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Sony's PlayStation Move was hardly the surprise of the show, after all we've been seeing it waved around in various forms for years. Likewise the price ($99 for a bundle with an Eye Toy camera and a game) wasn't exactly a shocker. Still, the release date of September 19th is earlier than anticipate

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There are plenty of opinions to be had on 3D, and while many of the staff at Engadget could take it or leave it, this particular writer is a pretty firm fan of the concept. Notice the word \"concept.\" 3D is hard to pull off well. We've all had to come to grips with the dimming effect of most 3D tech

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The internet at large has been joking about it long enough -- \"hey, where's Keyboard Hero?\" Well, here it is, and it's pretty killer. We're on the fence on how to describe our experience with Rock Band 3's not-a-keytar, because in many ways it's reflective of your own thoughts on the rhythm genre a

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So, we got shuffled past a 3DS at a rapid pace this morning on our way out of the Nintendo keynote, but we've just had an opportunity to play some titles and really get a feel for the thing... and we're pretty impressed. Before we were only shown a technical demo, but at Nintendo's booth there are

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Just in case you missed the big announcements and news at E3 2010, we've gathered everything we know about Microsoft's latest in gaming, Kinect -- formerly known as Project Natal -- into one where you can study to your heart's content. Hit it up.

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Had enough gaming news today? Hardly. We're on-hand here at Sony's E3 keynote in Los Angeles, eager to be world's away from the smog just outside of the door. So, what's Sir Howard have in store for us? A legitimate PSP2? An unthinkably large PlayStation 3? The return of Saturn? Keep it locked righ

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That Nintendo announced the 3DS was not a surprise -- that they had a couple-dozen of these things to try out, that was. We elbowed our way to the front of the line to try one out, and the effect is actually not bad. It's not great, but the 3.5-inch screen on top certainly gives a firm illusion of

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We've been reading about it for what seems like ages, looking over images of the FCC prototype with a magnifying glass, and now Nintendo is showing it off at its E3 press conference. The company that Mario built is trumping up how superior its glasses-free technology is better than others, \"a solu

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Here we are, day 2 of E3 2010. If your existing Xbox 360 is doing just fine, and you've always been partial to things that grow in Mushroom Kingdoms, you're in the right place. The Big N is just about ready to take the stage here in LA, hopefully bringing a three-dee DS and a Wii console with -- ga

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Kinectimals didn't get your juices flowing enough yesterday? That slinky new Xbox 360 not enough to tempt you to the dark side? Maybe you want a glasses-free 3D handheld or a light-up lollypop themed controller? Today's the day your wishes will come true, with Nintendo and Sony hosting back-to-back

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It may not have a new name, but the Xbox 360 certainly has received quite a facelift on this the fifth anniversary of its unveiling. The new Xbox 360 (aka the \"Xbox 360 250GB\") makes up for its familiar name by offering a starkly refreshed and, in our eyes, significantly sexier design than its pred

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We just got a look at the new Kinect Dashboard-lite for the Xbox 360. In some ways, it's pretty charming, with fun, jazzed up icons (when you hover over them they tilt and show off depth), a simplistic layout, and some great voice controls. The downside is this all comes at the cost of a brand new,

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