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Panasonic could enter handheld gaming market with The Jungle

10/04/2010, Panasonic’s foray into the video game world wasn’t exactly the most memorable, with their 3DO being a huge flop despite offering quite a lot of promise on paper. They are now looking into a new portable system, dancing with the iPod touch,...

Nintendo Wii Remote Plus on its way

09/29/2010, Gaming giant Nintendo has announced that they are currently working on the Wii Remote Plus which will merge a Wii Remote with its Wii MotionPlus gyro add-on into a single peripheral. That’s pretty convenient for newcomers to the scene, since they...

Konami unveils 3D Road Fighters

09/28/2010, For those of you who want to enjoy stereoscopic 3D gaming after watching numerous 3D films over the course of this year and yet cannot afford a PS3 to do so, how about taking a trip down to the local arcades instead? This is applicable only if you live in...

BenQ XL2410T LED gaming monitor set to rock and roll

09/22/2010, Gamers take their hardware seriously, and this time around BenQ has an offering for those who want something that will be easy on their eyes – we’re talking about the BenQ XL2410T LED gaming monitor which will come in 23.6-inches of gaming...

TRON Legacy Wiimote goes through FCC’s door

09/21/2010, The TRON Legacy movie can be said to be a blockbuster as part of a foregone conclusion, although it remains to be seen whether the 2D version would be as stunning as the way it is meant to be viewed – and by that, we mean via stereoscopic 3D. Well,...

PlayStation Move arrives Stateside, aims to redefine gaming

09/17/2010, Funny how the world works. Remember when Nintendo unveiled the Wii, only to have Sony executives laugh at its ‘waggly controls’? Well, how the tables have turned, and Sony will now jump aboard the motion sensitive bandwagon with their...

Sony PSP2 confirmed, will carry Mortal Kombat game

09/16/2010, The Sony PSP2 has been rumored in the past, but so many years and a handful of model iterations over time have yet to yield a sequel to Sony’s handheld portable console. Well, in a PAX 2010 interview concerning the upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot,...

Wii Paddle not as useless as other Wii peripherals

09/16/2010, Ever since Nintendo released the Wii Sports game with the console’s release, we have chanced across a bunch of ‘accessories’ (if you can call them that) which supposedly enhances your gaming experience, although we beg to differ since...

Logitech revamps PC gamepad range with three more models

09/03/2010, Logitech knows just how important ergonomics are to a gamer when it comes to hardware, and have just revealed three more gamepads for the masses – we’re talking about the Logitech Gamepad F310, the Logitech Rumble Gamepad F510 and the Logitech...

Xbox 360 S 250GB hard drive can now be purchased

08/20/2010, Those who want to pick up a hard drive for the Xbox 360 S that comes with just 4GB of storage space, today’s the day you perform a cartwheel and jump for joy. After all, someone spotted 250GB hard drives for the refreshed Xbox 360 in a local store,...

Microsoft Kinect works with seated players

07/08/2010, Microsoft has clarified the fact that Kinect is more than capable of recognizing a user who is sitting down comfortably on your couch, dispelling fears and myths that you will need to be standing up all the while when you’re playing, nay, flailing...

PS3 Slim now comes in white with 320GB hard drive

07/05/2010, The Sony PS3 Slim has just gotten a new color, and where else but Japan will it be launched first. Of course, apart from the virginal color, Japan will no longer offer 120GB and 250GB hard drives in their PS3s, as the minimum spec now stands at 160GB,...

World of Warcraft Tap Chat pedal peripheral

06/30/2010, Despite being years in the market already, World of Warcraft (WoW) is still pretty hot commodity – at least we think so until StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty hits the market later this year. This one-button pedal will target WoW players as it helps...

Microsoft Kinect technology laid bare

06/30/2010, For those who are wondering just how does Microsoft’s Kinect hardware works, it sure as heck ain’t pixie dust. This $150 peripheral’s capabilities have been scrutinized, where you get 57 degrees of horizontal and 43 degrees of vertical...