controller for Android devices, we go hands-on
  117. Activision vs Zampella & West case settled out of court
  118. BrainTap, gaming with arthritis in mind
  119. Take-Two: Q4 is not as important as it used to be
  120. E3 2012: Ubisoft excited by 'very strong' E3
  121. ROCCAT's new Lua three-button mouse is thirty dollars away from your FPS
  122. Raspberry Pi impressions: the $35 Linux computer and tinker toy
  123. Next-generation consoles 'will be the last'
  124. E3 2012: Randy Pitchford praises Wii U GamePad
  125. HOT TOPICS: Should we give up on boxed games?
  126. UK Charts: Ghost Recon holds its ground at No.1
  127. E3 2012: Game-only crowdfunding platform opens doors
  128. Turtle Beach unveiling more headsets at E3, Black Ops II and Wii U licensed gear in t
  129. Home automation with RC wall plugs and Raspberry Pi
  130. E3 2012: OnLive comes to LG smart TVs
  131. OnLive's E3 blowout includes new games, easy in-browser access, MultiView and LG's Go
  132. Gaikai-powered cloud gaming coming to Samsung Smart TVs
  133. E3 2012: OnLive claims "millions" of users, 100% uptime since launch
  134. Why are we still so insecure about the quality of our games?
  135. Nyko's PlayPad and PlayPad Pro Android tablet controllers
  136. Mad Catz anticipates Wii U launch with line of gaming peripherals
  137. Nearly half of U.S. households own console, says ESA
  138. Razer rolls out Taipan ambidextrous gaming mouse,
  139. E3 2012: Carmack: Consoles could become niche
  140. Gamescom next as E3 nears the end
  141. Win Turtle Beach headsets with Euro 2012 Fantasy Football
  142. EA prepping "3 to 5" new IP for next generation
  143. Snakebyte tablet gaming controller for Android and iOS hands-on
  144. Japan: Dragon Quest Monsters sells 500k, boosts 3DS hardware
  145. Astro Gaming A50 wireless surround sound headset hands-on
  146. E3 2012: not quite ready to go mobile
  147. E3's core focus comes at a cost
  148. [email protected]: Atlus' custom Persona 4 Arena arcade stick
  149. JoyToKey v5.1.2
  150. RetroArch - The New King of Console Emulation
  151. UK government to scrap ICT from 2014
  152. Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier tops UK charts
  153. PEGI to become UK law on July 23rd
  154. Sainsbury's enters e-book marketplace by buying Anobii from HMV for £1
  155. 'Huge problems ahead' for mid-tier console devs
  156. A History of Violence: So Where Do We Go From Here?
  157. UKIE readies PEGI campaign ahead of July launch
  158. British man suspected of being part of LulzSec charged in the US
  159. Study Shows Teen Gamers Like Tech, But Don't All Crave IT Jobs
  160. Game may close more UK stores, but also plans new openings
  161. Ringbow Controller Puts Gaming On Your Finger
  162. Sony platforms storm Japanese software charts
  163. Breivik trial: "Sitting alone and playing games is not normal for a man in his 20's"
  164. Adding wireless to the Raspberry Pi
  165. May NPD: Diablo 3 on top, all hardware (except 3DS) down
  166. Sony and EA confirmed for Gamescom
  167. Using the GPIO pins on a Raspberry Pi
  168. Australian Gamers Finally Get an R-18+ Category
  169. FIFA 12 tops UK chart
  170. Google's Project Glass trackpad gets swaddled in patent protection
  171. All GAME Australia stores to close
  172. French kids to get copyright education
  173. Current games are 'too easy' says Blezinski
  174. Report: Gaikai seeks buyer for $500m
  175. Turning a Raspberry Pi into a laptop with a LapDock
  176. Datel wireless controllers borked by Xbox 360 update, patch coming soon
  177. Chromium OS gets ported to Raspberry Pi
  178. Average UK gamer spent £334 in 2012
  179. Kickstarter successfully funds 700 games
  180. Checking out the temperature of a Raspberry Pi
  181. Bringing Chromium to the Raspberry Pi
  182. Ringbow hits Kickstarter, promises directional pad-assisted touch gaming
