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Sony update gives PlayStation Vita GPS tracking and video capture, Mac support

An upcoming firmware update will make the PS Vita a mapping tool and video recorder, and give the system an added dose of Mac OS support.

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PlayStation Network to fold into Sony Entertainment Network this Tuesday

Sony reveals plans to discontinue the PlayStation Network brand name as of Tuesday, February 7, with all PSN accounts being converted into Sony Entertainment Network accounts.

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PlayStation Vita demo stations go live at thousands of GameStop locations

Sony partners with GameStop to set up PlayStation Vita demo kiosks in more than 3,300 retail locations, with eight upcoming launch titles available for players to sample.

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Oklahoma the latest state to pin problems on video games, proposes sin tax

Fat kids? Bullies? Oklahoma legislation is blaming these societal problems on video games, and wants to slap a sin tax on anything rated teen and up.

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Can Apple keep up against fake copycat app developers?

With unscrupulous game developers looking to make a quick buck off unsuspecting iOS users, Apple didn't respond with decisive action against these poor applications until the press brought attention to the problem.

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Madden predicts the winner of the Super Bowl (but we disagree)

EA has released its annual pick for the winner of the Super Bowl based on simulated games played on Madden 12. We did the same, with differing results.

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Gene Simmons teases KISS crossover with Angry Birds (No, seriously!)

Will Angry Birds rock and roll all night and party every day with KISS?

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Atari lines up Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends on the grid

Atari has announced Test Drive: Ferrari racing Legends, the latest in the long running racing franchise. The game will feature more than 50 iconic Ferrari cars, and 36 tracks around which to race.

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Tobii debuts EyeAsteroids, an arcade game you play with your eyes

Defend the Earth from asteroids... with only your eyes!

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Star Wars: The Old Republic nears two million subscribers

While Activision Blizzard deals with players leaving the World of Warcraft for other games, Electronic Arts and Bioware appear to be welcoming them into the Star Wars universe according to the latest sales numbers.

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Resuscitating Sony: Why new CEO Kazuo Hirai has his work cut out for him

Freshly minted Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai is taking the helm of a troubled ship. Here's how Sony has managed to run aground over the past decade, and a look at Hirai's options for getting it back afloat.

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SoulCalibur 5 Review

Namco Bandai and Project Soul delivers a strong, if uneven, fighting game sequel in SoulCalibur 5.

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Resident Evil: Revelations review

Capcom hits up the 3DS with a brand new story in Resident Evil: Revelations, a title that is a traditional Resident Evil game--in the best and worse ways.

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Sony drops Stringer, names Kazuo Hirai president and CEO

After four years of losses, Sony has named Kazuo Hirai its new president and CEO, replacing Sir. Howard Stringer.

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100-year-old Nintendo DS addict attributes sharp mind to gaming device

A 100-year-old woman living in Scotland is adamant her Nintendo games machine has kept her brain in good working order, and listening to the centenarian talking about her love for the device, who are we to disagree?

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