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Neo Geo X out December 6 in Europe for £175/€199

The Neo Geo X will be released in Europe on December 6, concurrent with the North American release of the retro handheld (and its attendant Neo Geo AES-style dock). Neither continent will have to wait longer than the other to play twenty-year-old games. According to the listing on retailer Funstock...

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The Neo Geo handheld is real, coming out worldwide in Q2

That "Neo Geo Portable Device" we were all cooing over? What? There was cooing. We cooed a little. Anyway, it's really happening! And it's happening soon! And worldwide. Blaze, who you might know from various Megadrive/Genesis handhelds, is producing the "NeoGeo X" handheld under SNK's license,...

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Blaze announces its own Move gun attachment

You know what they say: You can never have too many gun-shaped peripherals in which to dock your PlayStation Move controller, unless, of course, you already have two, in which case, you do in fact have too many. (Trust us, people say that all the time.) However, assuming you haven't already...

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Mel B and Wii exercise accessories: 2 Become 1

How does former Spice Girl Mel B keep in shape?...

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Blaze unveils Wii-like motion controller for PS3

The subset of people who really want motion control on their PS3s yet refuse to wait for Sony to actually add it is pretty small, but never let it be said that peripheral maker Blaze is willing to leave money on the table. The company has just announced the Motion Freedom 3D controller for the...

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Fitness First competing with, supporting Wii Fit

The Fitness First gym chain, not content to allow Gold's Gym to dominate the licensed Wii exercise game market, has attached its name to both a Wii game and peripherals. Releasing in Europe this September, NewU Fitness First Personal Trainer includes not just exercise programs but a healthy eating...

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Third-party Wii component cables for under $7

It's really sort of bizarre when you think about it. The saga of the Wii component cables has been a long and storied one: first, they were rumored to be online-only; then Perrin Kaplan confirmed they'd be hitting retail; then they showed up online and were promised in stores by December 5th; they...

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