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What are the causes and effects of increased gaming in adolescent girls and boys?
Technological innovations, multiple genres, online gaming and mobile apps have led gaming to become big business. Call of Duty Black Ops sold 1.4 million copies and registered 2.6 million Xbox Live players on launch day. Adolescents increasingly use gaming for a significant part of their (...)
[Science daily]

Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition review – pure, visceral action
Capcom is bringing its hack-n-slash classic to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but do improved visuals and new characters add enough to the bill? The arrival of a Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition on Playstation 4 and Xbox One is a welcome, though somewhat perplexing. Sure, Capcom’s slick (...)
[The Guardian]

Tour De France 2015 review – a captivating road trip
PS3/4, Xbox One; Focus Home Interactive, cert: 3 It takes a bold developer to tackle long-distance cycling as a subject matter. Arduous uphill climbs and hours in the peloton simply aren’t obvious elements for enthralling gameplay. But despite the challenges, Cyanide has crafted a surprisingly (...)
[The Guardian]

Payday2: Crimewatch Edition review – fun for the ‘morally flexible’
Xbox One, PS4; 505 Games, cert: 18 An anarchic injection of bonus content makes this team-based shooter a fun social experience for the, well, shall we say, morally flexible. As the masked Payday Gang, a group of violent crooks for hire, you blow chunks out of Washington DC for fun and profit. (...)
[The Guardian]

Payday 2: Crimewave Edition review
PS4, Xbox One; 505 Games; £31.50 Cops and robbers have been such an enduring inspiration for Hollywood, it’s curious that games haven’t really bothered with the genre. Battlefield Hardline may have grafted policeman onto its game of war, enabling full scale urban combat, and Grand Theft Auto V (...)
[The Guardian]

Lego Jurassic World review
PS3/4/Vita, Xbox One/360, Wii U, 3DS, PC; Warner Bros; £24.99-39.99 It’s dressed in the trappings of Jurassic World, but this is a Lego game from top to shiny plastic toe, which means you’ll be wandering around smashing everything into its component bricks, before reassembling them into useful (...)
[The Guardian]

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited review
PS4, Xbox One; Bethesda; £49.99 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was a game so titanically vast you could lose yourself in it for hundreds of hours and still stumble across new places. The fact that Skyrim is just one region of Tamriel tells you all you need to know about the mind-blowing potential (...)
[The Guardian]

'Halo 5' headlines greatest holiday games lineup in Xbox history
On Monday morning, June 15, 2015, at the Xbox E3 briefing, Microsoft Corp. showcased an extraordinary lineup of Xbox One-exclusive titles and announced backward compatibility, fueling the greatest games lineup in Xbox history, this holiday and beyond. Microsoft also shared how it is making Xbox (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

'Halo 5' headlines greatest holiday games lineup in Xbox history
On Monday morning, June 15, 2015, at the Xbox E3 briefing, Microsoft Corp. showcased an extraordinary lineup of Xbox One-exclusive titles and announced backward compatibility, fueling the greatest games lineup in Xbox history, this holiday and beyond. Microsoft also shared how it is making Xbox (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

'Halo 5' headlines greatest holiday games lineup in Xbox history
On Monday morning, June 15, 2015, at the Xbox E3 briefing, Microsoft Corp. showcased an extraordinary lineup of Xbox One-exclusive titles and announced backward compatibility, fueling the greatest games lineup in Xbox history, this holiday and beyond. Microsoft also shared how it is making Xbox (...)
[WebWire Computer gaming]

Fallout 4: release date and details, plus Dishonored 2
Bethesda has revealed that its post-apocalyptic adventure will be out in 2015 with a range of new features, while the next Dishonored is coming in 2016 Fallout 4 will be released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 10 November 2015, publisher Bethesda has announced. The company devoted a large (...)
[The Guardian]

Oculus and Xbox create VR tie-up
Facebook's virtual reality division Oculus shows off its first consumer headset, which will be sold with an Xbox One controller from early next year.
[BBC]

Oculus and Xbox create VR tie-up
Facebook's virtual reality division Oculus shows off its first consumer headset, which will be sold with an Xbox One controller from early next year.
[BBC News]

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