Razer intros Naga, the 17 button MMO mouse

Razer introduced a 17-button mouse for MMO’s at the Gamescom expo. Named Naga, the mouse has a twelve-digit keypad built into the left side of its shell – the perfect spot to keep your thumb busy. It connects via USB and features a 5600dpi 3.5G laser sensor, 1,000Hz ultrapolling / 1ms response time, a maximum […]

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AMD launches external graphics card box

The Register has this on a new external graphics solution for laptops! Could this finally be the answer for laptop gamers? AMD used the Computex show in Taipei this week to propose XGP – eXternal Graphics Platform, a slimline box you connect your GPU-lite laptop to when you need more graphics horsepower. Fujitsu Siemens (FSC) […]

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Make your Wii Nunchuck wireless!!

No need to whine anymore about the little wire that connects the Wii console’s main Remote to the Nunchuck as gaming peripherals manufacturer Nyko has created a wireless alternative!! Nyko’s Cord-Free system boasts: A wireless dongle that slots into the Remote at the point where the Nunchuck’s cord would normally connect. The unit’s powered by […]

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A Video Game, an M.R.I. and What Men’s Brains Do

Why do men enjoy playing video games more than women? A new study finds that when men play the games, a part of the brain involved in feelings of reward and addiction becomes much more activated than it does in women. This could explain why men are more likely feel more addicted to video games […]

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Intel, Microsoft, NVIDIA, AMD, and More in Gaming Alliance

Gaming Alliance stumps for PC on the San Jose Mercury News has word that a number of major players on the PC gaming scene, including Intel, Microsoft, NVIDIA, and AMD, are preparing to announce a PC Gaming Alliance at next week’s Game Developer’s Conference. Word is the consortium is to promote the PC as a […]

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Male video game addiction is neural, study suggests

Men are more rewarded by video games than women on a neural level, which explains why they’re more likely to become addicted to them, researchers at Stanford University claim. In a brain-imaging study by Stanford’s school of medicine, researchers discovered that, when playing video games, the part of the brain that generates feelings of reward […]

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New 4000dpi Razer Gaming Mouse

Razer has brought out another awesome gaming mouse, the Razer Lachesis. The Lachesis (latin for ‘Bringer of Death’!), boasts a 3G 4000DPI laser, on the fly sensitivity (as with their previous offerings) and 1000Hz Ultrapoling. This is a serious piece of kit. I am very happy with my Razer Diamond back, which has lasted me […]

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FPS Gun for added realism? I can’t see it..

Zalaman has created an FPS gun! Looks terrible to me, can you imagine getting any benefit from this at all?  If it was April the 1st I know what I’d think of this! See the page this comes from here: http://kotaku.com/344684/fps-gun-makes-first-person-shooter-controls-more-gun+like

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Brown links games to knife crime, do we gamers need to worry?

Prime Minister Gordon Brown is said to be “very worried” about games. Once again he has aired his concerns over violent video games as he launched a crackdown on knife crime, reports The Sun. He told the tabloid: “I am very worried about video and computer games. No one wants censorship or an interfering State. […]

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