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    E3 2011 Recap the Hits and Misses – Sony Vita, Wii U, and More

    E3 2011 is done and over with, but the fun of speculating about the big reveals of the event and analyzing fine details of systems and games that won’t see the light of day for months, if not years, is just beginning! The Los Angeles Convention Center bore witness to some mostly anticipated announcements and […]

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    EA Sports Active 2 for Wii Review

    As I write this review my muscles ach intensely, simple task such as preparing my morning bowl of cereal have become much harder and require more focus then usual. This isn’t because I was beat up or because I did intense lifting at the gym. It’s because I decided to play EA Sports Active 2 […]

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    The Ultimate Girl Gamers Video Game Guide for the Holidays

    With so many consoles and new accessories out, it’s hard to discern which games might suit your tastes. Do you prefer the riggers of exercising when it comes to the Wii, PS3 or XBox? Do you yearn for classic arcade style games or the ever popular music rhythm games? Don’t forget there is always the […]

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    LevelUp Wii Storage Ottoman Keeps Your Gaming Gear Neat & Tidy

    Are you looking for a great place to store and conceal all of your Wii accessories and games? If so, it doesn’t get much better than these Wii Storage Ottomans from LevelUp. For starters, there is the Black Versus Storage Ottoman made of plush microfiber and wood, which can hold up-to 32 games (or DVDs) […]

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    Hands on With Disney’s Epic Mickey for Wii

    One of the big highlights from New York’s Comic-Con this weekend has to be our demo of  Epic Mickey for Wii. Disney’s Epic Mickey has the potential to be the hottest game this holiday season. It features Mickey in a much darker setting then we’re used to seeing him. He’s stuck in ‘Wasteland’, a world […]

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    No Wii – No Problem, Arctic Gym is a Wii Fit Alternative

    The ARCTIC GYM is meant for those without consoles but still want to workout at home utilizing interactive peripherals. The Arctic Gym includes an interactive exercise mat that allows players to have fun while keeping fit, losing weight and burning calories at the same time. It is a video game system that detects your movements, […]

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    How to Play Hulu on the iPhone / iPad for Free

    TVersity is a free app for Windows and Linux that lets you stream movies, photos and audio files to game consoles. Now with the TVersity Media Server 1.9 update, the pro version of the app will let you stream Hulu to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. The way it works is that it’s able […]

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    Netflix for Wii Review

      We all my be ensconced with the latest Wii hit Super Mario Galaxy 2. But honestly, before that game came out – the Wii was getting kind of stale and I had grown bored of the same old games that seem to be coming out for this console. Fortunately, Netflix must have sensed my […]

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    First Look at LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 for XBOX 360

    Upon entering the LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 video game launch party, I was promptly stopped at the front door to be sorted by the infamous Harry Potter sorting hat. Once the hat sorted me into Ravenclaw (hey, at least it wasn’t Hufflepuff!) I entered the party to see wizards walking around in full length […]

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    Soft-Football for the Wii is Perfect for Throwing Touchdowns

    Last year CrunchGear reported on Nintendo submitting a patent for a Wii football accessory – well it seems that CTA Digital beat them to the punch and has a new product that looks very similar to the sketches submitted. The Soft-Football for the Wii allows you to play Wii games like Madden, Backyard Football, and […]

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    Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 3 for Wii Review

    Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 3 for the Nintendo Wii, is a unique addition to the DDR series that brings alternative forms of play as well as 30 different song titles. While at first DDR may seem intimidating to new comers, Hottest Party 3 allows for players of all skill levels to have fun while […]

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    Exclusive of Ball-IT in Action as it Tries to Blow Wii Away

    Probably THE coolest development in video games EVER, Ball-IT will revolutionize gaming. Based out of Finland, Ball-IT requires no hand held controller. You don’t even need a specific gaming system. All you need is the fun, bouncy ball the size of a golf ball. Using wireless sensor technology, the ball senses your movement and controls […]

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    Boom Blox Bash Party Review

    Boom Blox Bash Party speaks to my inner child. The child that cackles with glee knocking things over, the one that walks past a beautifully stacked grocery store display and can hardly resist rolling my shopping cart right through it and being buried in a glorious avalanche of downy soft paper towels.

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    12 Year Old Girl Gets Skin Sores from Playing Too Much Playstation

    Gaming is hazardous to your health it seems – no, this is not another complaint from Jack Thompson, this time it’s comes from the British Journal of Dermatology. ‘Playstation Palmar hidradenitis’ is a new disease dubbed by researchers after a 12 year old girl came into a Swiss hospital complaining about painful sores in the […]

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    Celebrity Sports Showdown for Wii Review

    EA’s Celebrity Sports Showdown for Wii is a random combination of celebrities and obscure sports that delivers pure entertainment.  With 10 different characters and 12 outdoor sports to choose from, this is a game that has lasting appeal. Each player can choose a singer like Fergie, Avril Lavigne, LeAnn Rimes, Keith Urban and Nelly Furtado […]

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    EA Line-up of Games for Wii just in Time for the Holidays

    If you crave – like I do, some really good Wii games, then you are in luck because thankfully EA is releasing a slew of Wii titles that will let us unlock the magic of that little white box again. Not only will they be fun but priced right as well, for economy worried consumers. […]

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    Rock Band 2 for Xbox 360 Review

    So last year around this time we had the chance of a lifetime to review Rock Band. When we completed the review all we could say was WOW! It had everything you would want and more from a rhythm game. It opened up the genre to something new and exciting and took it places that […]

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    Internet and Video Game Obsessed Couple Let Kids Starve

    I’m just as obsessed as the next gamer when it comes to playing games on any platform, whether it be the PC, X-box 360 or Wii. These days you probably couldn’t pry away the guitar controller from Guitar Hero 2 out of my cold dead hands. Literally – I believe my wrists have gone numb […]