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  1. Britain Video Games

    Academics, video game makers in rare collaboration for study on player behaviours

    The findings of the Oxford University study are based on survey responses from people over 18 who played two games, Plants Vs Zombies: Battle for ...
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    Apple removes thousands of games from China app store, says research firm

    Apple Inc removed 29,800 apps from its Chinese app store on Saturday, including more than 26,000 games, according to data from research firm Qimai.
  3. LEGO NES 1

    Nostalgia alert: Build your own Nintendo Entertainment System with Lego bricks

    The new building kit with 2,646 pieces allows you to build a model of the gaming console as well as a retro TV featuring a Mario figure on the ...
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    Commentary: Limits on video gaming the heart of a growing controversy in Japan

    Some Japanese are challenging limits on screen-time, with profound implications for the country, says the Financial Times' Leo Lewis.
  5. Video games for every mood HERO

    Watched enough TV? Try these video games for every mood while staying home

    If you've run out of things to watch on Netflix, it may be time to craft furniture and make your own campsite on Animal Crossing Pocket Camp or ...
  6. Sonic the hedgehog

    Tetris The Movie, anyone? Why Hollywood should stay away from classic video games

    Sonic The Hedgehog might have the highest-grossing opening for a video game film. But have you forgotten about Warcraft and Super Mario Bros?
  7. Warhammer 40,000 figurines.

    Commentary: How a company making 'the best fantasy miniatures in the world' conquered the hearts of gamers, investors and more

    Ian Sturrock discusses how a bunch of wizards and goblins drove a 25-fold explosion in the company’s share price.
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    Commentary: Worried your child might be addicted to video games? What the warning signs are

    Researcher at Western Sydney University, Joanne Orlando, discusses the challenges of dealing with a gaming disorder.