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Focus: Consumer Electronics PopStar Guitar for the Wii Not a Guitar Hero Breaker
By William Depagnier When Guitar Hero was released for the Wii, it became one of the most popular games ever. My mom bought one for me and my uncle as well and we enjoy rocking out to the greatest rock songs of all time. Other games promise to compete, including Rock Band and the latest, Popstar Guitar. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics more SPORE iPhone gaming It keeps you entertained for just the right amount of time
By John Haley Electronic Arts is a big name in gaming, they create Action, Fantasy, Sports, and Strategy. They hit a huge variety of the gaming market, and this year they brought it to the iPhone. What better way to have people love your game even more is a combination of a fun game and the iPhone / iPod Touchs Accelerometer, they way they work makes your feel like you are more apart of the game. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics SumoSac Gamer Can gaming get any more comfortable?
By John Virata Beanbags for the most part are hit and miss. They are all nice and puffy for a while and then they get flat after use. And when a beanbag gets flat, it becomes more junk in the landfills. Now what if a beanbag is made to last considerably longer than your standard run of the mill bag? SumoLounge has introduced such a bag that the company says will not decompress over time. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics eMedia Music's My Piano Ideal application to teach little ones to play piano
By Joshua Virata In our world of technology, many children are using computers at younger ages. There are many programs out there that act like games but have a learning perspective to them. But these games usually are for math, reading, spelling, and other subjects that are taught and learned at the grammar school level. Yet there are a few companies out there that make learning programs that are for musical instruments. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics LoSt-CaUzE Gaming Headphones Noise cancelling headphones for gaming and music
By John Virata I've found a nice pair of noise cancelling headphones in ableplanet's LoSt-CaUzE Gaming Headphones with active noise cancellation. The headphones were designed for Rafik Bryant, the Quake Four World Champion, who uses them during Quake competitions. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics REVIEW: 3 of diamonds: This season's baseball games let you live out your big-league fantasies  
By The Associated Press What do Mets shortstop Jose Reyes and Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard have in common? Both were key players in the Mets' notorious meltdown last season: Reyes couldn't buy a hit in September, while Howard led the Phils past the Mets and into the playoffs. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics 'Rainbox Six: Vegas 2' returns to Sin City for terrorist-hunting action  
By The Associated Press First-person shooters are usually an all-you-can-eat buffet of firepower and adrenaline. Fittingly, the latest game in Ubisoft's "Rainbow Six" series continues to bet on Sin City as the urban playground of choice for hunting and taking down superbad terrorists. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics Turok gets a makeover; game play does not  
By The Associated Press You've got a knife in your pocket, a high-powered bow slung across your back and an automatic weapon clutched in each hand as you face off against a ruthless military force and a hoard of hungry dinosaurs. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics Ready to rumble: `Smash Bros.` returns with lively multiplayer mayhem By The Associated Press Online multiplayer gaming has really come into its own on the current generation of video-game consoles, with millions of people logging in every day to play "Call of Duty 4" or "Halo 3." ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics Neverwinter Nights 2 comes to OS X A true RPG stays faithful to the D&D history with a beautiful build on the Mac
By Steve Toyama There have been countless games that have been loosely based or strongly influenced by the medieval world of Dungeons & Dragons but there are only a handful that adhere to the rules governed by the official D&D and Forgotten Realms ruleset. Neverwinter Nights 2 is one of these games and perhaps this fact alone makes it more appealing than your average RPG. Now that NeverWinter Nights 2 is available on the Mac OS, everyone on Mac and/or PC can play. ...Read More »
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