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Counter-Strike Portable coming to Android in unofficial build

Counter-Strike Portable coming to Android in unofficial build

One of the most popular an addicting first person shooter games of all time has been re-built from the ground up to bring you all the classic action on your Android device. What you're going to get is a version of the game that's been made by fans wishing to continue the legacy of the original which itself was originally a fan-made modification of the game Half-Life. True to form this version of the game will have a team of counter-terrorists facing off against a team of terrorists with the objective to either plant and detonate a bomb or defuse a bomb before the other team annihilates you entirely - welcome to the future, CS!

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Xbox 720 set for two versions, 2013 release, E3 reveal

Xbox 720 set for two versions, 2013 release, E3 reveal

Microsoft France has revealed that there are no plans to release a brand new Xbox inside 2012, saying that they're not "convinced" that the device we've been calling the Xbox 720 will be happening this year. This information comes from the marketing director for Microsoft in France Cedrick Delmas interviewing with Lepoint and brought to us by Eurogamer. Delmas notes that the proof of this notion comes in the lack of a price drop in the Xbox 360 thus far, he then noting that the life cycle for the Xbox 360 is far from over.

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Nintendo struggles made hilarious with Chinese 3D animation

Nintendo struggles made hilarious with Chinese 3D animation

If there's one thing the Chinese news service NMA is good at, it's presenting these ultra-strange 3D animation videos made to help people visualize the situations groups like Nintendo have gotten themselves into. Today's animation takes Nintendo's earnings presented last week and skewers them on several levels, showing Mario being smashed by an original GameBoy while a happy-go-lucky teen plays Angry Birds on his iPhone. Nintendo also faces off against Sony and Microsoft only to get beaten down by the consoles they each have held high above their heads.

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Steam mobile may capture a whole new audience for both ecosystems

Steam mobile may capture a whole new audience for both ecosystems

If you've ever used Steam to purchase games, converse with your friends, or get information and news on the developers you love, you know that it lends itself to a mobile environment without even asking about it. Thats why now that Steam is moving into the mobile environment with both iOS and Android, it seems as though both mobile and gaming are in for a mash-up that's destined for winning glory. What we've got here is a trusted environment for gamers, one that hordes of gamers trust, inserted into the smartphone and tablet world where it can thrive on a whole new level.

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Rage HD 2.0 update gives iOS a new ultra-cheap hero game

Rage HD 2.0 update gives iOS a new ultra-cheap hero game

There's an update to one of the most awesome high definition games ever to grace the iOS platform in Id Software's Rage HD 2.0. This upgrade tosses the original 2010 game in the dust with such excellent features as HDMI output (via the same converter cable you use to get Netflix on your HDTV) and higher-resolution models across the board. What's best is that this game not only costs you less than a sandwich at your local sub shop, it'll work on most any iOS device you've got!

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Xbox 360 controller Hot Pocket Dispenser revealed

Xbox 360 controller Hot Pocket Dispenser revealed

A true inventor of great objects can be found in Ben Heck, a man whose modding career spans a bit over a decade and whose latest masterpiece is an Xbox 360 controller-mounted Hot Pocket dispenser. As I'm sure you'll agree, the top comment on the how-to video for this object rings very, very true: "Wow, Laziness has sank to a new low." But heed this: so much work went into this piece of brilliance that there's no way on earth anyone could call this man lazy once they see him in action.

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Grand Theft Auto III released for Transformer Prime

Grand Theft Auto III released for Transformer Prime

While it may have seemed as though you were playing Grand Theft Auto III on your Transformer Prime before, it's only today that the update made specifically optimized for the Transformer Prime and the Tegra 3 chipset officially breaks. In this update you'll find yourself in a whole new world of smooth crashing into walls and cars and shooting of your opponents and friends alike in the most classic go-anywhere and do-anything game ever made. This update is made to work on whatever display you so choose to play it on complete with video display settings which you can set to whatever you wish them to be.

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World’s largest gamepad playable at Guinness Gamers Edition 2012 event

World’s largest gamepad playable at Guinness Gamers Edition 2012 event

One big event deserves a big object to go along with it, that's what the Guinness Book of World Records always says, and in no way is that not happening this month at the Gamer's Edition 2012 release in London with the world's largest game controller. This game controller takes on the form of the original Nintendo Entertainment System's classic rectangle with A and B buttons, start, select, and directional pad. This look like the controller you want to help you bust up Koopa and the Double Dragon terrorists?

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Alienware 2012 lineup tipped, M17X R4, M14X R2, and M18X R2

Alienware 2012 lineup tipped, M17X R4, M14X R2, and M18X R2

This year's lineup for the gaming side of Dell's computing body has been revealed with three new Alienware laptop monsters, M17X R4, M14X R2, and M18X R2. The R2 units will both have the option for a black or RED exterior, while the R4 appears to only have the classic black coat with three options for fabulous GPUs on the innards. The source we're getting this from is software engineer Eric G, a fellow who has certainly had reliable tipster information in the past on just such products as these.

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Xbox 720 tipped for fall 2013 with AMD 6000 series GPU

Xbox 720 tipped for fall 2013 with AMD 6000 series GPU

The next generation Microsoft Xbox 720 has been tipped to be shipping in late October or early November complete with six times the power in an AMD 6000 series GPU under the hood. There've been reports from several sources saying the same set of details, the most recent confirmation coming from IGN's source close to the project. Specifically it appears that the Xbox 720 will be using the AMD Radeon HD 6670 working with support for DirectX11, 3D and 1080p HD output, and multidisplay output.

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