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Like the Pebble Smart Watch, the OUYA game console was a Kickstarter sensation. It promised inexpensive ($99) Android-based gaming in a very compact package. The OUYA console delivers 1080p video output and supports up to four game controllers.  Open her up and you'll find a NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage (with a USB port available for expanding memory). All games on... View Reviews »
Nintendo's long anticipated Wii U has arrived. A follow-up to the wildly successful Wii, the Wii U adds a new "Game Pad" controller that sports a 6.2-inch color touchscreen, NFC, speakers and camera for use with the console. The Game Pad controller works with a stylus too and offers a remote control app that lets it double as a standard TV remote. A built-in accelerometer and gyroscope allows the Game Pad... View Reviews »
Sony's PlayStation Vita is ostensibly a portable gaming device, but it packs enough tech to make you think otherwise. (like the pair of cameras, built-in GPS and 3G mobile broadband, for starters). You interact with the Vita through its 5-inch OLED touchscreen. Its six axis motion sensor lets you tilt and move the device to impact game play or use the built-in physical controls to navigate your way through... View Reviews »
Portable gaming ain't what it used to be. Thanks to smartphones and tablets, it's a lot harder to justify splurging for yet another gadget dedicated solely to gaming. Nintendo hopes to sway you, though, with the 3DS XL, a successor to its popular 3DS handheld gaming system. As the "XL" suggests, the 3DS XL is larger - it measures in at 3.6 x 6.2 inche to accomodate a larger, 4.8-inch screen. It accepts... View Reviews »

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