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Microsoft debuts Sidewinder X5 gaming mouse

Microsoft debuts Sidewinder X5 gaming mouse

Microsoft debuted the SideWinder X5 gaming mouse at the Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany today. The mouse is designed specifically with gamers in mid and is aimed to “give mainstream gamers a competitive edge.”

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Microsoft debuts SideWinder X6 gaming keyboard

Microsoft debuts SideWinder X6 gaming keyboard

Microsoft debuted the SideWinder X6 gaming keyboard today at the Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany. The keyboard and mouse are designed specifically for gaming, but also have features that will work well with everyday activities.

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Dell extends warranty on defective NVIDIA GPUs

Dell extends warranty on defective NVIDIA GPUs

For those of you who were affected by defective NVIDIA GPUs Dell is offering to extend your warranty by 12-months by way of a “limited warranty enhancement.” The warranty enhancement would allow customers who purchased a potentially defective GPU to get it fixed/replaced for an extra year past their original warranty.

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Nyco’s Cord-Free Wireless Adapter for Wii now more affordable

Nyco’s Cord-Free Wireless Adapter for Wii now more affordable

Using your Wii controller with the wires attached can be a bit cumbersome. Now Gamestop and Amazon have cut the price of the Nyko cord-free wireless adapter making it easier for you to go wire free with your Wii.With the price cut you can now go wireless for just $9.99 per controller.

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Wii Sqweeze controller for Wii

Wii Sqweeze controller for Wii

InterAction Laboratories recently did a demo of their new Wii Sqweeze for the Wii. The device was demonstrated using a bow hunting PC game, but the company expects it to be ready for the Wii in early 2009.

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PS3 Music Peripheral Compatibility Achieved

PS3 Music Peripheral Compatibility Achieved

You may only need one set of instruments to play all your favorite games on Playstation. Playstation has been working with Neversoft, Activision, Harmonix, and Konami to get some sort of basic compatibility between all of the game sets and in announcement on the Playstation blog, they say they’ve made it happen.

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Capcom will continue to make PSP games

Capcom will continue to make PSP games

Capcom is disputing rumors that it is no longer making games for the PSP. In a statement this morning the video game publisher indicated that new Camcom games for the PSP were still in the works.

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Nerivian CardReader Pro for PowerMac and MacPro desktops

Nerivian CardReader Pro for PowerMac and MacPro desktops

Nervian has announced a new CardReader specifically made for PowerMac G5/ Mac Pro desktops. The new card readers fit under the front handle of your tower and have a style to match your tower.

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Cineplex to offer Xbox on the big screen

Cineplex to offer Xbox on the big screen

Xbox gamers can now book two-hour session at Cineplex theaters during times where the theaters are not in use for movies and play their games on the big screen. Each two hour session will run $179 and up to 12 people will be allowed in each session.

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Wii Fit balance board pads keep you balanced

Wii Fit balance board pads keep you balanced

If you’re addicted to your Wii Fit, then Pebble Entertainment’s Bubble Tag for the Balance Board board pads may be for you. The stick-on pads add traction to your Wii Fit balance board to help you stay balanced while gaming.

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Pokemon DS Lite bundle details

Pokemon DS Lite bundle details

We’ve found out more details regarding the upcoming Pokemon DS Lite bundle release. The bundle will include a special edition Nintendo DS, a poster, a case, and a DVD.

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Australia gets new Xbox 360 and PS3

Australia gets new Xbox 360 and PS3

Australian gamers have two reasons to be excited this morning. Today Microsoft is releasing a new upgraded Xbox 360, and Sony has officially confirmed a release date and pricing for the 80GB PS3.

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