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LittleBigPlanet Vita beta now accepting applications

The beta for LittleBigPlanet on Vita is gearing up, and Sony is inviting interested players to enroll in the test run right here. Sony promises "many of you" will have the opportunity to participate in the beta. The enrollment form consists of simple questions, such as "Which LittleBigPlanet games...

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Engadget takes a tour of the PlayStation Vita Twitter app

Having spent some time with Engadget's Richard Lai, we can assure you that the charming, British accent heard in this video tour of the PlayStation Vita's Twitter app is just as disarming in person as it is through voiceover. As he soothingly details, the Vita app functions similarly to other...

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Test Drive Unlimited 2 accepting beta applications

If you're one of those cautious, try-before-you-buy types, you may want to check out the recently posted beta application for Atari's online racer, Test Drive Unlimited 2. It's pretty much your basic application: Name, gender, address, computer specs, which consoles you own, how long you spend...

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Rumor: Audiosurf soon surfing onto iPhone

Apple's recent preview of the iPhone OS 3.0 didn't really contain any savory tidbits for mobile gaming enthusiasts, save for one intriguing new feature -- the new model will allow the iPod Music Library to be accessed by independently developed applications. The possibilities for uses of this new...

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DS Daily: What would your DS do?

We've seen some very neat and useful DS homebrew applications over time -- to say nothing of useful retail titles -- and we can't help but admire those people who turn their handhelds into tools for every occasion. We admire it so much, in fact, that we've decided that this is a day for...

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iXboxLive allows you to spot friends list on the go

If there's anything iPhone users love to do with their newest piece of technology is add applications that make the experience seem as familiar as possible. Enter iXboxLive, an application developed by first-timer Nicholas Pike that allows users to track friends, browse recent games, reputation and...

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Guitar Hero: On Tour peripheral lends a hand to homebrew painting app

We know there are probably one too many prerequisites for you to find this story truly interesting -- but if you're one of those rare DS Lite owners who recently purchased Guitar Hero: On Tour, and is also into homebrew applications for the handheld, and also fancies themselves a modern day...

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Quake 3 Arena ported to iPhone/iPod Touch

Advertisements have shown us that the iPhone is a tool with a wide array of functions -- YouTube perusing, calamari ordering, and astronaut deafening, to name a few. But no commercials have warned of the iPhone's (and the iPod Touch's) sinister, newly implemented abilities -- fragging, railgunning,...

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Thirty homebrew apps and games to try out

Looking for some reasons to throw yourself into the homebrew scene? Or do you already have a flashcart, but you're not sure what else to look into after trying out the recommendations in our homebrew cookbook? GBAtemp has put together a list of 30 homebrew releases -- 13 of which are applications,...

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DS tapped for Magic: The Gathering card viewer

Before you get carried away with fantasies of playing Magic: The Gathering matches with your Nintendo DS, try to remind yourself that this is only a simple homebrew application for viewing the game's cards. As far as we know, Wizards of the Coast has no plans for turning the king of collectible...

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