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Your Turn: A Brief History of Nintendo

Screen Play reader Andrew Yoshimura DexX is unwell and is taking a day off to recuperate. In the meantime, please enjoy this fascinating look at the history of one of our most beloved video game companies.

Tuesday Newsday: Legal issues

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James Dominguez Looks like everyone is suing everyone else this week, though there is some good news about games being good for your brain.

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Screenshot jigsaw puzzle #38

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James Dominguez Last week's puzzle proved to be a little too hard, but this week the choice of game should be a bit more fun.

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Wii U launch highlights

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James Dominguez The Wii U goes on sale tomorrow, with some queuing for midnight launches. DexX discusses his impressions of the new console and the launch line-up.

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Wii U mini-reviews: New Super Mario Bros U

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James Dominguez A new Nintendo console means a fresh coat of paint on the old franchises, and Mario is first out the door.

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Break your mind in two with Fractured Soul

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James Dominguez 3DS exclusive Fractured Soul from Melbourne studio Endgame has finally been released in Australia, and DexX talked to Managing Director Grant Davies about the long-delayed title.

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Your Turn: The greatest gaming system of all time


Screen Play reader Andrew Marshall The votes are in and have been counted. It's time to reveal what the Screen Play community believes is the greatest gaming system of all time...

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Review: Steel Diver

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Mike Wilcox Those with a keen eye and a good memory may recall seeing a glimpse of Steel Diver when it surfaced briefly to demonstrate the then-soon-to-be-released Nintendo DS console in 2004.

Hopping onto the App Store

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Mike Wilcox Scribblenauts developer 5th Cell has brought its talent to the App Store with a distinctly Australian flavour. Guest columnist Mike Wilcox today chats with Miah Slaczka about Run Roo Run.

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Scribblenauts: the write way to play

Scribblenauts is only limited by players' imaginations.

Mike Wilcox Scribblenauts stole the spotlight from many of the big-name blockbuster video games at the world's biggest gaming convention this year by delivering an original and refreshing experience for players.

Review: Rhythm Heaven

Rhythm Heaven

Mike Wilcox While the rhythmically challenged might struggle, Rhythm Heaven's toe-tapping charm makes it difficult to put down and even harder to get the catchy tunes out of your head.

The console master matures

Shigenu Miyamoto

Jason Hill He might not be a household name, but Shigeru Miyamoto is the creative force behind many of the world's most popular video games.