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Nintendo 3DS XL Gets 90% Bigger Screens for $199

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The original Nintendo 3DS hasn't been quite as big a hit as Nintendo had hoped, so they're coming forward with a supersized version called the Nintendo 3DS XL.

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iControlPad Accessory Upgraded With Universal-ish Clamp

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Well, a slightly updated version of the iControlPad has now been revealed and while the core idea remains the same -- real gaming controls on a touchscreen smartphone -- there is one notable difference: the clamp

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Nintendo 3DS getting huge price slash to $170 next month

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There's no denying that the Nintendo 3DS is one innovative piece of gaming hardware. Glasses-free 3D for the masses? That's pretty cool. Unfortunately, at $250, it was just too expensive. Nintendo has now recognized that and they're cutting the MSRP down to a more affordable $169.99.

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iPod Touch takes 50% of portable gaming market, ‘outsells Nintendo and Sony combined’

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That little iPod Touch that hung around as an advanced MP3 player in its early days has all of a sudden become a mobile gaming powerhouse. Over 1.5 billion "games and entertainment titles" have been downloaded to the iPod Touch.

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Video: ODROID Android Gaming Handheld Demo

The Google Android platform is turning out to be quite a bit more versatile than some people had first expected it to be. We thought that Android would be for smartphones only, but we’ve already seen it implemented in netbooks too. Well, get ready for the ODROID Android gaming handheld, giving you the opportunity to play games on an HDTV ...

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Sony PSP2 in the Works After All

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We may still be basking in the glow from the E3 Expo last month, since it was there that Sony officially announced the new Sony PSPgo handheld. Well, it seems that a successor to the UMD-free sliding gaming console is already in the works and we have some of the preliminary details. When we first saw the Sony PSP Go ...

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