E3 2010

PlayStation Move Official for $49.99

PlayStation Move Official for $49.99

After all the speculation over the last few months, Sony's just announced the official release date of their motion-based accessories. Called PlayStation Move, it's Sony's gamble into the now exploding motion-controller universe, and they think they've got the best one (obviously). There's a few price points here, not just the $49.99 mentioned in the title, so jump in after the break to figure out what you'll be getting for the holiday season.

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SteelSeries Spectrum 4xb and 5xb Available Third Quarter 2010

SteelSeries Spectrum 4xb and 5xb Available Third Quarter 2010

While the big news of E3 keeps some, if not most of us busy, there's always the other companies out there who are trying to elbow their way into the spotlight. We've already shown you some wires that make us want to give up wireless, so now we'll go ahead and bring you some gaming headphones from SteelSeries that we wouldn't mind putting on our heads right now. Unfortunately, we'll have to wait a bit longer for the SteelSeries Spectrum 4xb and 5xb.

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Nintendo 3DS Official: Touch Panel, 3D Without Glasses [Update]

Nintendo 3DS Official: Touch Panel, 3D Without Glasses [Update]

It's been a rumor for a little while now, but Nintendo, at their press conference at E3 on Tuesday officially announced the Nintendo 3DS. Basically, it's 3D in your pocket. Nintendo spent the majority of their time on the 3DS, at least in the beginning, talking about how well their 3D works compared to the competition, especially considering there's no glasses needed. We're fans of that plan, for sure. And, just as we had heard rumored before, there's an option to turn the 3D on or off.

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Stop Twiddling Your Thumbs and Stand Up

Stop Twiddling Your Thumbs and Stand Up

Originally, I wanted to title this story "Why Women Hate Consoles," but I'm sure there are many women who would take exception to that complaint. I'm not married to one of those women. My wife hates console gaming. She doesn't just hate playing games on my Xbox or Playstation, she hates when I play them, too. For a while, I couldn't figure out why.

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The Daily Slash: June 14th 2010

The Daily Slash: June 14th 2010

It's been awhile, hasn't it? Yes, yes, it has. We know. There's been a few changes, some systematic alterations that had to take place over the last few weeks, but here we are. Tonight, on a Monday, smack-dab in the middle of June. Welcome to tonight's edition of The Daily Slash. We're happy you could find your way back. Tonight, in the Best of R3 Media, we've got exclusive images of the Samsung Galaxy S Pro, a run-down of where to pre-order your iPhone 4, and a new release from Pantech. In the Dredge 'Net, we've got rumors that Apple's releasing a new app for iOS, we get to see the first bionic iPad, and the newly announced Xbox 360 goes up for pre-order.

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Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim Official: 250GB HDD, 802.11n WiFi

Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim Official: 250GB HDD, 802.11n WiFi

And the hits just keep on coming. Of course, just on the heels of announcing when the Kinect would go on sale, Microsoft have officially announced that a new, smaller, and shinier version of their Xbox 360 is going on sale, too. But, the difference here is that the new console is going on sale very, very soon. In fact, it has already started shipping.

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Microsoft Kinect Available November 4th

Microsoft Kinect Available November 4th

With all those rumors floating around, it's good to finally get them to rest. On Monday, Microsoft officially announced that the motion-based controller, formerly known as Project Natal, and now known as Kinect, would be available in North America beginning on November 4th. So, not exactly that October launch date we had heard rumored about initially, but it's close enough. Plus, it's closer to Christmas, which is also a good thing.

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Microsoft Xbox 360 and ESPN Team-Up, Exclusively

Microsoft Xbox 360 and ESPN Team-Up, Exclusively

As the Xbox LIVE network increases in customer support, Microsoft's constant battle is to figure out new ways to make things interesting, worthwhile, and probably most important: withstanding. As they draw in new customers, they need to keep the features coming, making sure that they all want to stick around. On Monday, at the first day of official press coverage of E3 2010, Microsoft displayed a lot of different things. One of the most noteworthy? ESPN and Microsoft have made an exclusive agreement to bring all the goodness of ESPN3 to Xbox LIVE subscribers.

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Microsoft Kinect detailed; new Xbox 360 Slim leaks on video

Microsoft Kinect detailed; new Xbox 360 Slim leaks on video

So, Project Natal has become Microsoft Kinect, and the company has spilt the beans on their new motion gaming system for Xbox 360.  The Kinect hardware looks little changed from what we've seen in promo shots up until now, though with a change of color from white to black, but we now have more idea of what sort of games will be offered.  Meanwhile an Italian advert has apparently scooped Microsoft to showing off their new Xbox 360 Slim design.

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Microsoft Xbox Kinect Official Name for Project Natal

Microsoft Xbox Kinect Official Name for Project Natal

While people may have gotten accustomed to the project name for Microsoft's upcoming motion-based peripheral gaming unit, Microsoft made sure today, just a day before the start of E3, that everyone knew it certainly was just a project. Formerly known as Project Natal, the next best thing from Redmond is just hours away from getting another global showcase. This time, though, you'll see a whole new title.

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Why E3 won’t be as exciting as you think

Why E3 won’t be as exciting as you think

With E3 2010 just a few days away, it's now time to consider what Sony, Nintendo, Microsoft, and all the major developers will be delivering. The show is the biggest gaming confab of the year, and it stands to reason that all the secrets that developers and hardware companies have been keeping over the past year (or more) will be unveiled. That's certainly the case in the past. E3 has been home to console announcements, additions to major franchises, and much, much more.

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