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AI beats semi-pros but falls down in the big leagues
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Support for mouse and keyboard on Xbox first promised more than two years ago
Procedural content generation is out and artificial intelligence is in
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Fornite users complain about ongoing outage
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Trump to meet games industry executives amid claims that violent video games are encourage US school shootings
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New VR Zone Portal arcades open in London and Tunbridge Wells
'Excessive' gaming could soon be classified as mental-health condition
Funds will cut debt and be ploughed into new game development
Nintendo plans to manufacture up to 30 million Switch consoles next year
PC games service Steam overtakes Xbox and Sony to boast 67 million monthly active players - adding 27 million in the last 18 months
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The '80s were when the games industry blossomed from a niche sideline into a huge mainstream behemoth. Join V3 as we look at the top titles of the period to appear on the Atari, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and others
The games industry was just beginning at the dawn of the '80s, with home computing era still a couple of years off, it was the coin-op titles which kicked things off at the start of the decade. But which games were at the top of the pile?