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Gaming to Go: Crosswords DS

Ready to slow things down a bit? Sure, sitting down with a good ol' crossword puzzle might not get the blood pounding, but there's something simple and serene about filling in the grids at a leisurely pace. It's a game of patience and dedication, not to mention smarts -- not the typical fare for...

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Ask PS3 Fanboy: Volume 18

And, we're back! Missed us? We missed you -- and all your questions, too. You know what that means. Yep, we're going straight into them. Send us some questions! Keep checking back every weekend -- we'll be sure to answer all intelligent, fun, and relevant questions that you may have. If you...

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Revolutionary: 3rd Party Control

Last week at CES, Nyko surprise announced their first entry into the 3rd party Wiimote market, the Wand. Though it has been beaten to market by a few other Wiimote clones, this may be the first Wii Remote you'll find encroaching on Nintendo's shelf space in your local game shop. We won't begin to...

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YouTube caters to Wii users with YouTube for Television

YouTube has unleashed its beta for YouTube for Television, a more Wii-friendly version of the popular video site. Being the curious folk that we are, we've dived into the service and produced a handy little walkthrough on how to get started checking out videos. There's a neat little search...

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PS3 Fanboy hands-on: dress

You might think that something called dress is all about frills, plunging necklines and eating disorders, but that's really only half the story. There's more to the modestly named paid service from Japan, including some rather odd yet somehow relevant mini-game tie-ins (you know, stuff that actual...

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What's in store for PSP in the future? Sony's latest survey may hold some clues

Click for high-res version An ESPN subscription for your handheld? How about Purple PSP units? These are just some of the ideas being thrown around in Sony's latest survey regarding PSP. While surveys are never an indication of what is truly in the works, they're usually more of an indication of...

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Fanswag: Castlevania Judgment

Another fanswag giveaway is upon us and this time we're unloading one copy of Castlevania Judgment ($50). Want it? Simply leave a comment on this post telling us what your favorite Castlevania game of all time is. You should have plenty to choose from! Of course, we've got a couple of rules. For...

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LGJ: Pirates are grumpy, underutilized customers?

Each week Mark Methenitis contributes Law of the Game on Joystiq ("LGJ"), a column on legal issues as they relate to video games: This week I've been at the Game::Business::Law Conference, and one of the speakers was Jason Holtman, Director of Business Development / Legal Affairs for Valve. Jason...

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Ten Forgotten Xbox Games that Deserve a Sequel

Even though it fell into a casket when the Xbox 360 launched in 2005, the original Xbox still holds a special place in our heart. Hater's thoughts aside, Xbox had a pile of impressive software in its library that ultimately stands forgotten in time due to poor sales numbers. Don't believe us? Count...

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Bury the Shovelware: Cesar Millan's Dog Whisperer

You know, I usually have a fairly decent idea of where most of these shovelware titles are going. That's not to say that I haven't been disappointed or pleasantly surprised before, but judging a book by its cover is often appropriate with shovelware. Yet I honestly have no clue what this game...

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