Posts Tagged: "Gaming"

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The 3D Arcade Mug Brings A Classic Game To Life

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If there’s one thing we’ve gotten surprisingly creative with, as a species, it’s mugs. Think about it; how many pieces of ceramic do you own with various styles, bands, causes, you name it, slapped on the side? Probably dozens, and you’re about to need to make room for one more,...

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Han Solo LEGO Blaster Now On LEGO Ideas (video)

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Man, don’t you hate it when people create cool ass LEGO builds only to find out that you can’t actually go and buy them? Yeah, us, too, which is why we’re pretty pumped that this Han Solo LEGO Blaster can possibly become a LEGO product…that is, if you go and...

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LeapTV Crosses A Kinect And A Wii

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It’s a constant question: How can we get kids to exercise? Unfortunately, the proposed method of using a whip was decided to be a little too cruel, so instead we’re motivating them with video games, specifically the LeapTV. Jump! Essentially, Leapfrog, who you might remember as a company that turns...

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SVS SB-1000 Gaming Subwoofer Review

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Multimedia is only as good as the hardware to play it back. Your Nintendo 3DS may be a great gaming platform, but only for little games that are good for bite-sized chunks (generally). The iPhone isn’t built for watching a full movie, but feel free. That’s why it’s still so...

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11 Brand New Must-See Gameplay Videos of E3 (list)

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It’s E3 time again folks. The show is just now whirring up with the traditional press conferences from the major publishing houses and hardware manufacturers like Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony. Those are typically filled with announcement that won’t see completed fruition for several months to years. For instance, Ubisoft’s The...

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AOC G2460PQU 24 Inch LED Monitor Review

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omputer monitors have reached the point where we take them for granted — we expect them to be bright, evenly lit, chock full of inputs and inexpensively priced. And with a large screen size too. What’s gotten lost in all of this is how “fast” the monitor responds to projecting...