German scientists build 'self-aware' Super Mario character who needs no guidance from human hands
From playing cards to revitalising the video game industry and propelling Super Mario to world fame
More than half of all gamers in the UK are now women, yet sexism within the industry remains widespread
You don't have to be a hardcore golf fan to get hooked on this charming new Mario game, say reviewers
BioShock game gets 'mind-bending send-off' to saga of existentialism and quantum mechanics
Sony's new 3D headset for the PS4, codenamed Project Morpheus, will immerse players in a virtual gaming world
Huge, brutal and astonishing, the gripping follow-up this tale of the undead is a gaming masterpiece
Latest instalment of zombie game, A House Divided, is smart, scary, and better than ever, say critics
As funny, filthy and outrageous as the show, this 'fantastic' TV spin-off game hits it out of the park
Reboot of classic stealth game Thief isn't perfect but it's atmospheric, intriguing, and refreshingly non-violent
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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