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The Seat That Can’t Be Beat- A Review of the Sumo Omni

                       Not pictured: Our Sixaxis; because a black controller on black bag  is too tactical. For many…

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E3: Highs and Lows

Strange Timing Award: Four days after the show's finale, Capcom announces Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop. Did they think…

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E3: Eidos’ Tomb Raider: Underworld, Monster Lab and Battlestations Pacific Previewed

Immediately before showing us the latest entry to Lara Croft’s exploits, Eidos treated us to a substantial lunch. We were…

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New Releases 7/20-7/26: Final Fantasy Mummification Edition

This week next-gen console fans must survive on a strict diet on demos, DLC, and a healthy anticipation for upcoming…

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E3: Best in Show- Downloadable Delights, Bionic Commando Rearmed and Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2

For Best in Show, Tech-Gaming is highlighting all the outstanding games shown at E3, 2008. For us, these are the…

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E3: Midway’s TNA iMPACT, Wheelman, and Mortal Kombat Vs. DC Universe

Midway Games has had their share of ups and downs, from the low valleys of Blacksite: Area 51 and Hour…

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E3: Best of DS

Sitting unnoticed in the middle of Nintendo’s booth was Rhythm Heaven, a sequel to the Japanese-only GBA title, Rhythm Tengoku.…

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E3: Best in Show- de Blob (Wii)

For Best in Show, Tech-Gaming is highlighting all the outstanding games shown at E3, 2008. For us, these are the…

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E3: Sony Remembers Past, Looks Far into Future

                        Not Pictured are the numerous bottles of water Tretton pounded during the presentation.Instead of focusing on…

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E3: Nintendo and the Paradigm Shift

As the Electronic Entertainment Expo has seen a reduction in size over the past two years, previous strategies have lost…