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Review: Muramasa The Demon Blade

September 16th, 2009 | by Aykut Donmez

muramasa_the_demon_blade The Wii's library has admittedly been lacking in regards to unique 3rd party games, in a sea of family oriented casual games Muramasa really stands out and shows what the Wii is capable of.


Sony Released New PSP update!

September 15th, 2009 | by Jonathan Lane

Sony released a new update for the Psp. PSP (PlayStation Portable) firmware update (v6.00) will be available soon. This is a minor update, but here’s quick head’s up on what to expect


Is Xbox 360 trying to be more like the Wii?

July 9th, 2009 | by Aykut Donmez

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Project Natal made big waves at E3, arguably more than the PS3 motion controller, soon after both press conferences announced their respective projects many debates were sparked as to which tech was the superior one. Both "controllers" are fairly different and it seems that the two are going to be targeting different markets


CONTEST!!! Design Our NCAA Football Team [PRIZE ANNOUNCED]

June 20th, 2009 | by The Bad Man

Team Builder Start Page YOU will design the college football team for LvlOne.com. Create a team using LvlOne as the team name with whatever nickname you want. Design our uniforms using our logo (provided below) in any way you want. When you are finished, save your team design and post a comment saying your team name so we, and everyone else, can check out your handy work


Rumor: Sony to reveal motion-sensing controller

May 3rd, 2009 | by The Bad Man

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I found this bit of news from several sources including the websites The Cut Scene and Joystiq. It seems that Sony has a patent on a motion-sensing controller and the speculation is that the industry giant will be showing off their new toy at E3 in the coming weeks. Interestingly enough the patent suggests that the controller is camera based and the movements will be tracked by LED lights on the controller. All of this means that Sony's new hardware will be more accurate than the Wii's Wii-mote.



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