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Interactive Gaming Monday, 12 February, 2007, 17:34 GMT
Screenshot from The Getaway, Sony Gangster video game upsets BT
Sony is changing a best-selling PlayStation 2 game which puts a criminal in clothing bearing a BT logo.
Quake III screenshot, Activision Fun, frags and frolics online
Playing computer games over the internet against other people can be fun, even if you find your skills as a gun-toting slayer are limited.
Unreal Championship Xbox wheels out big guns
Unreal Championship and Splinter Cell are the two key titles in Microsoft's attempt to boost sales of its Xbox console.
 VOTE RESULTS
Which machine will triumph in the console wars?

GameCube
 17.50% 

PlayStation 2
 60.00% 

Xbox
 22.50% 

200 Votes Cast

Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion


2002 has been a bumper year for video games - vote for your favourite
Gaming comes of age


Exhibition celebrates 40 years of gaming
40 years of gaming


Lynn Robson is a games designer challenging the male supremacy in the gaming industryGame over
Women take on the men in the games industry

Soon you can follow in the footsteps of Obi Wan KenobiLive the film
Star Wars worlds coming soon to the web

Unreal Championship and Splinter Cell reviewedBig guns
Can Unreal Championship boost Xbox?

Atari games available on mobile phonesRetro ring
Classic Atari games to play on mobile phones

The Getaway
Grand Theft Auto in London? Well, almost
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