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30  juin     07h30
F1 22 review - a stunning racing game sullied by money-grubbing
Steve Boxer    PlayStation Xbox PC Codemasters EA SportsSupreme playability is sidetracked by a new mode designed to let players live the gilded life of an F driver and start paying for itIn the real world Formula One is enjoying one of its highest profile seasons ever A change in regulations has made
26  juin     17h30
Seed funding: Melbourne startup raises 9m for mental wellness game based on tending houseplants
Josh Taylor    Funding for Kinder World mobile app said to be largest venture capital seed investment for game studio founded by women in AustraliaFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesDownload the free Guardian app get our morning email briefingA Melbourne startup has raised m in funding
21  juin     13h42
A little bit addictive and the right amount hard’: new video game is based on poems of Emily Dickinson
Sarah Shaffi    The s style shooter EmilyBlaster is a real life version of a game featured in Gabrielle Zevin s forthcoming novel Tomorrow and Tomorrow and TomorrowEver wanted to play a computer game based on the poems of Emily Dickinson Well now you can with the release of EmilyBlaster a s style game
Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes review - wild battles liven up a familiar anime franchise
Malindy Hetfeld    Nintendo Switch Intelligent Systems Omega Force NintendoThe combination of frenetic Dynasty Warriors style combat with Fire Emblem s lovable cast of characters makes this an engaging trip back to the Officers AcademyTraditionally Fire Emblem has been a series about emotionally over investing in
Cannon Arm and the Arcade Quest review - lovable gamers on mission to break record
Leslie Felperin    Utterly charming Danish documentary follows a group of complicated geeks as one of their number sets out to beat all comers on a game caled GyrussOnly the most brutish and cold hearted bully could resist falling for this utterly charming Danish documentary about a bunch of complicated but lovable
Pushing Buttons: five new games that look like nothing you’ve seen before
Keza MacDonald    In this week s newsletter amid endless nostalgia trips here are a few inventive offerings to inspire you Plus a shout at the TV horror game for groupsDon t get Pushing Buttons delivered to your inbox Sign up hereWelcome back to Pushing Buttons this is Keza back with you after a period of