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Blog MilitantGeek helps us make sense of the difference between geeks, nerds and dorks with this handy table. We've carefully assessed ourselves (and our readers) against this handy chart, and have ...

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Thanks to experience picked up at his dad's car dealership and bodyshop in Montreal, Michal Birecki knows how to handle a paint nozzle, skills that he puts to good use as he disassembles and paints ...

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The DVD celebrated its 10-year anniversary this fall, but DVD players have only just this week surpassed VHS players in number, according to a survey by Nielsen Media Research, as reported by the New ...

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It's no secret that some of us at Joystiq love Xbox Live Arcade title Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved a whole bunch -- so much so in fact that we declared Geometry Wars the Xbox 360's best launch title....

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The Wii's been available for over a day now and if you're like many Joystiq readers who managed to score one at launch, you've been playing it nonstop with nary a break for biological necessities. So...

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Though the too-short sensor bar wire annoys those of us who use projectors for gaming, and though it is ultimately larger than the "three DVD cases" size that Nintendo promised us at E3 2005, the Wii'...

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A game reviewer with the chutzpah to give the new Zelda an 8.8 score (out of 10) was crucified by legions of zealots who have never played the game but who were convinced that it deserved a much highe...

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The first-ever issue of Games for Windows: The Official Magazine (formerly Computer Gaming World) hit newsstands Friday. Weighing in at 134 pages, the magazine's new focus on games for Windows allows ...

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