SixAxis Wins an Emmy

According to , Sony's motion-sensing controller has won an award most of us probably didn't even know existed. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences bestowed the SixAxis with an Emmy for excellence in Technology and Engineering. SCEA CEO

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Midway Announces 6 Titles for PSN

Playstation Network continues to expand with Midway announcing six classic games in the pipeline: Mortal Kombat II, Gauntlet II, Joust, Rampage World Tour, Rampart and Championship Sprint. The good news? All were specifically chosen for their multiplayer capabilities and will

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Rhino Video Games Absorbed by Gamestop

The Gainesville-based chain, Rhino Video Games, has been a staple for southeastern enthusiasts for years. Well known for its consumer-friendly return policies, special deals, and gracious backlog of used games from consoles dating back to the NES, the retailer is

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Multi-Console Cables Clean Up Wiry Mess

If you've got more than one next-gen system (or a PS2), there's no longer a need to be discreet about the insightly tangle of cables hidden behind your television. Working like the reverse of a console switchbox, XCM's new all-in-one

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Two More for PSN Today

Sony's still weak on getting out specific dates for their PSN releases, but that doesn't make today's output any less sweet. Both the PS3 version of Gripshift and the PSOne Classic Jumping Flash arrived on the network today. Gripshift is

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Sony Shuts Down Force Feedback for PS3 Wheels

Ouch, Sony! Covering you is like a never-ending roller coaster ride. Every time something awesome happens (new PSN releases), there's always another piece of news that brings us right back down. In this case, it's the fact that even PS3-compatible

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