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Hands Omni haptic glove uses air to let you feel virtual objects

Hands Omni haptic glove uses air to let you feel virtual objects

Gamers are always on the lookout for accessories to make gaming more realistic and enjoyable. A group of engineering students from Rice University has created a haptic glove that allows gamers to feel objects they see in the virtual world. The glove is called the Hands Omni and is being sponsored by a company called Virtuix and may become a retail product.

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Valve enables paid mods in Skyrim workshop

Valve enables paid mods in Skyrim workshop

Gamers who love Skyrim aren't happy at all with Valve right now and many of these unhappy gamers are the ones who have ill feelings about Steam to begin with. Steam has happily announced that it has support in place to allow paid mods on the Skyrim Workshop. Before this pay wall went into place, mods were a thing freely shared between maker and gamer.

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GameStop to become a retro gaming destination

GameStop to become a retro gaming destination

Gamestop isn't just accepting the old consoles for trade-ins, the company aims to be a new destination for retro gamers everywhere. Unfortunately, you won't be able to find priceless, old E.T. game cartridges in stores because GameStop will be selling its retro games through an online shop after each game goes through its Texas-based refurbishment center.

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Activision teases new incarnation of Guitar Hero for PS4 and Xbox One

Activision teases new incarnation of Guitar Hero for PS4 and Xbox One

Activision just released this teaser trailer for one of their soon-to-be-released games. The teaser is purposefully mysterious as it doesn't specify a game title, but after watching it we're leaning towards a new game from the Guitar Hero franchise. It's been almost five years since the last Guitar Hero game came out. The last title released was Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, and it sold only a disappointing 86,000 units in its first week. Is five years too long of a lapse for the game to win back its former cult status?

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Reissue of Intellivision and Colecovision consoles aim for retro gamers

Reissue of Intellivision and Colecovision consoles aim for retro gamers

Back in the 80s, there were a few video game systems on the market that kids around the country wanted to have in their homes. The most popular of those was the Atari and the Nintendo. There were some lesser-known game consoles that were popular and Funstock.co.uk has announced that it is bringing a couple of those old school game consoles back to the masses.

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Minecraft update reduces security risks on PCs

Minecraft update reduces security risks on PCs

Minecraft is a very popular video game that lets players build just about anything they can dream up using blocks of all sorts of materials. What players can build in the game is only limited by their imagination and patience placing blocks. One of the drawbacks of Minecraft in the past was a potential to leave PCs with security vulnerabilities.

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Elite: Dangerous coming to Xbox One and Oculus Rift this summer

Elite: Dangerous coming to Xbox One and Oculus Rift this summer

One of the best things in gaming, is seeing a successful Kickstarter game hit the market. It's been a long wait, but Elite: Dangerous is finally hitting Xbox One this summer. Elite: Dangerous is part space adventure, part resource management, and part combat simulation (my favorite!). After a down to the wire Kickstarter campaign two years ago, Frontier Developments secured over £1.5 million from crowdsourcing. It's been two and a half years since then, but we're looking forward to enjoying the fruits of their labor.

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Sony PS4 sells more than 20.2 million units

Sony PS4 sells more than 20.2 million units

The latest battle of the console wars was Microsoft's Xbox One pitted against Sony's Playstation 4. The results are in from Sony, and it looks like they have come out of the battle ahead in the game. Today Sony reported that is has sold more than 20.2 million Playstation 4's. This makes it the "fastest and strongest growth" game system in Playstation's twenty-one year history, according to Sony. Microsoft has yet to report their sales figures for 2015. Even at the end of last year the Xbox One's sales were close, but they were still lagging behind Sony's Playstation 4.

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Mad Catz unveils two game controllers S.U.R.F.R and L.Y.N.X.3 for mobile

Mad Catz unveils two game controllers S.U.R.F.R and L.Y.N.X.3 for mobile

As we reported last week, Mad Catz has officially announces the S.U.R.F.R and the L.Y.N.X.3 gaming controllers that work with your smartphones. If you're a smartphone gamer or just looking for a companion controller to streamline your multimedia at home you'll want to check out their latest offering.

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The Evil Within DLC pack drops in March

The Evil Within DLC pack drops in March

Bethesda's horror game The Evil Within will be receiving its first DLC next month, and it is dubbed "The Assignment". Bethesda Softworks released the DLC's trailer on Wednesday, and during it we get a look at Juli Kidman, partner to Sebastian. Those who have played the game and found her mysteries to be enticing should be excited, then, because Bethesda and Tango have decided to give gamers exactly what they want: answers. Gamers will be playing as Kidman, and they'll need to be extra stealthy.

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Lost Sonic X-Treme game is playable after 20 years

Lost Sonic X-Treme game is playable after 20 years

Nothing goes better with 1990's video game nostalgia than Sega's Sonic the Hedgehog. Some die-hard fans have found a Sonic game that has been lost to the world for the past twenty years. They found a way to play Sonic X-Treme, a game abandoned by Sega that was never released on any platform to the videogame market.

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InstaDoom is Doom with Instagram filters

InstaDoom is Doom with Instagram filters

If you are a gamer who has been playing on the PC for a while, you may remember just how Awesome the original Doom was when it came out way back in the early 90s. For the time, the graphics were great even if they look terrible by today's standards. Some geeks have got together and made up a new version of Doom called InstaDoom.

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