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EE promises UK 4G to 27 more towns by June 2013

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The UK's first 4G network continues to expand coverage, this time extending its catchment to more than 65 towns and cities in total. New LTE locales include the likes of Oxford, Stevenage, Guildford and... Blackpool (check the full list of towns after the break) and EE is currently crowing...
EE promises UK 4G to 27 more towns by June 2013

Need For Speed makers tinker under the bonnet to create a surefire smash

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EA's car-racing franchise was seen to be stalling until a switch of developers put it back on poleLet's begin with a quiz. What was the Christmas No 1 in 2005? The correct answer is Need For Speed: Most Wanted. If you yelled out, "Shayne Ward - That's My Goal", then...
Need For Speed makers tinker under the bonnet to create a surefire smash

Tearaway - hands-on preview

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At Gamescom, we caught up with Media Molecule, the developer behind one of the show's standout games, TearawayMirroring the fact that games of every conceivable stripe exist, so do developers with every imaginable type of collective character. Guildford-based Media Molecule exists at the cuddliest, most approachable end of the developer...
Tearaway - hands-on preview

SimCity - preview

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When you start actively working against other online players, the fun really gets goingWhen do publishers decide that sequels can no longer support suffixes? Is there a formula somewhere that can identify when a number is too high to whack on the end of a title, where it suggests doddering...
SimCity - preview

E3 2012: Need For Speed Most Wanted – hands-on preview

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We attack the streets of Fairhaven City in a Porsche 991 courtesy of Criterion's latest Need For Speed re-inventionFrom the very first rev of a Ford Mustang engine, from the first cruise through the streets, the sun glinting, the back-end sliding gracefully, it is clear this is a Criterion game....
E3 2012: Need For Speed Most Wanted – hands-on preview

Tearaway - PS Vita preview

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Makers of LittleBigPlanet return with another handicraft game with hints of Trumpton, Fingermouse and Camberwick GreenLike all the best video games, Tearaway was inspired by messy desks. The team at Media Molecule, the creators of the wonderful LittleBigPlanet titles, were brainstorming ideas for a new project when they noticed their...
Tearaway - PS Vita preview
God Complex: Peter Molyneux Kicks Off First Kickstarter With Project GODUS -- A Grand Plan To "Recreate The Entire God Game Genre"

Fireproof Games announces The Room sequel, free prequel content and Android version

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Fireproof Games today announced a sequel to its 3D puzzle game The Room, according to a post on the developer’s Facebook page. Since its launch in September 2012, The Room has consistently ranked highly on the top paid iPad apps chart on multiple occasions, even as recently as last week....
Fireproof Games announces The Room sequel, free prequel content and Android version

Press Start: Criterion hints at new direction, tax breaks under investigation and more

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Plus, Remember Me and gender equality, Battlefield developer rejects motion controls and indie festival sets sail in East LondonA selection of links, hand-picked by the Guardian games writers.New Criterion IP 'is not a racing game' | CVG UKExpecting another Need For Speed reboot? You might be disappointed:Criterion, the EA-owned Guildford...
Press Start: Criterion hints at new direction, tax breaks under investigation and more

Peter Molyneux leaves Lionhead and Microsoft to found 22 Cans

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Peter Molyneux will leave Microsoft Game / Lionhead Studios once he's finished developing Fable: The Journey for Kinect. He'll be replaced by co-founder Mark Webley at the studio, with Redmond yet to name his successor at corporate level. Molyneux will partner with (Lionhead's) former CTO Tim Rance and Director...
Peter Molyneux leaves Lionhead and Microsoft to found 22 Cans

Apple award sends iPad game The Room soaring past 1m sales

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'There's absolutely room for premium games on the App Store,' says Fireproof Studios' Barry MeadeFreemium games are hugely lucrative on iOS and Android: 17 of the 20 top-grossing iPhone and iPad games in the UK at the time of writing are free-to-play.Some have taken this as a sign that paid...
Apple award sends iPad game The Room soaring past 1m sales
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