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Ouya Android Game Console to Get Yearly Hardware Updates

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Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman has announced the Ouya will receive yearly hardware updates, as a break from the traditional console lifecycle of about 5+ years.

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Ouya Coming to Target, Best Buy and Gamestop in June

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The Ouya is nearly here for those waiting for regular retail availability. The Ouya will arrive both online and through select in-store retailers.

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Razer Fiona: A Tablet Built For Gamers, By Gamers

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PC Gamers, listen up! Razor has announced the Fiona, a tablet built just for you with input received by fellow gamers. The Fiona is a hybrid tablet made for PC gaming, running on the power of Windows 8.

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SHADOWGUN: DeadZone Game Review

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DeadZone puts players into the same universe that Madfinger created with the first Shadowgun game, but this time around, the new game is solely based on multiplayer. The third person tactics used against Shadowgun AI may be useful in singleplayer, but how much does the multiplayer aspect change the game mechanics? And what have Madfinger done to keep the game compelling and enjoyable in a multiplayer environment?

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Duo Pinball Brings Classic Pinball Controllers to the iPad

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The Duo Pinball is an app-supported controller that is all about giving you the best pinball experience possible.

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App Review: Cytus for iOS

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Years ago I used to play a game called Osu; a very popular music game where the player clicked bubbles to the music as directed by the game. Cytus, is very much like Osu in that it has much of the same music genres and an almost identical gameplay. Cytus also sports a very simplistic design and a wonderful soundtrack, which is what got me interested.

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NEOGEO X GOLD Portable Gamer Includes TV Dock and Arcade Stick

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Yes, you can play select SNK and NEO GEO titles through the Wii's Virtual Console or Xbox Live Arcade, but this is the real deal. Here is the NEOGEO X GOLD, a complete solution for both mobile and home-based gaming.

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With Kickstarter behind it, what next for the Ouya?

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The massively successful Kickstarter campaign for the Ouya is over, and man what a hit this little box has been so far. After thirty days, the Android-powered gaming console managed to get over 60,000 backers and a total pledged amount of $8,596,475.

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Game Changer? Power-A Bringing Out MOGA Controller System for Android Devices

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There have been dozens of controller accessories that add gamepad functionality to Android and iOS, but honestly, none of these have done much more than become simple novelties. Some of the more arcade style controllers have done okay, but again, none have become 'must have' accessories. Now, comes yet another accessory called Power A's Moga.

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Angry Birds Space Is Tougher Than Ever

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The newest addition to the Angry Bird series, Angry Birds Space, continues the addictive gameplay that will drive you to want to complete all stages perfectly, but this time around it seems that many of the stages are actually much harder than what we've seen in the past.

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ESRB Ratings Going Mobile

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The CTIA Wireless Trade Association issued a statement today that they are entering into a partnership with the ESRB to start rating mobile applications.

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Quest.li: the social mobile gaming platform for smarties

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Quest.li is “a gaming platform for smart people and smart games." The people behind this platform believe that there are more fun ways of enjoying games than just controlling virtual objects on your phone or tablet. Quest.li added that their platform is all about self-realization. Whenever you play a game and you win, it is not because of just merely clicking buttons faster than any creature on the planet but because you are actually smart.

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Shocker: ‘Average Gamer’ Is 37 Year Old Dude With Family

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Many people assume that the typical gamer is a socially awkward, pimply guy in his early 20s who wears the same stained sweatpants everyday and eats a box of Pop-Tarts for dinner. The gamer stereotype sits in his mom’s basement, feverishly playing World of Warcraft or Grand Theft Auto while cringing from any human contact. He refuses to leave his dungeon of doom except to use the bathroom or buy more videogames. Sounds like the gamers you see on tv, right?

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Are Grandroids More than Just Virtual Pets?

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Do you remember Tamagotchi? Those little keychain things that acted as virtual pets, forcing you to feed them and play with them, otherwise they'd die return to their home planet? Well, Grandroids are kind of similar, but not really.

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KFA2 Nvidia GeForce GTX460 graphics card is the world’s first wireless GPU

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The KFA2 GeForce GTX460 graphics card is the first desktop GPU that has taken things wireless. This multi-antenna'd beast can transmit HD video over thin air with WHDI, effectively creating a new bread of media centers for your home entertainment setup, or one crazy ass gaming system. Five antennas extend out the rear of the PCI Express card that will transmit 1080p 60Hz video over a 40MHz channel in the 5GHz unlicensed band.

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