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LIMITED EDITION Toynami GOLION Shogun Warrior 24 inch Jumbo Machinder

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PS3 2nd Super Robot Wars OG COMPLETE BD BOX with Book
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PlayStation 3 250 GB Azurite Blue Limited Edition

PlayStation 3 250 GB Azurite Blue Limited Edition

PlayStation 3 250 GB Azurite Blue Limited Edition

  • The Azurite Blue PlayStation 3 250GB System includes an Azurite Blue DualShock 3.
  • This Generation’s Largest Exclusive Games Library: Dig into this platform generation’s most extensive library of exclusive games, including popular titles like LittleBigPlanet and award-winning AAA series such as God of War and Uncharted.
  • The 250GB PlayStation3 System, with a built in Blu-Ray player, can hold over to 1800 Games, 140 Movies, 99,000 Songs, and 40,000 photos, or a mixture of all
  • Authentic USA release.

Limited Edition Azurite Blue PS3 250 GB Console features: Sleek Azurite Blue 250 GB Console, one Azurite Blue DualShock 3 wireless controller, AC Power Cord, AV Cables.

List Price: $ 499.99

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New XBOX 360 320GB CONSOLE SYSTEM Kinect Star Wars NTSC-J Limited Japan Gift

Microsoft Kinect Motion Sensor XBOX 360 Model # 1414

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XBOX ONE DAY ONE EDITION 500 GB Black Console + MADDEN 25 + NEW KINECT + BONUS
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Xbox 360 Kinect Sports game Season 2
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Sharp’s AQUOS Serie mini phone has a Full HD IGZO display, bright colors, limited stateside availability

With phone specifications often reaching a terminal velocity before the next new technology or trend, giving your hardware a differentiator can be hard. Sharp’s new AQUOS Serie mini SHL24, however, is having a stab at a couple. Firstly, the TV-maker …

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Nintendo 3DS XL, Silver – Mario & Luigi Dream team Limited Edition

Nintendo 3DS XL, Silver – Mario & Luigi Dream team Limited Edition

Nintendo 3DS XL, Silver - Mario & Luigi Dream team Limited Edition

  • Includes a pre-installed digital copy of Mario & Luigi: Dream Team
  • Features: Circle Pad, Nintendo 3DS Sound, Mii Maker, 3D Depth Slider, Wi-Fi Capability, Front & Rear Camera, Touch Screen, 3D Camera.
  • Includes: Stylus, Memory Card, AR Cards, Instruction Manual.
  • Data Storage Capacity: 512MB Hard Drive Capacity.
  • Achieve total immersion with a 90% bigger screen.

The Nintendo 3DS XL system combines next-generation portable gaming with eye-popping 3D visuals?without the need for special glasses. Take 3D photos; connect to friends, other players, or wireless hotspots with the wireless StreetPass and SpotPass communication modes. From games to photos and beyond, Nintendo 3DS XL is the ultimate 3D entertainment system. It comes bundled with a 4GB SD card, making it perfect for downloading content from the Nintendo eShop. This limited Mario & Luigi Dream Team bundle includes a theme designed Nintendo 3DS XL system with Mario & Luigi Dream Team game pre-installed, an AC adapter, a Nintendo 3DS XL stylus, six AR cards, a 4GB Secure Digital memory card and a Lithium-Ion battery pack

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Google Expands Google+ Photos App To All Chromebooks, No Longer Limited To Just The Pixel

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The Chromebook world is a weird one where apps trickle out slowly and in a manageable stream, with the most interesting ones costly coming from Google itself. The latest is software that was originally demoed at the Chromebook Pixel launch, then released for that computer exclusively, and now has arrived for all Chromebooks as of today.

The Google+ Photos app, for those who haven’t been following its long and winding saga, is a standalone app that takes the best of Google+’s photos features and adds things like automatic backup from SD cards, offline viewing of recent uploads, and auto-sorting of the best shots as well as simple sharing.

Maybe the best part of Google+’s Photos app is that it uses the company’s new Auto Enhance magic to subtly improve the quality of any uploaded photos without any action required on their part, so long as it’s enabled, and the Auto Awesome feature that generates GIFs and collages.

At Google’s I/O keynote, the features around images were probably the best part of, at least from a truly useful consumer development standpoint. Photos in the age of digital photography are just sort of a bulk nuisance item that we plan to, but never actually get around to organizing, sifting and editing. Google+ now does a really good job of handling a lot of that heavy lifting.

Chromebooks are still niche devices, but software like this makes them ideal travel companions or even better tools for users with light demands and little know-how of programs like Lightroom or Photoshop. Keeping the Photos app exclusive to the pricey, even-more-niche-than-niche Pixel wasn’t doing anyone any favors, so it’s nice to see it become more widely available.

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Moto X to launch early at Rogers stores, but only in ‘limited quantities’

Moto X reportedly available early through Rogers 'in limited quantities'

Canadians frequently wait longer for new technology than their American counterparts, but they’re catching a break today. Following a MobileSyrup leak, Rogers has confirmed to Engadget that some of its stores will be selling the Moto X in “limited quantities” this weekend — a full week ahead of the AT&T release. We wouldn’t count on finding the Android flagship after dealing with spotty availability during previous early launches, but the news is still a pleasant surprise for Motorola-minded Canucks.

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Escape Game Shown Off For Google Glass, But Games On Your Face Seem To Have Limited Appeal

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A new game for Google Glass claiming to be “the first Google Glass game” (it’s not, Battleship clone got demoed earlier this month) offers a look at what kind of things might be possible for developers building these kinds of experiences on Google’s unique wearable platform. In a word, it looks simple, and is reminiscent of the old, very basic games that would come pre-installed on your black and white Nokia feature phone like Snake.

The game looks diverting enough, but it also looks painfully dated and questions abound about its real-world playability. Others have suggested a voice-operated mechanism for controlling in-game action on Glass, but any kind of consistent and repeated use of voice is not going to work in any situation where there are other human beings around. Not to mention that people play casual games on commutes precisely because they help them look away from fellow travellers. These games seem primed to result in at least a few uncomfortably long, unconscious locked gazes.

Google Glass gaming might be appealing if it was an AR-layered experience like a mix between Oculus Rift and Google’s own Egress game, but as a way to basically play checkers in the corner of your field of view while you’re doing your best to also be a real functioning human I have my doubts. Everyone I’ve talked to about mobile gaming on the development side seems to have found people still like to plunk down at home or at work for dedicated gaming sessions; I doubt very much they’re going to want to do that while staring off into space at less-than-impressive visuals.

Now gaming as a use case for Google Glass is hardly fully explored at this stage, but what I’ve seen isn’t something that offers a lot of promise. There are a lot of question marks around Glass, but its viability as a gaming platform (a key factor in determining mobile success) might be the biggest of all right now.

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