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Xbox One to destroy Tivo?

May 22nd, 2013 | by Remy Cuesta

Xbox One unveiled itself yesterday and while we still have a lot to learn about the system they did make


Xbox One: Hardware Profile

May 21st, 2013 | by Rob Kwong

It’s finally announced and it’s got so much goodies inside and outside of the console shell. What goodies? Well here’s


Review: XCM RE-Mapper for Xbox 360

August 26th, 2011 | by bandit

To some, the Xbox 360™ controller is most arguably the best controller, but the button location may not be the perfect place for some games. In order to fix this, you may need to re-map some buttons that will suit your preference and gaming style. What if you're left handed and like to use the left LT as your shooting trigger and RT trigger for throwing grenades or even switching weapons? The XCM Re-Mapper allows you to re-map ANY button on a wired Xbox 360™ controller (except SELECT, START and Guide button) making gameplay that much easier, enjoyable and playable now


LVLUP Pre E3 2011 Podcast Part 2

June 3rd, 2011 | by LVLONE Gaming news

E3 is almost upon us and we're getting ready for some really big announcements. In part two of our pre E3 2011 coverage we talk about Microsoft and Sony along with some other big name games coming our way. Who will take at this years show?

LVLUP Pre E3 2011 Podcast Part 1

June 3rd, 2011 | by LVLONE Gaming news

E3 is almost upon us and we're getting ready for some really big announcements. In part one of our pre E3 2011 coverage we talk about Nintendo and a little of Microsoft. Will they deliver and claim the thrown for E3 supremacy? Hit the jump for the Podcast

Gunnar Optiks PPK Review

May 4th, 2011 | by Remy Cuesta

Gunnar Optiks Digital Performance Eyewear is for the gamer in mind and is said to help you be the best gamer you can be but do they actually work? We got our hands on a pair of their PPK Gunnar shades and have been test driving them for more then week so click the link to hear are our thoughts


Michael Jackson: The Experience Review on Kinect

May 2nd, 2011 | by Remy Cuesta

Dance games like Just Dance and Dance Central are becoming some of the most popular party games out there. So it's not surprising that they would showcase a game with one of the best performers ever lived, Michael Jackson. Already making its rounds on the Wii, Michael Jackson: The Experience sounds like it would be perfect for the full body tracking system Kinect? However technical issues holds this game back from being the ultimate party game.


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