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Kate Heavenor

Kate Heavenor

Kate Heavenor

THIS week I was excited to learn that a competition has been launched exclusively for women gamers. Miss Video Game hopes to find an ambassador for women gamers who will assist in the proliferation of females in gaming genres of all types, and help raise awareness of the female gaming audience among game publishers and advertisers. They hope this challenge will make the gaming industry take women gamers seriously and treat them with respect and as equals.

Kate Heavenor

It's a hard life being a student these days. You have to pay your tuition fees, spend a fortune on heavy textbooks you will probably never read and get a job in some shabby pub that makes your shoes sticky just to make ends meet. So Liberty University in Virginia, USA, has come up with an interesting PR stunt and at the same time hopes to take the financial strain off one lucky student.

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Kate Heavenor

Four hundred and twenty-five pounds. Not wishing to sound like Lorraine Kelly on the LK Today sofa, but "Ooohhhh, that's very expensive". A sum like that could pay my council tax for half a year, gas and electric bill, or even a luxury trip to New York. Well that's the price Sony has announced for its next generation console - the PS3 below - and to be honest, I find the news incomprehensible.

Kate Heavenor

THERE'S nothing more satisfying for a gamer than to find yourself pleasantly surprised by a title.

Kate Heavenor

THE start of a new year can be a little depressing. You ate and drank more than you intended, you still haven't made it down to the gym, and you have already completed all the games you got for Christmas. January 2007, however, marks the arrival of an exciting new game for the Xbox 360 which gamers have been waiting for with bated breath. Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (£49.99, HHHHH) hits the shops on Friday.

Kate Heavenor

TWAS Christmas Eve, and not a PlayStation 3 in sight (it's not coming out until March). The Wii arrived and promptly sold out in the shops, so what about our old friend the Xbox 360? Well, the oldest of the next-generation consoles has been out for a good while now, but there are a couple of peripherals in the shops this yuletide which make the 360 even more cutting-edge.

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