This Is a Nintendo Sign Photo. Taken Today.

任天堂 | KYOTO, JAPAN: A Nintendo (任天堂) sign spotted today while driving through Kyoto, near Nintendo's headquarters. (Photo: Mrs. Bashcraft)


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For Some Game Saves, the Vita Needs Help

Help comes in the shape of a memory card. According to sister site Kotaku Japan, a handful of PlayStation Vita games can save onto the game cards directly. More »


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I Just Bought a New PC for Battlefield 3. What About You?

Some people think this year's big PC releases, particularly the "next gen" Battlefield 3, will spur around $1 billion in sales of PC hardware.
Having just spent $1300 on PC hardware, I can see why.
The last all-new PC I bought was in April 2008. More »

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These Aren't Video Game Screenshots, They're Postcards

Iain Andrews' site Steam Postcards has long been my wallpaper supplier of choice. Why? Because he plays games and takes screenshots that aren't the kind of thing you'd find in a magazine or popular internet video game website.
He instead takes, well, postcards. More »

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How the Vita Might Bite You in the Ass

When Sony revealed the PS Vita's pricing earlier this year, the WiFi only model was announced for US$249.99 and the 3G/WiFi model was announced at $299.99. More »

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From Computer Games to No Bras

Everybody's got to start somewhere. Sayaka Nagashima started promoting Korean computer games. Now, she's telling jokes and not wearing a bra. Progress? More »

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