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Game machine makers gear up

Nintendo single-handedly surprises the game community, while Microsoft--no surprise--wants to score big holiday sales.

Nintendo single-handedly surprises the game community, while Microsoft--no surprise--wants to score big holiday sales.

Nintendo controller makes singular impression

The "Revolution" is designed like a TV remote "because that's familiar to everyone," company's president says.
September 15, 2005

New gadget is slim, comfortable

review GameSpot has a chance to use a prototype of Nintendo's controller and finds that it just might be revolutionary after all.
September 15, 2005

A many-colored Revolution

photos Nintendo's unusual one-handed controller comes in black, silver, white, green and red, and has an analog stick attachment.
September 16, 2005

Another Maryland game pirate sunk

Owner of Pandora's Cube retail chain, the latest to be convicted and sentenced for selling modded Xboxes, gets five months in prison.
September 15, 2005

Xbox 360 to hit shelves before Thanksgiving

Microsoft says it will have its much-anticipated console on shelves in North America in time for the height of the holiday rush.
September 14, 2005

ESA will sue to block Michigan game law

Video game industry's lobbying arm plans to file suit against the governor over legislation banning the sale of violent games.
September 14, 2005

Sony recalls PlayStation power adapters

Devices may overheat and cause injury. Company tells customers how to find out if they have one of the 3.5 million defective parts.
September 13, 2005

Virtual goods, real scams

Online game players are spending millions on fantasy assets. Now phishers want a piece of the action.
September 12, 2005