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Gunnar Optiks is offering glasses that don't just make it easier to look at screens, they're clearly labeled with what you'll be looking at. Just as it did with Black Ops and Modern Warfare 2, Gunnar is producing a version of its "Advanced Gaming Eyewear" bearing the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare ...

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August 24, 2011 at 1:30AM
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Our biggest beef with slapping on a pair of glasses for some hot 3D gaming action isn't how silly we might look (the headset we wear at all times keeps us feeling sufficiently silly, thank you very much), but that the glasses simply don't match our $300 Diesel jeans. Lucky for us, then, that stylis...

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If you're a resident of the United States, Canada, or New Zealand, kindly whack yourself on the head as a show of solidarity for other players who don't qualify for the World of Warcraft Five Year Anniversary Sweepstakes. If you are a resident of the aforementioned countries or are some Asian or Eu...

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Ars Technica recently decided to try out a set of Gunnar Optiks, glasses which are designed to improve your gaming performance. You may recall we found another use for them during PAX 2009. The Gunnar website espouses scads of advantageous features, including scientifically miraculous coatings, tin...

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