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News Head Teachers in the UK Issue Warning to Parents on 18-Rated Games Being Played by Children
Will contact police and social services
News The Japanese Console Market Fell in 2013, With Revenues Behind the Mobile Gaming Sector
A 16% fall from 2012 to 2013
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"We might be able to create new entertainment that dominates the industry"
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System predicted to stay behind PS4 and Xbox One in generation sales
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"It’s largely going to be much more marketing activity-oriented"
News New eBook Will Analyse Wario Land 4 In Nearly 600 Exhaustive Pages
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At last, some positive mainstream reporting
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As the critics attack, Satoru Iwata simply looks ahead
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Rob Burgess explains how a country with 40 million people has been missed