  183. Joyride to joystick: Atari controller custom-built from car seat adjuster
  184. Trackball controller rolls onto Kickstarter
  185. Get Into Games 2012
  186. Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes tops UK chart
  187. Activision names $175,000 indie contest winner
  188. IK Multimedia iRig MIX review: a mobile mixer built for iDevices
  189. Durazno SVN r35
  190. nJoy v1.3.2
  191. Portal Turret mini replica available later this year, features sound module
  192. Google I/O rumours: Jelly Bean, Nexus tablet and Project Glass
  193. The future of consoles 'is free-to-play'
  194. Today's old car junk is tomorrow's video game controller
  195. Mobile 'could kill console gaming'
  196. DICE: Mobile gaming no threat to consoles
  197. Adding heat sinks to a Raspberry Pi
  198. Kid's BAFTAs welcomes gaming nominations
  199. Japan chart: Vita sales plummet in lieu of Pokemon sweeping the nation
  200. Games Britannia: Replayed to celebrate 40 years of UK gaming
  201. Using an HD44780 character LCD with the Raspberry Pi
  202. Penetration testing with the Raspberry Pi
  203. Smartphone users spend more time surfing the internet than making calls, reports O2
  204. Japan developers 'can't compete with the West'
  205. Raspberry Pi controlled tank goes deeper than you might think
  206. Raspberry Pi power regulator transplant reduces power consumption
  207. Raspberry Pi enclosure turns it into a desktop PC
  208. Linux picture frame serves as wireless Raspberry Pi display
  209. Vivendi to sell $8.1 billion stake in Activison Blizzard?
  210. One in three US gamers would choose digital over retail
  211. US judge slams patent lawsuits
  212. Getting a console and Quake II running on a Raspberry Pi
  213. Lego Batman 2 holds UK chart top spot
  214. NPD: Europe's Q1 used, digital and social market worth £798m
  215. Molyneux to keynote Unite 2012
  216. 'Too many games are the same', says Wada
  217. Ti Chronos watch controls Raspberry Pi
  218. EA points to digital future; Gibeau calls NPD "irrelevant"
  219. European Court validates pre-owned, gives nod to digital resale
  220. Adafruit's Pi Cobbler breakout kit puts Raspberry Pi's pins to work
  221. Sega's Fourth of July sale includes iOS, Android, PSN and XBLA savings
  222. EU bows to public pressure and rejects ACTA
  223. Valve Hands Over Its Own Movie-Making Tools To Gamers
  224. What does the EU used software sales ruling mean?
  225. GameDock lets your iPhone interface with a TV and controllers, game it old school
  226. Japan: Pokemon clears 2 million, Vita sales jump
  227. Interfacing SNES controllers with your Raspberry Pi
  228. Durazno SVN r47
  229. Raspberry Pi prototyping boards available at adafruit
  230. UK games store count plummets
  231. Parrot Zik launching in August for $399, free app included for iOS and Android
  232. GamesAid calls for indie games
  233. MegaUpload "will return"
  234. SRK contest produces a 26-button Starcraft II arcade controller, probably won't stop
  235. Mobile gamers will soon outnumber PC players in China
  236. Raspberry Pi Model A Makes First Appearance
  237. Another switch mode regulator swap for the Raspberry Pi
  238. MadCatz producing limited edition EVO fightsticks
  239. Raspberry Pi to award cash prizes to young programmers
  240. Molyneux: Molydeux another reason I left Microsoft
  241. Refurbing a C64 with a Raspberry Pi
  242. Hori's Dead or Alive 5 arcade stick is for fighters
  243. PEGI ratings change dated for July 30th
  244. Custom Starcraft controller
  245. The console guys are running scared
  246. Mad Catz set to roam wild in London
  247. EU tries to covertly pass ACTA legislation
  248. Currys and PC World reveal top ten tech gifts for Christmas
  249. Sustaining communities 'key to next-gen success'
  250. Remote control with an XBee and a Propeller