Sony PS4


Here it is. Sony has pulled the curtains off the mysterious next-gen PlayStation hardware and reveals a design that brings back memories of the PS2 form factor, but updated for 2013. Look out for the PS4 to hit store shelves this winter. $399, PlayStation

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Call of Duty: Ghosts

If you were curious about just what the new Xbox One was capable of, Activision has released a trailer for its latest Call of Duty title, complete with real-time, in-game footage. Call of Duty: Ghosts launches November 5th, 2013. Call of Duty

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Xbox One


Microsoft unveils its biggest attempt to take over the living room with the anticipated reveal of the Xbox One. Xbox One will feature a combination of the Xbox platform and Windows for seamless, instant access to your games and favorite internet, TV and entertainment applications. Microsoft is also announcing a completely revamped Xbox Live with cloud integration and a new and overhauled Kinect Sensor that comes with every Xbox One that will feature a 1080p camera, a wider field of view, and vastly improved voice with conversational voice recognition. On the hardware front the new Xbox will feature a 500GB hard drive, Bluray, 8 Core CPU, 802.11n, USB 3.0, and HDMI in/out. Xbox One is set to hit shelves later this year. Xbox


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Gran Turismo 6 Trailer

"The Real Driving Simulator" sees its sixth iteration and also its 15th Anniversary of one of, if not the best driving game on the planet, Gran Turismo. Set for release at the end of the year for PS3, Polyphony looks to has squeezed every little bit of power to create the shiniest version of GT yet with stunning locales, new cars, and the excruciating amount of detail and depth that the series is known for. Gran Turismo

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Super Retron 5


Super Retron 5 is the video game system of your childhood dreams. Retron 5 has slots for your old SNES, NES, Genesis, Famicom games, and it even has a slot for Gameboy carts. It also has HDMI out (720p), a bundled wireless gamepad, and ports for the original SNES, NES, and Sega Genesis controllers. Sure, you could probably download the entire 8 and 16-bit Sega and Nintendo library to your iPad, but is there's just something about handling a game cartridge and the quick anticipation and immediate gratification that's brought by having it actually work right out of the gate. Or maybe we're just getting old. Available July. $99, Hyperkin

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Sony Announces the PlayStation 4


Sony just jumpstarted the next generation of gaming (sorry Wii U fans) today with the announcement of the PlayStation 4. While Sony hasn't given the public a look at the actual console, the company has offered up a good look at the new features and titles to launch with the PS4. New to the PS4 is a brand new Dual Shock 4 controller with Move-like capability and features a built-in touchpad, enhanced rumble, and a share button for sharing and capturing gaming footage to your favorite social network. And of course, the new console is also all about connectivity and the cloud, from remote play to your PS Vita to instant boot times that let you get right into the game as soon as you start downloading. For the spec nerds the PS4 will boast an eight-core AMD CPU with a next-gen 1.84 teraflop RADEON GPU, 8GBs of GDDR5 RAM, Blu-Ray and on-board storage. Look for the PS4 to launch later this year. Sony

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NVIDIA Project Shield


NVIDIA extends its reach from its total and utter domination of PC gaming graphics cards to the mobile gaming market with its Project Shield handheld. Boasting a full on gaming controller with a flip-out 5'' inch multi-touch screen, Project Shield is definitely aimed at hardcore gamers who want a mobile gaming experience without the compromise. Project Shield runs off of Android Jelly Bean and is spec'd out with custom tuned bass-reflex speakers, their latest 72 GPU/Quad Core CPU Tegra 4 Chipset, 802.11n 2x2 MIMO game-speed Wi-Fi, HDMI for TV connections, and wireless access to your Steam library from any GeForce GTX powered computer. NVIDIA


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Game Stick


If you're a casual gamer and can't quite fully commit to a full on gaming console, you may want to look into the latest entrant into the market, the Game Stick. The portable console plugs right into your HDMI slot and offers a full on gaming experience and online storefront for access to a growing library of titles. The Game Stick has WiFi built-in, Bluetooth connectivity for wireless controllers (any Bluetooth compatible controller can be used), full 1080p resolution, and it operates all on the Android Jelly Bean OS. The Best part? Its just $79. Game Stick

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Pinel & Pinel PS Arcade Trunk for Neiman Marcus


If Richie Rich had a portable gaming system it wouldn't be a mere Nintendo DS or PS Vita, it would be this: The Pinel & Pinel PS Arcade Trunk. Luxury trunkmaker Pinel & Pinel has created the ultimate mobile gaming unit complete with a 55'' Sony 3D TV, a fully loaded Playstation 3 system with all the games and accessories you could ever need, arcade controls, racing seats and steering wheels, an 1800 watt sound system, and much much more. $90,000, Neiman Marcus

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Oculus Rift


The VR headset is making a comeback and hopes to be an essential component to your gaming setup if Oculus founder Palmer Lucky has his way. And with support from the who's who of the gaming industry such as John Carmack, Gabe Newell, and Cliff Bleszinski, he just might. The Oculus Rift improves upon the unimpressive headsets of yore with a much wider field of view, high resolution displays, and low-latency head tracking which all comes together to create an immersive experience that you would only find available in high end headsets costing upwards of $100,000. Oculus just launched their Kickstarter to help fund the project with a goal of $250,000 and you can bet they'll hit their goal in no time. Link

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