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Microsoft plans to dominate the world (of entertainment) with the Kinect

Yesterday at CES Microsoft introduced its 2-way TV that utilizes the Kinect as an interactive form of television. Today we had the chance to go one-on-one with it.

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Ghost Recon: Future Solider delayed to May 22, console beta starts in April

Ubisoft confirms a delay for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, with the Tom Clancy shooter now not arriving in the U.S. until May 22, with a console beta set to launch in April.

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PlayStation Vita will have two 3G data plans from AT&T in the U.S.

AT&T confirms two no-contract data pricing plans for Sony's PlayStation Vita, a $14.99 per month/250GB option and a $25 per month/2GB option.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Content Season begins January 24 with two multiplayer maps

Activision confirms some more of its release plans for the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Content Season, with at least 20 "content drops" planned for subscribed Call of Duty Elite Premium membres.

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Sony redefines “connected” with the Sony Entertainment Network

Sony debuted the new Sony Entertainment Network, a service that will offer a massive selection of entertainment and connection options on Sony products.

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Portal fan creates free GLaDOS voice set for Garmin navigation systems

Ever wanted GLaDOS to guide you to your next real-life destination? Well, you're in luck, you monster.

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Bethesda settles with Interplay and Masthead over Fallout IP

Bethesda takes back IP rights from Interplay and Masthead Studios in settlement.

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Black Ops 2 domain registered by Activision proxy, sparking Call of Duty speculation

A newly discovered domain registration for BlackOps2.com by a known Activision proxy prompts speculation that the next Call of Duty game may be a sequel to Treyarch's 2010 hit, Black Ops.

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A new peripheral for smartphones gives players a real controller to play games with

Fructel introduces the Gametel, a new controller that turns any bluetooth enabled smartphone into a gaming system

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Exclusive interview: David Jaffe talks the birth of Twisted Metal, the rise of gaming, and the death of the console

The outspoken game developer David Jaffe talks about his rise in the industry, the birth of Twisted Metal, returning to the franchise that made him famous, and the future of the gaming industry.

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Afterfall: InSanity review

Indie Polish developer Intoxicate Studios' Afterfall: InSanity is a new survival horror game that punches well above its weight that doesn’t quite deliver on all its potential, but impresses all the same.

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Uncharted: Golden Abyss hands-on preview

We preview the Japanese retail version of Uncharted: Golden Abyss, one of the most anticipated PlayStation Vita launch titles arriving on February 22.

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CTA Digital unveils line of U.S. Army licensed gaming peripherals

U.S. Army-branded rifles and other accessories for the PlayStation 3 are among the first offerings in new licensing deal.

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Microsoft Flight makes its official return, and it’ll be yours for free in the spring

Microsoft has released further details on the latest entry into its popular flight simulation franchise, this time entitled Microsoft Flight. It'll be free to download in the spring, but additional content will come at a price.

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Nintendo could open an eBook store for the Wii U console

Nintendo is rumored to be planning an eBook download service for its forthcoming Wii U console, with downloaded publications being read on the touchscreen controller, or a Nintendo 3DS.

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