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NVIDIA Project SHIELD demoes Arma Tactics

NVIDIA Project SHIELD demoes Arma Tactics

It's time to jump back in the big pile of mobile smart gaming device excellence with NVIDIA's own Project SHIELD handheld monster. This little beast works with the NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor and will be able to both play Android games natively and stream higher-powered games from the NVIDIA GeForce GPU-powered PC you've got in your home. Here we're seeing this little beast play an enhanced version of Arma Tactics.

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Dishonored DLC Knife of Dunwall flips the tables: now you’ve done it

Dishonored DLC Knife of Dunwall flips the tables: now you’ve done it

In the trailer you're about to see for the next bit of storyline for the Dishonored video game legacy, you'll find yourself not in the shoes of the protagonist. Instead you'll be the assassin who actually did murder the Empress - and though you feel the guilt of doing so weighing on your mind, you've still got a job to do. Of course you're still "Dishonored", so to speak, but you're under a cloak - and you've got one massive amount of shadowy skills to bash your way forth with.

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OUYA production goes full steam: shipping has begun!

OUYA production goes full steam: shipping has begun!

As the OUYA Android gaming console hits the first tier partners and Kickstarter funders, the team behind production has made it clear that starting next week, they'll be building and shipping market-ready units 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With the standard OUYA unit, you'll be seeing a grey console and grey controller the manufacturing process will hit full steam, while Kickstarter exclusive units and units with more than one controller will be produced soon after standard production is up and running.

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GTA Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories heads to PSN next week

GTA Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories heads to PSN next week

Rockstar will be releasing Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories to the PlayStation Network next week. The games will be available for $9.99/9.99 euros/7.99 pounds a piece. These games are the prequels to their PlayStation 2 counterparts, and they bring in a variety of new features introduced in later installments of the franchise, including motorcycles, more in-door environments, clothing options, and more.

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PlayStation 4 demand will reportedly outpace supplies at launch

PlayStation 4 demand will reportedly outpace supplies at launch

There is speculation going around that the demand for the PlayStation 4 will outpace the available supply for the console system at launch. Gamestop stated that around 900,000 of its members have signed up for its "PlayStation 4 First To Know List". While it's more of a pre-registration than it is pre-orders, Gamestop says that its lists are usually a "strong indicator" for the number of people planning on pre-ordering the device.

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RetroN 5 revives classic video game cartridges

RetroN 5 revives classic video game cartridges

Hyperkin's upcoming RetroN 5 gaming system will allow you to dust off those old, video game cartridges you have lying around and play them once again. The RetroN 5 improves upon the old RetroN 3 by adding support for more, old gaming consoles. Like the RetroN 3, you will be able to play game cartridges made for the original Nintendo, Super Nintendo, and Sega Genesis, but unlike the RetroN 3, you can also play games made for the Famicom, Super Famicom, Sega Mega Drive, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color, and original Game Boy.

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Ouya online multiplayer to launch by end of the year

Ouya online multiplayer to launch by end of the year

Julie Uhrman, the founder and CEO of Ouya, states that the gaming console will not support online multiplayer when it launches. She hopes that the the developers will be able to get the feature up and running by the end of the year. But fear not, local multiplayer will still be supported, so you'll be able to play side-by-side with your friends (presumably up to 3 of them). Uhrman hopes to bring back the era of "back-couch" game play.

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