All Posts from July 19, 2011

New Linksys Bridge for Gaming and Multimedia

by 3 years ago

Every year our Internet bandwidth is more important, with gaming and video streaming getting more important to our mutlimedia experience.  It's hard for routers to keep up.  Today Cisco has …

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THQ Announces Voltron: Defender of the Universe for PSN/XBLA

by 3 years ago

Growing up, I remember watching Voltron: Defender of the Universe on TV almost every weekday.  While the story was obviously made more tame for the US audience, and multiple shows …

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Sega Dates Shinobi and CRUSH3D For 3DS

by 3 years ago

The horizon continues its gradual unblurring as more developers give us solid release dates for their 3DS games. Sega confirmed today that Shinobi will be released on November 15, 2011, …

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Turtle Beach to Release Call of Duty Headphones

by 3 years ago

In a co-branding effort between Turtle Beach and Activition, a collection of limited edition Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 headsets will be released in conjunction with the game. One …

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Catherine Gets Unboxed

by 3 years ago

The Catherine "Love is Over" Deluxe Edition, which will retail for about $80, includes what you would typically expect from a special edition; like a t-shirt and a pair of …

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Final Fantasy Tactics Beams Through PSN

by 3 years ago

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions is widely considered to be the definitive version of one of the greatest strategy RPGs of all time.  Sporting a 16:9 graphical …

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More NeoGeo Games on PS3, PSP

by 3 years ago

Did you spend the 90's in the lap of fabulous wealth and luxury?  Perhaps you once found your way into the gaming wing of your friend, employer, or burglary victim's …

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Pokemon Rumble Blast Announced for 3DS

by 3 years ago

2011 is a busy year for Pokemon fans!  First Pokemon Black and White arrive on the DS alongside a new anime series, then came a free Pokedex 3D app for …

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