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With over 35 years of gaming experience, Robert 'DesertEagle' Allen is Tech-Gaming's resident worrier/warrior who spends his days teaching at three colleges and his nights devoted to JRPGs.

Red Faction Beta Now Recruiting

Shooter fans suffering from game-fatigue, might want to examine the Red Faction: Guerilla multiplayer beta that is available for 360 owners with an IGN or FilePlanet account and a gold subscription. If you are at ...

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Introducing Tidegear

Tech-Gaming would like to ask our readers to give a warm and cordial welcome to your newest writer, Tidegear. He has previously written for as well as his own personal blog. While finishing his ...

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S.O.S PSP (Save Our System)

Following this year’s E3, many have commented on the lack of software for Sony’s handheld unit. A scant number of titles were publicized- only the distantly-dated Resistance: Retribution and downloadable Super Stardust Portable were shown ...

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Bionic Commando Developers Swing Into Action

At this year’s E3, Bionic Commando: Rearmed was one of our favorites downloadable software titles. The title managed to recapture the feeling of the original game, while updating the graphics for next-gen systems. Previously, developers ...

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KORG DS-10: We Just Can’t Get Enough

                                                           Trying carrying the original KORG in your pocket. With absolutely no knowledge of the Japanese language, we approach most import titles with a measure ...

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Stop Blowing and Start Emulating

Today’s correspondence comes courtesy of reader Knicksfan: Hey Tech-Gaming, I recently got a few boxes out of storage after my wife and I moved. I found my old NES and about 40 cartridges. I hooked ...

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