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No mere Semblance of success

How a South African indie game went from a university assignment to the big-time

Nintendo to stop producing Wii for Japanese market

Japan's Nintendo has decided to stop making the Wii console in its home country to focus on the new generation Wii U.

Gaming: The year of playing dangerously

Yes, zombies will be back again in 2012. Some things never change.

Knock, paper, scissors: Gesture-based ‘key’ developed

Taiwanese researchers have developed an "invisible key" technology which allows users to unlock their doors by means of simple hand gestures.

Wii U disappointment drops Nintendo shares further

Nintendo shares have tumbled for the second consecutive day after its second-generation Wii console unveiled in the week disappointed the market.

Nintendo lines up Wii successor

Nintendo is due to reveal a successor to the wireless console this summer before a full launch next year in bid to reverse sliding profits.

Kinect unveiled at Microsoft E3 preview

Microsoft has finally unveiled and revealed the real name of its motion sensing video game device, previously known as Project Natal: Kinect.

Microsoft’s Natal game system in stores this year

Microsoft plans to get its Natal body-gesturing gaming system into stores in time for this year's holiday shopping season.

Nintendo scores with Wii Sports Resort

The original Wii Sports is technically the biggest selling game of all time, so the sequel is a big deal.

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