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  1. Nintendo 2DS review

    Nintendo 2DS review

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    Has Nintendo just dished out its craziest idea yet, or the best business strategy of all time?

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    Razer Edge review

    Razer Edge review

    7  

    It's not a value purchase, but that doesn't stop this tablet from being a blast.

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    Nintendo DSi XL review

    Nintendo DSi XL review

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    Nintendo releases the new Nintendo DSi XL in the UK this month, featuring a notably bigger screen and a wider viewing angle than 2009's version of its popular handheld gaming console, the DSi.

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    Sony PSP Go review

    Sony PSP Go review

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    The Sony PSP handheld games console re-emerges better than ever before

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    Nintendo DSi review

    Nintendo DSi review

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    TechRadar has been playing with the Nintendo DSi - the latest version of the massively popular handheld (which launches in the UK this week) - ever since we managed to get our hands on a Japanese import machine late last year

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    Nintendo DS Lite review

    Nintendo DS Lite review

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    Compact, innovative and a joy for along time, the Nintendo DS now needs a serious overhaul to push it ahead of rivals like the PSP. Unless Nintendo does something soon, the DS could even be surpassed by the iPod - and that would be a sad thing to happen indeed

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    Sony PSP review

    Sony PSP review

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    Movie playback is often considered a secondary function to gaming for Sony's handheld console, but its oft-revered screen was specifically chosen for its video ability.

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    Nintendo DS review

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    Nintendo's ongoing dominance of portable gaming has had a schizophrenic genesis. The original Gameboy had a brick-like, toyish quality which made it look natural only in the hands of children

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