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Turtle Beach Ear Force X12 Review

Review: The Turtle Beach Ear Force X12 gaming headset works with both the Xbox 360 and PS3, giving gamers an audible edge with top-notch sound quality and features.

  • Pros: Great sound , Microphone Monitor lets you hear yourself talk…
  • Cons: In-line amp and control located too close to head , No clip…

Exclusive: Capcom confirms support for SOPA [Update: Epic Games denounces SOPA]

Capcom USA has confirmed with Digital Trends that it supports the contentious Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). Nintendo, Sony, EA, and other members of the pro-SOPA Entertainment Software Association have so far remained silent on the issue.

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Turn Minecraft structures into real-world objects with new software

New software brings the cuboid world of Minecraft into the real world via 3D printing.

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Crysis 2 was the most pirated game of 2011

Modern Warfare 3, Gears of War 3, and Super Mario Galaxy 2 were among the top downloads for various PC and game consoles during 2011.

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Microsoft fumbles UFC promotion on Xbox Live, promises improvements

While Microsoft continues to strike up a relationship with sports fanatics to help promote the Xbox 360 as a media device, a recent promotion related to UFC went awry after technical difficulties.

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Microsoft awarded patent for DVR on gaming consoles

Microsoft gets an old patent from 2007 which explored a DVR idea for a gaming console.

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Nintendo 3DS hits four-million mark in US sales, outpaces Wii in first nine months

Nintendo announces sales figures for consoles along with record-breaking debuts for latest Mario titles.

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60beat GamePad brings console controls to iOS games

The 60beat GamePad brings analog joysticks, D-Pad, and action button controls to iOS games...the only catch being the games have to support it.

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Call of Duty marketing is “tasteless,” says Army veteran

Army veteran argues that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 ads make battle seem like a "gritty Disneyland."

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Sony, EA, Nintendo drop explicit SOPA support

Game makers Sony Computer Entertainment, Nintendo, and Electronic Arts have removed their names from the list of SOPA supporters...but is it reconsideration, or just a PR move?

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The revolution will be streamed: How TwitchTV is changing the face of the gaming industry

With 12 million unique viewers per month in just half a year, TwitchTV may be at the vanguard of the next big shift in the gaming industry, starting with e-sports.

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Giant game of pinball projected onto the side of French theater

Sure you could play a game of pinball in some stuffy bar or dreary bowling alley, but that's not what a group of festival goers had to do this year when a giant game of pinball was projected onto the side of a theater in Lyon, France.

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British military updating war simulators to keep up with Xbox games

The Ministry of Defense is looking to upgrade its clunky war training simulator in order to keep up with an Xbox-spoiled generation of trainees.

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Sony PlayStation Vita sales fall sharply after Japanese launch

While Sony did a good job of quickly responding to technical issues of the PlayStation Vita, sales of the device have gone into a freefall after the strong launch in Japan.

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How to get the most out of your new PlayStation 3

If you woke up Christmas morning to find a PS3 waiting under your tree, here are a few tip on how to squeeze the most out of your new console.

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