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Welcome To August Dark Nights with Poe and Munro is the game in question today. A collection of six interactive episodes following the odd and...

Review: LoveChoice

Love is a rocky road.

Review: Fate of Kai

Fate of Kai takes you on a boy’s journey to earn his freedom. The boy in question, Kai, finds himself shackled to a mysterious...

Review: Boxer Interactive AI Robot from Spin Master

Boxer from Spin Master (Amazon £79.99) features a lively personality with dynamic moods that evolve over time. He has tons of play right out of...

Welcome to the Ubisoft’s Discovery Tour by Assassin’s Creed: Ancient Egypt

Ubisoft’s Discovery Tour by Assassin’s Creed: Ancient Egypt is a new educational and entertainment tool, which lets anyone explore the entire interactive 3D recreation...

Disney Interactive releases first Disney Infinity Toy Box video and new screenshots

Disney Interactive is releasing the first video focused entirely on the Disney Infinity Toy Box mode, a groundbreaking play feature that allows every player to combine Disney and Pixar's most popular characters and worlds to create one-of-a-kind Disney experiences.

Disney Interactive announces Disney Infinity

Disney Interactive today unveiled its most ambitious gaming initiative ever, Disney Infinity. This all new game platform unlocks the freedom to create stories and play experiences starring beloved characters from The Walt Disney Company and Pixar Animation Studios. Disney Infinity allows players to both experience original adventures in some of their favourite Disney and Pixar worlds and to build their own worlds using the power of their imagination.

An evening at the Acer Interactive Pavilion in the Olympic Park

Last Thursday on the eve of the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony, Acer invited CDW to the opening of their Interactive Pavilion in the Olympic Park.

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