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Two local developers introduce the SHARECART1000, which allows different games to hack each other. Eat your ambitious heart out, Stop 'n' Swop. more

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A guide to the odd new games and pet sub-genres storming 2014 more

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Well, my Secret Santa gift, anyway more

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As PlayStation and Xbox shed their current husks and begin their new evolutions, the concept of what makes a gamer should be redefined, if not eliminated more

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Following the director's interest in augmented reality, TIFF's Cronenberg experience creates an interactive nightmare to brood over more

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This weekend, Jaime Woo and gamers all over gather indoors to celebrate games big and small at Gamercamp more

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Starcraft turned Chris Loranger ‘s life around. But how long until it's game over? more

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As Nintendo's catch 'em all franchise enters its sixth iteration, we look back on the fad that outlived all others more

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Facebook game Chat Fu pits fighting masters against a new foe: conversational skills more

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Grand Theft Auto's influence on gamer morals is nothing compared to its influence on other games. more

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After years of indie hits, the GTA's first big blockbuster game comes out of the shadows in Splinter Cell: Blacklist more

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Christine Love's odd patriarchal dystopian PC game was a surprise hit. With its sequel, she hopes more players understand what it's really about. more

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Hannah Epstein feels the most appropriate medium for her feminist essay is a psychedelic video game fitted Inside of a van more

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A Toronto non-profit ensemble of game makers, and game curious, hope to level the playing field in a dude-overwhelmed medium more

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Being a pinball nut is a tough, loud, adventurous, expensive love more

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A corner of a Toronto Best Buy is not E3 more

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The Ontario Science Centre's Game On 2.0 exhibit is as much a vision of gaming's future as a nostagia trip through its past more

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As the lines between games and pop music blur, chiptune icons Anamanaguchi push the genre into the mainstream more

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Montreal indie-noise collective Yamantaka//Sonic Titan expand their mythology to video games - with a little help more

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Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon's new DC Universe fighter uncomfortably splits the difference between superhero comic and hyper-violent brawler more

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