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Wii Classic Controller Pro will be available in US stores from April 2010

Posted by dillesh on January 26, 2010

Followers of Nintendo would feel pretty happy and is good news for all the gaming lovers. Capcom Entertainment, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, and Nintendo of America today announced that, US gamers will be offered Monster Hunter Tri combined with the Nintendo Wii Classic Controller Pro for the Wii system priced at $19.99 as of April 2010. Nintendo is also releasing out a controller that is available in both black and white colors bundled with Monster Hunter Tri.  It costs you around $59.99 that includes a black controller; while the game itself costs you $49.99. Read the rest of this entry »


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Sony to launch PS3 250GB in Japan on February 18

Posted by dillesh on January 17, 2010

The Play Station 3(PS3) which was released in the November 2009 in US is now coming to Japan on February 18 to replace their existing 120GB with a 250GB hard drive. The specification of the new PS3 will be as same as the older version except an increment in its storage. Sony PS3 250GB is priced at 34,980 yen ($382).

[via slashgear]

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Futuremark Unveils an Online PC Performance Based Tool for DIY and PC Gamers: GIGABYTE System Builder

Posted by dillesh on December 26, 2009

Are you in dilemma while buying a new PC? You would like to find answers for various questions like what configuration to choose, keep the budget within your range, would like to know the exact price and the performance of the devices before spending your valuable bucks, but no one there to help you out to answer your queries and make your task simpler. Read the rest of this entry »

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Nintendo DS sold 10M units in UK since launch

Posted by dillesh on December 10, 2009

The sales of Nintendo DS proves the demand for gaming consoles and clearly tells us that there is no impact of recession on gaming consoles. Nintendo DS console touches the 10 million mark in its sales since its launch from March 2005. The sales of the gaming console have past the milestone faster than the Sony PS2, says Nintendo. The most interesting thing to note here is, 1-in-6 people in the UK runs a DS console. More consoles are likely to be sold in the coming days.

[via slashgear]

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Xbox 360 802.11n Wireless N Networking Adapter due to hit stores on November 10 for $87.99

Posted by dillesh on November 7, 2009


Microsoft’s much awaited Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter is set to launch on November 10 from Costco site which primary job is to support 802.11n to the Xbox 360. A sign of good news for gaming lovers here is that, the price of the device  has come down from $100 to $87.99 which it was expected to release previously.  Every gamer would expect that the price drops down further by the time it reaches the stores.

[via engadget]

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Nintendo DSi XL due to hit in America and Europe in early 2010

Posted by dillesh on November 1, 2009


Nintendo which is much popular for its gaming consoles has set to launch its fourth handheld, DSi XL in the US and Europe by the first quarter of 2010. The price of the DSi XL is not known yet, but the same device is set to release for Japanese buyers named as DSi LL from November 21st onwards for about 20,000 yen (approx. $221). Nintendo company has confirmed that the price of the DSi XL is expected to be higher than that of the DSi. The DSi XL is additionally added with a stylus pointer and provided with a better battery performance.


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NZXT unveils steel mid-tower GAMMA gaming chassis

Posted by dillesh on October 25, 2009


Who wants their costliest hardware and components get heated up inside an old computer chassis and degrade the performance along with the life time of the hardware. It is the chassis where all the components bundled up must be capable of handling the heat generated within from processors, HDDs, high-end video cards and the powerful graphics cards. Read the rest of this entry »

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