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  1. PlayStation 4 Camera review

    PlayStation 4 Camera review

    7  

    The PS Camera works as advertised, but there are other factors to consider when decided whether it's worth it.

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    Astro A50 Gaming Headset review

    Astro A50 Gaming Headset review

    9  

    The Astro A50 is ready to play with every device in your home theater. Does its bass boom big enough for its $300 price?

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    Razer Tiamat 7.1 Gaming Headset review

    Razer Tiamat 7.1 Gaming Headset review

    8  

    Sporting some of the best bass we've heard in a gaming headset, incredible audio quality, and 7.1-channel surround, Razer's Tiamat 7.1 is a great audio addition to your PC gaming setup.

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    Vogel's TwistDock review

    Vogel's TwistDock review

    5  

    The TwistDock is, put simply, a stand and controller charging port for your PlayStation 3. It's circular and twists around so you can reach the controllers, which sit hidden behind your PS3. It's designed to look good, feel premium, and keep things tidy.

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    PlayStation Move review

    PlayStation Move review

    8  

    It's surprising to think that the Wii has been on sale for nearly four years, and we're only now seeing true competition from Nintendo's rivals. Of course, considering the half-hearted motion controls of the Sixaxis, it's probably wise for Sony to have been cooking PlayStation Move slowly since its introduction 15 months ago.

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    Logitech G27 review

    Logitech G27 review

    8  

    How badly do you want a six-speed gearstick?

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    Nintendo Wii Fit Balance Board review

    Nintendo Wii Fit Balance Board review

    8  

    From the cheesy ads and the mocking YouTube parodies, you could easily be forgiven for thinking that Nintendo's Wii Fit and Balance Board would be overly-worthy, not very entertaining, or just plain silly. But, of course, it's made by Nintendo, a company which is fast becoming a master of turning mundane of tasks into fun activities (accompanied by vast amounts of profit)

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    Matrox TripleHead2Go review

    Matrox TripleHead2Go review

    8  

    This is, as far as we're concerned, an enchanted black box that takes a single VGA cable, performs witchcraft upon it, and allows you to increase and divide the output to a frankly ridiculous 3,840x1,024 across three 1,280x1,024 monitors

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    Philips amBX Premium kit review

    Philips amBX Premium kit review

    6  

    What, exactly, is immersion? And do we really want it? If you're playing Theme Park, for example, would the smell of cheap frankfurters and the feel of water splashed in your face create a more compelling experience, or does it misunderstand completely what gaming is about?

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    Microsoft XBox 360 HD DVD Drive review

    Microsoft XBox 360 HD DVD Drive review

    8  

    This was the first 'proper' HD DVD player to go on sale in the UK late last year, and Microsoft's £130 deck is still the entry point into hi-def movies for many gamers.

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    Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD drive review

    Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD drive review

    8  

    If you already thought Samsung and Panasonic's Blu-ray decks were expensive, that opinion can only be reinforced by the arrival of an HD DVD player costing just £130.Of course, this stunningly low figure comes with a catch.

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    Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD review

    Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD review

    8  

    This was the first 'proper' HD DVD player to go on sale in the UK, and Microsoft's £130 deck is still the entry point into hi-def for many gamers.You will need to own an Xbox360, but the combined cost of a 360 premium pack and this drive is a piffling £410

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    Microsoft Wireless Gaming Receiver review

    8  

    I've been a steadfast denier of the virtues of wireless peripherals for, ooh, ages. However, it's got to the point where, at home, my gaming chair has speakers taped to the backrest and I have no less than eight wires

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