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  1. Gateway 3DS Review

    Gateway 3DS Review

    Initially, I had my share of doubts about this flash cart. I had always wanted a better way to make 3DS games more accessible, and having been attached to the DS scene for so long, I figured it was inevitable that something would come up. Sure enough, June rolls around and Gateway 3DS is announced. I wanted to see it succeed, truly, but I was skeptical because of the Crown 3DS incident. As time went by, delays were announced, and my eagerness sank further. Soon ...
  2. Club Nintendo North America Gets Golden Nunchuk for 900 coins

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    When Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword was released, the limited edition was packaged with a gold Wii Remote. Emblazoned with the Hyrulean crest, it was actually a great looking remote in my opinion. The problem was, to play the game it was packaged with, you need to use a nunchuk attachment. Neither of the standard white or black looked like it really paired with the remote and fans all over the internet were left trying to spray paint their remotes gold ...
  3. Newest WiiU tablet shows raised thumbsticks

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    Apparently pulled off of twitter from a QA tester, we have a picture of the WiiU tablet controller that is different from the images we've all seen from Nintendo. Since the last time Nintendo gave us a look at their subject to change prototype, the WiiU controller still looks very much alike with several changes. The + and - buttons have been moved from below the screen to under the ABXY keys, and more noticeably, the thumbsticks on the device changed from ...
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  4. Logitech F710 Gamepad Review

    Hello everyone, this is my first review EVER so feel free to criticize it.

    Got a Logitech F710 for only $24.99 new from Amazon (I checked the price now and it's back up to $44.99, I must've gotten a fluke order). It says on the packaging that it works for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. It does work with Mac OSX, but you need to use a 3rd party application like GamePad Companion to map the controls onto the keyboard. It comes with a small CD (like the ones that came with the ...

    Updated 12-08-2011 at 05:46 PM by emugirl1994 (Added more photos)

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  5. DealExtreme's MC Saite "Gaming" Mouse Working Well

    Having used regular mice for pretty much the entire time I've been playing computer games, you can imagine the kind of look I give people when they say they're going out to buy a gaming mouse for $100+ dollars. I've been playing fine with an HP mouse for some time now, and prior to that I had a stock Microsoft mouse. The furthest I've ever gone is the stock Logitech mouse. I'm not the type to whine about the gear I use when I lose, but you can imagine my intrigue when I crossed the MC Saite mouse ...
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