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Logitech to phase out production of console gaming accessories

The third quarter of fiscal 2013 wasn't especially awesome for Logitech, despite the fact that I personally spent 30 of my own dollars on a wireless keyboard within that time frame. Whereas the same period last year saw a net profit of $55 million, Logitech posted a net loss of $194.9 million in...

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Official Wii U GamePad Accessory Set coming Feb. 4

Nintendo will release a Wii U GamePad Accessory Set on February 4, the company announced today. The $12.99 package includes a screen protector, a large DSI XL-style stylus, and a cleaning cloth. Screen protectors are important – if not for the actual prevention of scratches, then for the...

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Sony's 'Play Days' sale discounts PS3 accessories, Move bundles

Starting tomorrow, PlayStation 3 accessories (and even two actual games) will be discounted by up to 60 percent at participating retailers. The "Play Days" promotion, as Sony calls it, knocks dollar-dollar-bills-y'all off the MSRP of pretty much anything that plugs into a PlayStation 3, from Dual...

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The MAG II is a gun-shaped motion controller for PS3 and PC

Armchair soldiers who prefer to play FPS games while standing in the middle of their living room and/or in front of their computer have a new option when it comes to chasing their goofy bliss: The MAG II from All Interactive Entertainment, which launches on November 13 at $150. Compatible with both...

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Gold nunchucks for sale at North American Club Nintendo

The North American Club Nintendo hub has on sale a limited quantity of gold nunchuck accessories, priced at 900 coins each. We think that's a very reasonable price for a handful of pure, unfiltered gold with some wiring down the middle. Seriously, Nintendo has to be taking a hit for each one of...

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The Wii U accessory onslaught begins in the Scribblenaut-iest way

With a new console comes a world of new accessories. I encountered my first Wii U accessory in PDP's booth, and it's glorious. To go with the Wii U version of Scribblenauts Unlimited, PDP has concocted a cover for the WiiPad designed to mimic Maxwell's "rooster hat." Now that it exists, every Wii U...

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Kid Icarus: Uprising's 3DS stand holds up to scrutiny

To help players operate Kid Icarus: Uprising with its unconventional (and uncomfortable) circle-pad, L button, and stylus-based control scheme, Nintendo has packed a 3DS stand with every copy of the game. That way, you don't have to awkwardly support the whole weight of the system with your left...

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Microsoft sold 426,000 Xbox 360s in February, 14th month in top console spot

Ahead of the NPD officially revealing its February numbers, Microsoft is already tooting its own horn. The console manufacturer claims to have sold 426,000 consoles in February, more than any other console. That makes for 14 consecutive months with the Xbox 360 maintaining the top sales position...

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Ben Heck invents controller-mounted Hot Pocket holder

You want to play Xbox games, but you also want to eat a piping hot microwaved meat turnover. What do you do? If you're us, you have to clean your controller. If you're renowned modder Ben Heckendorn, you go into your workshop and build a Hot Pocket pocket that clips to your Xbox controller. Heck's...

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CTA Digital's official US Army game accessories are all they can be

Peripheral company CTA Digital has acquired a rather ... unexpected license: the United States Army. The company has announced a series of official Army-logoed game peripherals, definitively answering the question of what a government-issue PlayStation Move gun controller would look like. The...

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