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Wii Warm Up: The no-waggle zone

Sometimes, waggle makes everything better ... and sometimes, it makes us want to gouge out our eyes, or maybe a friend's eyes. Really, any eyes will do. We're not picky. The thing is, everyone has different opinions one what makes for a good waggle game. And what exactly counts as waggle, anyway?...

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The top 5 most creative uses of the PSP

While long-time readers of PSP Fanboy have undoubtedly seen most of these mods and hacks, it's nice to see five truly fascinating uses of the PSP in action. TechEBlog has collected various videos from YouTube, showcasing the PSP's incredible flexibility. Watch someone type away on a PSP keyboard;...

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Third party motion sensor now available

The DS motion card we told you about before is now available for the promised price of $25. It's tempting, because that whole DSaSketch bit sounds cool, but the novelty may wear off too quickly. We do hope that this catches Nintendo's attention, though, or at least the eye or more homebrew...

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Third party card brings motion sensing to the DS

Yes, you read that correctly -- thanks to the power of homebrew, you'll soon be able to turn your trusty DS into an etch-a-sketch. This new DS motion card plugs right into the card slot and includes a 3-axis accelerometer and single-axis gyroscope functionality for a rich motion-sensing experience...

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