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  • Blog Post: Scuf Gaming Is Building A Better Controller With The One You Already Have

    Controller technology has come a long way since its humble beginnings as a pair of Pong paddles. Atari gave us the joystick-and-button, and Nintendo added precision to the mix with a directional pad and second button. Since then, ergonomics and functionality have increased giving us the Xbox 360 controller... More
  • Blog Post: Steelseries Siberia Elite Bringing Comfort And Dynamic Sound To PC And Mac

    At PAX 2013, I had the opportunity to spend some time with a new headset from Steelseries. I've used a lot of gaming headsets from a number of manufacturers (last year I reviewed more than 25 different models), and I was quite impressed with where Steelseries is going with the Siberia line. The Siberia... More
  • Blog Post: Oculus Rift's IndieCade VR Jam Announces Finalists

    If you're worried that the Oculus Rift VR unit won't have enough games when it launches, the company, along with IndieCade, is currently holding a game jam to help foster development for the technology. Over 220 teams have submitted VR game ideas to the Oculus Rift's IndieCade VR Jam, but... More
  • Blog Post: Hands On With Nvidia Project Shield

    It’s not hard to get excited by Project Shield’s feature set, but I have to wonder who the system will be marketed towards. If you’re not familiar with Nvidia’s Project Shield, it’s an Android-driven mobile device that comes attached to a controller. Nvidia hopes it will... More
  • Blog Post: Help Make Some Awesome 10-Doh! Gaming Minifigs

    So Analog pays homage to yesteryear's technology by making awesome game/geek related figurines, and now the company is looking to expand it's line of 10-Doh! figures. Maybe you can help them. We're not going to beg, but you should do the right thing! The small collectable company just started... More
  • Blog Post: Updated iPad Gives You 128GB For $799

    If you're running out of space for games on your iPad, you could delete some stuff, or you could buy the newest version, which features 128GB of storage for $799. Late last year, Apple released the forth iteration of its iPad with features that included a 9.7-inch Retina Display, a FaceTime HD camera... More
  • Blog Post: First 4 Figures Announces Shenmue Statue

    We may never see the end of the Shenmue saga, but you can reenact how you think Sega's open world epic might have ended with First 4 Figure's new statue. Wondering what to do with all that Christmas money? Save it so that you can pre-order this Ryo Hazuki statue from First 4 Figures early next... More
  • Blog Post: Adult Swim And Valve Team Up For Virtual Team Fortress Gear

    Valve has found a lot of interesting things to sell to Team Fortress 2 players after the game went free to play. The next set of virtual items on the list will be more Adult Swim-themed gear. If you're a fan of Adult swim, or Team Fortress 2, or buying things, then this is your day. Valve didn't... More
  • Blog Post: Wikipad Offers A New Way To Play Android Games

    Enjoy playing Android tablet games, but wish you had a more traditional controller in your hand, maybe the Wikipad is for you. The new tablet with detachable gamepad controls comes out October 31. The tablet will be priced at $499, and those who pre-order the machine through Game Stop will also receive... More
  • Blog Post: You Can Now Buy Minecraft LEGOs

    LEGOs are already kind of like a real life Minecraft world, but that’s not going to stop us from stopping you from buying these officially branded Minecraft LEGOs. Build a real life version of your digital Minecraft world with these new LEGO sets , starting at $34.99. [Thanks to Joshua Spence for... More
  • Blog Post: Naughty Dog Co-founder Wrote A Novel

    Andy Gavin once made a game you like. Maybe you’ll also like his new dark fantasy vampire novel, The Darkening Dream. In 1986, Andy Gavin helped found Naughty Dog and then worked on everything from Crash Bandicoot to the Jak & Daxter series. Recently however, Gavin has been working on entering... More
  • Blog Post: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turrets T-Shirt

    Meet the newest addition to your wardrobe. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turrets T-Shirt combines two of our favorite things. RedBubble artist Tom Trager has been selling these crazy cool shirts that blend the turrets from Portal with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. They’re $23.52, and worth every... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Still Believes In A 3D Future For PS3

    Sony isn’t giving up when the going gets tough. Despite poor market reception for 3D technology, Sony believes the PlayStation 3 is only “scratching the surface” when it comes to 3D gaming. “Looking at the future of 3D, I think we’ve really only just begun to realize its... More
  • Blog Post: Razer Slices Into The Gaming Laptop Market

    During an early morning press event at PAX, we got a first look at Razer’s new gaming laptop, simply called the Razer Blade. Razer co-founder and CEO, Min-Liang Tan, told us that several years ago Razer set up a stealth division to start working on experimental gaming products. The first example... More
  • Blog Post: The Essential Video Game Figure List

    Fanaticism should be proudly displayed. Your gaming den shouldn’t just be a place to escape from the world; it should be a museum for everything you love. In an effort to help you redecorate, we’ve compiled a list of the best gaming figures and statues on the market today. This is far from... More
  • Blog Post: Aperture Science Begins Testing New Think Geek Hoodie

    For a hoodie, Think Geek’s new officially Licensed Portal 2 hoodie is pretty good. Given the series' slick aesthetics and overall mind-bending gameplay, maybe our expectations for an official hoodie were a little high, however. Don’t get us wrong; we’re still buying this. If you’re... More
  • Blog Post: Mad Catz To Release Licensed Gears Of War 3 Merch

    Today accessory manufacturer Mad Catz has announced an agreement with Epic Games to produce a line of products featuring Gears of War 3. The agreement allows Mad Catz to produce branded controllers, headphones, and other peripherals. In the past the company has produced faceplates and console skins featuring... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Ericsson's PSP Phone Becomes Xperia Play

    Rumors about Sony Ericsson's PSP Phone have been circulating for so long now that it’s hard to even think about them as just rumors. The device is real, but are you going to want to toss out your old phone for one? Engadget got its hands on an early prototype of the PSP Phone, which is now... More
  • Blog Post: See The PlayStation Phone In Action

    Rumors about Sony’s PlayStation Phone have been circulation for months upon months, but we’ve only seen glimpses of what this kind of system might look like. Now, thanks to a leaked video, we can actually see the system in action. Engadget is running a video of what they think is a PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: New Bravia TV Features Built-In PlayStation 2

    It seems every other country gets all the cool stuff first. Turns out a new Bravia TV released in Europe is packed with a cool feature. The KDL-22PX300 is a high-def TV at 22 inches, has four HDMI ports, three USB ports, and get this, a built-in PS2. Not only do you get a DVD and CD player already installed... More
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