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Be Nintendo 3DS Ready with Gametech Accessories and Peripherals

Written on February 03, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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And although we prefer more games than accessories, Gametech is set to launch a 16-strong lineup of accessories and peripherals for the Nintendo 3DS.

The Nintendo 3DS will be out soon, and with all the hype and excitement going on in Japan and the world over, Gametech has jumped into the scene for our Nintendo 3DS care needs that will either make our gaming experience much more comforting or much more difficult to handle. Never the less, Gametech was not showing any meekness as they will launch a staggering number of 16 accessories and peripherals you can choose from for your 3D handheld console, much more than the number of games that will be available on opening day.

We have protection sheets, card cases, console cases, pouches, an AC adapter, car charger a USB cable charger, and a touch pen. You can never be too careful with such a fine piece of metal and plastic.

The Nintendo 3DS will be out February 26.

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PlayStation NGP and Call of Duty Team-up Bound to be Epic

Written on January 29, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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With PlayStation NGP on the road to greatness with its stellar features plus the innate awesomeness of Call of Duty, what could ever go wrong with this kind of team up? That's right, NOTHING.

Were you cut short from the Call of Duty experience on your PlayStation Portable (PSP)? Well here’s some good news for you, especially if you’re planning to buy the PSP’s successor. Philip Earl from Activision has expressed the game publisher’s support to the PlayStation NGP (Next Generation Portable), which may mean we’ll be getting more than the usual Call of Duty titles on the PSNGP (or PSP2 for the hardheaded ones).

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Sony Unveils ‘PSP2′, Calls it the ‘NGP’ or Next Generation Portable

Written on January 27, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Looks like all those leaked pictures were fake after all. But here we are now as Sony unleashes its latest handheld creation: the PSP2... I mean the NGP or Next Generation Portable.

And so Sony spills the beans as they’ve finally unveiled the next generation of the PlayStation Portable (PSP) over at the Sony Tokyo Press Conference. Though not exactly calling it the ‘PSP2,’ the latest PlayStation Portable is codenamed the ‘NGP’ or the ‘Next Generation Portable.’

The handheld is packed with tons of features which Sony presented under five different concepts: ‘Revolutionary User Interface,’ ‘Social Connectivity,’ ‘Location-based Entertainment,’ ‘Convergence of Real’ and ‘Virtual or Augmented reality,’ and a ‘PlayStation Suite Compatibility.’

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