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Mad Catz announces 3DS accessory line, new Wii controllers

Seeing accessories designed for 3DS is almost as cool as seeing the 3DS, right? We hope so, because we've got images of new 3DS accessories by Mad Catz. For CES, the company has revealed a line of accessories for the glasses-free 3D handheld including the lunchbox-like, $20 Traveller Bag, designed...

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Okamiden media calls down the thunder

Even though Okamiden isn't a 3D television, cell phone, or cell phone that can be used to control a 3D television, Capcom still chose to release new info about it during CES. This latest media introduces a new partner character, Kurow, and the Galestorm and Thunderstorm brush techniques, which allow...

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Bionic Commando Rearmed 2 will make you jump, jump Feb. 1

You won't have to wait long to find out whether jumping was a sensible addition to Bionic Commando. As one of its CES announcements, Capcom has revealed that Bionic Commando Rearmed 2, the downloadable sequel that also adds a jaunty moustache, will be released for PSN on Tuesday, February 1 for $15,...

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Razer announces Switchblade 7-inch PC gaming tablet concept

CES 2011 is proving to be a veritable cornucopia of radical, tantalizing concepts that aren't real products just yet. For instance, PC hardware manufacturer Razer turned our heads with the Switchblade -- a 7-inch gaming tablet with a multi-touch screen and keys that change based on the game that's...

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Vizio 'Versus' offers two-player head-to-head gaming on one screen (video inside!)

At Vizio's CES suite, the HDTV manufacturer was showing off its "Versus"-enabled television. The tagline is "head-to-head gaming" and the feature is that simple. The set uses a 3D panel to drive two images, so two players can play the same game head-to-head. Like 3D gaming, the software needs to...

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Torchlight coming to Xbox Live Arcade with new content for House Party series

Runic Games has announced that the Diablo-esque RPG Torchlight is coming to Xbox Live Arcade for the upcoming House Party series of releases. The game has apparently been remade to use the Xbox controller (with dual sticks for moving and attacking, bumpers for potions, and hotkeys assigned to...

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Impressions of OnLive, live on Vizio VIA Plus TV

When OnLive announced its particular brand of cloud-based gaming was making its way to Vizio's VIA Plus line of connected products, we were eager to get some more details. We got an opportunity today at Vizio's CES suite. While the Vizio tablet and smartphone were on display, they weren't rocking...

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Fable Coin Golf, Game Room coming to Windows Phone 7

After dropping details on Avatar Kinect and the crazy amount of Kinects sold in its first 60 days on shelves, Microsoft's Steve Ballmer moved onto another recent Microsoft product launch: Windows Phone 7. While the Crackdown and Halo brands already have some presence on the platform, Ballmer took...

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Xbox 360 hits 50 million worldwide, Xbox Live users top 30 million

Sure, Kinect is doing dandy, but how about the console it Kinects connects to? Quite well, really, to the tune of 50 million Xbox 360 units shipped worldwide to date. That's according to Microsoft prez Steve Ballmer at tonight's CES 2011 keynote. Not to let Sony be alone in trumpeting its...

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Avatar Kinect bringing Avatar control, facial expressions to Xbox Live Gold members this Spring [Update: Now with video!]

As expected, "Avatar Kinect" was unveiled during Microsoft's annual CES keynote. It's "a new way to socialize on Xbox Live" allowing direct Avatar control using Kinect, enabling the obligatory gesture control and adding impressive facial expression support. The service takes the form of "stages"...

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