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Playstation will continue to offer free PSN services

Playstation will continue to offer free PSN services

Sony has confirmed that it plans to continue to provide free network services for Playstation owners. Playstation has said that they are looking at "how we can provide a service without people having to pay."  Advertising has been suggested as one possible way for the company to fund content without charging users.

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Nintendo introduces Wii Music instruments through daily videos

Nintendo introduces Wii Music instruments through daily videos

Nintendo has started introducing the new music instruments that will be used in Wii Music, one musical instrument at a time. The company has started a promotion called "Today's Musical instrument" where the upload a new video each day featuring an instrument to be used in the game.

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Playstation Network pre-paid cards become more available

Playstation Network pre-paid cards become more available

Starting next month it will be easier for you to purchase pre-paid Playstation Network cards. The cards, which are used to purchase games and other from the online Playstation store, will be available now at 7-Eleven, Blockbuster, and Rite-Aid stores throughout the US.

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Silver Nintendo DS Lite spotted

Silver Nintendo DS Lite spotted

It looks like the silver Nintendo DS Lite rumors may be true. A leaked Best Buy ad features the yet to be officially announced silver DS for $129.99.

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Aly and AJ to release guitar controllers

Aly and AJ to release guitar controllers

If you've got a teenage girl at home, then chances are you've been exposed, at some point, to teen rock idols Aly and AJ. The blonde sisters have their own album, have starred on television programs, and are now releasing their very own guitar controllers.

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Creative to show off new X-Fi Go! mobile sound card

Creative to show off new X-Fi Go! mobile sound card

Creative is expected to be showing off their new Creative X-Fi Go! Mobile sound card this week at IFA. The card is an update to the companies Soundblaster Play! and offers users a sound card that they can port between computers and take with them on the go.

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Nintendo talks about Wii Fit shortage

Nintendo talks about Wii Fit shortage

Since its release, stores have been having trouble keeping Wii Fit on their shelves. While many areas are still having trouble keeping actual Wii's in stock Nintendo has issued a statement (to MTV of all places) regarding the lack of Wii Fit's available in stores.

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Shark Gun controller for Wii

Shark Gun controller for Wii

Check out this shark shaped light gun for the Wii. The third party controller can be purchased for a little under $11, and can have you shooting up your enemies with a shark in no time.

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AMD to support three new DirectX 10.1 games

AMD to support three new DirectX 10.1 games

AMD has announced support for three new games. The graphics cards will be used in EA Phenomic Studio’s game Battleforge, Sega’s Stormrise, and NHN Games’ Cloud 9. All three of the games will be using DirectX 10.1. The games that are expected to use the cards and Direct 10.1 together range from strategy games, to a sci-fi title.

Computers need to be using Windows Vista in order to take full advantage of DirectX 10.1, but DirectX is compliant with AMD’s 3000 and 4800 series cards. According to the companies public statement “Only AMD graphics offer top-to-bottom DirectX 10.1 support”.

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TV Cozy protects your LCD

TV Cozy protects your LCD

When you’re done playing your video games for the day, or even just watching your television, the TV Cozy is designed to keep your television feeling loved. The cover protects your LCD or Plasma screen from dust and debris and can also add a little color to your living room.

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NVIDIA PhysX technology used in Shattered Horizon

NVIDIA PhysX technology used in Shattered Horizon

NVIDIA has announced that Futuremark games will be using NVIDIA PhysX technology for its new first-person shooter, Shattered Horizon. The game is a first-person shooter that simulates a zero-gravity environment.

Jukka Makinen, Head of Futuremark Games Studio said “Shattered Horizon has a real space setting that offers gameplay, tactics, and freedom of movement that cannot be found in any other shooter…PhysX is essential in helping our game designers create a realistic and fun zero-gravity combat experience”

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4x Quad Charge Station for Wii Controllers

4x Quad Charge Station for Wii Controllers

The 4X Quad Charge Station for Wii is designed to recharge four of your Wii remotes simultaneously. The device uses high capacity Li-Ion Polymer Rechargeable Batteries, with each battery can providing 13 hours of playtime per remote.

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