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Presenting Hawken: free multiplayer mech combat in beta mode

Presenting Hawken: free multiplayer mech combat in beta mode

It's time to jump in on one of the most impressive mech-based first person shooters to have come along for quite a while - Hawken - released for Beta gameplay for the masses this week. This game is developed by Adhesive Games and published by Meteor Entertainment, designed by Khang Le, Christopher Lalli, and John Park, and based in the Unreal Engine 3 universe. In a nutshell it's a battle game where you're in a giant one-person machine that blows up other machines for fun - simple concept, fabulous execution.

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QNAP TS-669 Pro TurboNAS Review

QNAP TS-669 Pro TurboNAS Review

Cloud storage may be the big buzzword of the moment, but what if you'd rather have your storage where you can see it? QNAP has one solution, in the shape of the TS-669 Pro TurboNAS: six-drives-worth of network-attached storage with streaming, remote access and data-redundancy on tap. Everything, in fact, the company thinks a home or small office might require. Is it worth the $1,199.99 sticker price, however? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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SlashGear Father’s Day 2012 Guide to Gadget Gifts!

SlashGear Father’s Day 2012 Guide to Gadget Gifts!

Father's Day is upon us, and here at SlashGear we've got more than just a couple of suggestions for what you should think about picking up as a present for your dear old dad on that special day! We've got everything from the least expensive gadgets we've ever reviewed to some of the most high-powered gear your father could ask for. Have a deep dive into a collection of the coolest products we've come across that are out on the market today, perfect for dad!

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Star Wars 1313 is LucasArts next big visual powerhouse

Star Wars 1313 is LucasArts next big visual powerhouse

This time around, it's personal, Star Wars fans - with no less than input from LucasArts, Industrial Light & Magic, Lucasfilm Animation Ltd., and Skywalker Sound, "1313" is set to be a video game of epic preportions. This game is set to be revealed next week in earnest at E3 while today LucasArts lets us know that it's about to go big. Star Wars 1313 will bring you in to a third person cinematic action adventure like you've never experienced before, complete with bounty hunters, the Coruscant underworld, and next-level media from all directions.

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Paramount panics pushing G.I. Joe: Retaliation to 2013

Paramount panics pushing G.I. Joe: Retaliation to 2013

Motion picture studio Paramount Pictures has lost their nerve in the face of the success that The Avengers is had in theaters. With Battleship debuting in the number two spot behind The Avengers, which is still rolling strong at the box office, Paramount has decided to take one of the films that many geeks are looking forward to this summer and delay it until 2013. What a bunch of weenuses.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: May 21, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: May 21, 2012

This morning we're in a wake again, heading off the cooled tips of the splasher that was last week's IPO - don't let that fool you though, we've got fabulous new news galore along with a pack of features already early today that'll have you spitting out your morning milk. Have a look first at our review of the mobile Battleship - and if I don't say it enough in the review itself, here it is again: don't go in without popcorn and a big cup of soda pop. Then check out Nokia's newest teardown of the 41 megapixel 808 PureView. And don't forget our look at Leap Motion - cheaper than Kinect and much more accurate, too.

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NVIDIA brings Industrial Light and Magic in to show off Kepler

NVIDIA brings Industrial Light and Magic in to show off Kepler

At the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) this week NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang spoke on the innovations they'd been pushing with their next-level Kepler GPU architecture, in their last show of power bringing in the big guns from the film industry with ILM. The folks at Industrial Light & Magic are responsible for some of the greatest film triumphs in our modern movie world, and the guest NVIDIA had on stage this week, Visual Effects Supervisor Grady Cofer, has worked on such hits as Star Trek, Pirates of the Caribbean, and the Avengers.

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Sony Tablet P Review

Sony Tablet P Review

In a tablet market that's flooded with similar offerings comes Sony and their Tablet P. With a unique clamshell design they can call their own that we've never seen from an Android this is truly a one-of-a-kind tablet. Is it worth the money or just an interesting wannabe Nintendo DS? We first heard about it back last year but now that it's available from AT&T lets dive into the full SlashGear review and see what we think.

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Sony Pictures signs deal for Twisted Metal movie

Sony Pictures signs deal for Twisted Metal movie

The game franchise that is easily known more for its explosions, mayhem, and radical vehicular combat than it is its masterful storytelling will be turned into a motion picture. This news comes just a matter of days after a long-awaited sequel in the PlayStation series was released for the PS3. At the helm of the movie project is Brian Taylor.

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