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Nintendo patents innovative Wii U TV and video game remote feature

Nintendo patents innovative Wii U TV and video game remote feature

Nintendo is soon coming out with its latest video game console, the Wii U, and a recent patent reveals that the company has big plans for it. The patent covers a way for the regular Wiimote controller to “grab” something from the TV and drag it into the new Wii U tablet controller. read more…

Apple TV Hacked, Can Now Play HTML 5 Games

Apple has been looking to find their way into the home theater of may for quite some time now with their Apple TV product. Their most recent Apple TV release has been quite ambitious due to the missing hard drive and its ability to stream pretty much everything you can think of. read more…

Redbox Begins Renting Videogames for $2 Per Night

There are many different ways to rent movies, TV shows and video games. Big name companies that may come to mind include Netflix, iTunes and GameFly which allow you to rent content without every leaving your couch. read more…

Are console games dying? Angry Birds head developer thinks so.

Some of you might not know it, but SXSW is going down right now, and Peter Vesterbacka, head developer of Rovio, had something to say. In case you don’t know, Rovio has created the hugely successful Angry Birds, a game that has been growing in its following. read more…

I have seen the future of video game graphics, and it is beautiful

I believe that this is the Crytek CryEngine 3, and I’m guessing it was on display at GDC (Game Developer’s Conference) 2011. I say guessing, because it would be the perfect place to spotlight it. read more…

YouTube to stream NBA games?

If you’re an NBA fan, you’ve most likely heard of the NBA.com streaming plan, called “League Pass”, where you can stream every NBA game of the season for $100. Sure, that’s a lot of money, but you’re getting something like 40 games per week to watch. read more…

Sharkoon X-tatic SX Headset for gamers

It has been a while since we covered anything from Sharkoon, and they have just launched some gaming headphones known as the X-tatic SX.

They remind me of the Psyko 5.1 PC Gaming headset that I review a few weeks ago. read more…

OnLives video game program goes out of beta soon, for $10 a month

Some of you might remember when we covered OnLive and how they want to stream video games.

It goes out of beta on the January 15th, 2011, which will give “subscribers access to a back catalog of forty retired and indie titles” for about $9. read more…

The N64 PC: When Game Console And Computer Become One

Isn’t it pretty frustrating when you’re an old school gamer who enjoys playing classic titles and suddenly your “obsolete” console dies on you? At this point, you’d be facing options like trying to find a repair shop, throwing it in the trash or attempting the likely futile task of actually replacing it. read more…

Blockbuster Moves Into Games By Mail

Blockbuster is looking to take a piece out of Netflix’s hide–not to mention Gamefly and Redbox’s–by offering games through their DVD By Mail rental service.

This is a move I’ve been saying they need to undertake since last January, proving that someone somewhere pays attention when I talk, even if it does take a little time. read more…

Upcoming Fable III Game Gets A Special Edition Controller In Gold With Colorful Buttons

With the upcoming, second sequel for the Fable series on the way, Microsoft decided to continue its grand tradition of releasing a special edition controller to accompany the actual title itself on the X-Box 360. read more…

NFL To Broadcast All Preseason Games in 3D

As we just told you, Samsung has recently announced that they have managed to sell 500,000 3DTVs since they introduced the new displays back in March. Thanks to the heat that this announcement as given the 3DTV community as a whole, more and more content providers are signing up to launch their own 3D programs. read more…

CP Design Develops The iPhone Game Pad For Hand-Held Console Gaming

Among their many possible functions, smartphones can provide playable games as pre-installed or downloadable applications. But now CP Design takes this a big step further with the development of the iPhone Game Pad. read more…

A New Wii Game That You Play, Using Only Your Face

Wow, you have to give those people at Nintendo credit for maintaining their creativity and ability to develop new ideas. The company recently created a Wii game called Kao Glider (also known as Face Glider) that actually utilizes your face for game-play. read more…

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