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Doom Comes to Wireless Phones

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Sci/Tech

Jamdat Mobile announced at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles that it has acquired the rights to a wireless version of the popular videogame Doom from game maker id Software. The company will develop and release the game to coincide with the release of a motion picture version of Doom.

E3 - PS3 vs Xbox 360

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Outclassed? Undoubtedly. Sony's hardware, its software, and even its simple display of confidence in its own product have completely outclassed Microsoft today.

Christian video games

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Will the spiritual and gaming worlds transcend their realms? So far, games such as "Spiritual Warfare" and "Exodus: Journey to the Promised Land" have drawn a loyal following by combining biblical themes with mild action.

Xbox 360: Full Game List

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With the Xbox 360 hardware now laid bare for the whole world to see, attention is turning to the question of games.

M$ Battles Halo 2 Holes

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Microsoft
Security
Gaming

Microsoft is once again locked in a battle of wills with hackers determined to find and exploit security holes in the company's software. But this time the buggy code isn't endangering users' PCs -- just their otherworldly alien fortresses.

Games giants gear up for E3 show

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The big names in the video games business are gearing up to do battle in Los Angeles at one of the most spectacular trade shows in the world.

Quake 4 Teaser movie

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In reference to the announcements and information describing the highly anticipated future release of Quake 4, 3dgamers has released a short movie depicting some of the action in store for players.

Xbox buzz runs the gamut

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Gaming

You say potato, I say "poTAHto." You say the Xbox 360 is smokin', I say, it's okay, but nothing special.

Revolution confirmed for 2006; will play DVDs

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Nintendo's next-gen console will also be around an inch tall; will support GameCube and DVD discs. The combination of its compact size, wireless Internet, backward compatibility, quick start-up time, and quiet, low-power operation add up to the start of a great game system."

Game physics starts to get real

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Part of the appeal of computer games is that they can take you places and show you things you would never find on Earth. Better physics means you can let the computer work out what happens when rockets are fired at zombies, bunnies or rebounding surfaces. It will be different every time.

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