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Product: FPSFreek and SpeedFreek review, analog stick mods

May 5th, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

KontrolFreek creates products that help to give gamers a competitive edge to win. Their patent pending products have been used in competition and home use for the past three years. They are said to improve performance and reduce fatigue. Check out our review of both their SpeedFreek and FPSFreek


Halo: Reach delivers the ultimate collector’s experience with Limited and Legendary Game Editions

April 22nd, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

Halo: Reach,” is getting the ultimate collector’s treatment. Worldwide are the Limited and Legendary editions of “Halo: Reach,” each packed with exclusive content fans won’t want to miss. Additionally, today Bungie unveils a new action-packed video documentary offering a behind-the-scenes look at the development of “Halo: Reach” Punch the post for details and pics of the three different Halo Reach editions


Product: Caps4Stix review – analog stick covers

April 19th, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

If you own an Xbox 360, PS3 or Wii its no surprise that with normal use of the controller, the rubber on the thumb sticks start to wear off. Those crisp little buds on the surface of the Xbox 360 controller, ridges of the PS3 and Wii controller will be no worn in only a couple of months. Caps4Stix rejuvenates your thumb sticks with their analog stick covers


Gunnar Digital Performance Eyeware Review

April 6th, 2010 | by Jonathan Lane

One gaming goodness that stood out to me at PAX East 2010 were Gunnar's Digital Performance Eyeware. These glasses are designed to ease the relentless stream of information that comes from computers, tvs, and handheld screens to your eyes. Were Gunnar eyeware really the new gaming glasses


Spanish Rock Band unofficially announced at PAX East?

April 1st, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

We actually ran into one of the developers at PAX East and tried to get some info on future plans for the Rockband series. The info we got is some of the most surprising exclusive info we've ever received


Hero black friday deals

November 26th, 2009 | by Remy Cuesta

hero_friday_sm While we're only now sticking our forks into that oversized turkey for thanksgiving, now is the time to start giving something back to yourself or a friend. Check out these pretty sweet deals coming from Activision. from the staff at LVLONE, have a Happy Thanksgiving.


LVLUP! PODCAST 5

September 16th, 2009 | by Remy Cuesta

lvlone_logo_podcast Unscripted, Unedited, Unrehearsed. The LVLONE crew discusses the madden curse, new game releases from 9/9/09, games getting pushed back to 2010 and our recommendation for the week


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


E3 ‘09 Microsoft announces new 3D Motion Vision Camera

June 1st, 2009 | by Remy Cuesta



The long awaited rumor of Microsoft entering the motion scene is no longer just a rumor, it has finally made its debut. It was thought Microsoft would announce a motion like controller at last years E3 but with no mention those talks quickly fizzled into dust. Today at Microsoft's Press conference we got a glimpse of it, not in the form of a motion wand controller however but of a new vision camera ? Yes you heard correct this camera code name "Project Natal" is able to detect full 3D movements within the game for a totally new experience



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