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'WaSaBi': Game accessories with Japanese spice

Tons of companies were at E3 to show off their game accessory series, but nobody had a more eye-catching setup than Gametech's WaSaBi line. The accessory line, which features traditional Japanese patterns and ukiyo-e artwork, first launched in Japan in December of last year. Gametech has just opened...

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Make your PSP a Rhinestone Cowboy with some Jewel Stone Sheets

Step back into the 70's with this rhinestone-Bedazzler-encrusted PSP. Sure, you could go ahead and get some diamonds to attach to your favorite handheld, but why look official when you can say: "I'm a fool" without opening your mouth? Maybe we're overreacting. Someone is bound to enjoy Gametech's Je...

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Make your DS bulkier, louder

Gametech's new Sound Shell DLite solves the two major problems with the DS Lite: first, that it's not big enough, and second, that it just doesn't make enough noise. Why be discreet when you can be conspicuous, right? Aside from making the DS totally beefy and loud, the Sound Shell acts as a cover...

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Gametech card case makes room for reading material

The new Game & Manual Holder 24 from Gametech is one of the few cases designed to hold a large number of DS cards-- this one (obviously) holds 24. It is also the only case we know of that has pockets for game manuals. Since we can't imagine needing the manuals after reading them once, maybe yo...

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Back up and manage your game saves

Unlike Datel's Action Replay Max Duo, this game-save manager from Gametech doesn't require any GBA-slot jury-rigging or an unsightly device that sticks out of your handheld like an air conditioner. All you have to do is pop your DS cart into Gametech's discreet USB dongle, hook it onto a PC with the...

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When you stare at this DS case, the DS case stares back at you

Gametech seems to have a taste for the gaudy when it comes to DS Lite covers, but they totally got it right at least once. This DS Lite case features a kunoichi (female ninja) design in simple white on black fabric. It's cute and striking at the same time. The design looks quite similar to R Stevens...

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Wii remote grip, for that non-authentic PS3 experience

If you happen to be a Wii owner who secretly yearns for the cancelled PS3 "boomerang" controller, then boy have we got something for you. Wrap your meaty man-hands around this bad boy and your Excite Truck experience will be ... uh... like nothing Nintendo ever wanted you to experience. Brilliant...

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Adhesive feet for the careful gamer

Gametech has created another head-scratching Wii accessory (in that it's baffling, not that it scratches your head for you). This time, it's the Taore na Sheet W (Collapsing Sheet W): a set of adhesive rubber feet that secure your Wii stand and sensor bar to their locations, and, just to be sure, s...

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Japan gets pretty designer pouches

Japan sure loves their pretty PSP cases. On March 30th, Gametech will be releasing some PSP pouches: they look pretty, but they sure don't look like they'll hold up to abuse. At 3980 yen, it certainly doesn't come cheap--but that's the high price you pay for fashion, no? See also: Signature series e...

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