Gaming

Thanko USB Wiimote Charger

Thanko Japan’s USB Wiimote Charger is something many gamers have been waiting for. Having to go out to the store to buy new batteries twice a week just isn’t cutting it for us Wii players. The USB Charger comes with a cradle, a special Nickel battery, and a battery cover compatible with the charger. The charger works on any USB ...

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Nokia N-Gage 2.0? Say it isn’t so!

We hoped that when Gizmondo went under, the N-Gage device from Nokia would follow suit. And for all intensive purposes, it did. Or so we thought. Word is spreading from the Nokia N-Gage official blog that the N-Gage 2.0 is coming. Word to Nokia: If you are going to release another multi-funtional device, fine, but don’t give it the same ...

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New footage of flOw, pretty as ever

flOw, it’s that game that Sony promised for the launch of the PS3, that looked so amazing, and wound up getting pushed back to the end of February. Now, it’s not like anyone was too suprised by this (sadly), but if this game is pushed back again, they had better give away a free movie with it when it comes ...

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New Nvidia cards integrate DirectX 10 for under $200

The phrase “budget gaming” has become less of an oxymoron as of late, but it is still a stretch. It all really just depends on your definition of budget. With Vista at your local BestBuy, what is there for a PC builder to do but grab the latest hardware and make the next screamer? That’s when money becomes a problem. ...

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PS3 ads in Xbox 360 game: Too friggen funny

Microsoft can’t cut themselves a break these last few days. They haven’t really been doing a good job of helping that fact either. In this preview screenshot from the recently announced UEFA Xbox 360 game, an add for the Playstation 3 can be plainly seen in the background. Microsoft probably should of scoped out the UEFA’s sponsers before signing on ...

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Video Game Symphony: An orchestral voyage through Mario

[ev type=”google” data=”8169033819829939284″][/ev] We have tried and tried and tried and tried to enjoy classical music. Most classical just puts us asleep, but there are a select few composers and songs which peak our interest. Of course, there are the dynamic sounds of Beethoven and the beautiful structure of Mozart, but our favorite is the great people at Nintendo. Please, ...

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Splitfish asserts ability to rumble feature for Sixaxis

While the PS3 has the highest price of any of the 3 next-gen consoles, as of yet, it hasn’t done too much to impress the market in terms of rising up above the Xbox 360. On topic here, the issue of the leaving behind of the DualShock’s rumble feature. A company named Splitfish has claimed that they have the capabilities ...

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Sony firmware 3.1 just fixes hacks

So for you few but growing number of Sony PSP owners, you are probably used to the flow up firmware upgrades. While constant firmware upgrades usually seem to signify a progression in usability, in this case it seems to be more about the fixing of hacks and workarounds. Nothing new with version 3.1 of PSP firmware which has been released. ...

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Tarantula keyboard gives you the upper edge on the n00bs

Keyboards take the most physical abuse from us gamers. The constant pounding during games, then followed by the unnecessary slam when a damn n00b gets lucky with a sniper rifle. Your keyboard is what can make all the difference when you need to punch out those complex key combos to blow everyone up. The Tarantula gamers keyboard takes this into ...

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