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When Nintendo said the next Ace Attorney game would be "totally different", they weren't kidding.Read more...
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The next major installment in Skylanders, Activision's wildly popular toy-video game mashup, is called Trap Team, the company announced at a special event this afternoon in New York City. It's being ...
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Initial reports about the FCC's hotly anticipated net neutrality rules are out, and they are foreboding. While they'll prevent broadband providers from blocking legal content on the internet, it does...
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We're getting close to having user choices for all the components of your PC gaming space. When we voted on chairs , we actually had a few nominees that were desk/chair combos, but today we're talkin...
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