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Pure Luxury: Bringing Postmoden Art to PCs

Let's face it, if you want to build a gaming computer, how it looks is almost as important as how it runs. I mean, who's going to want a superpowered rig if it burns the eyes just to look at it? The guys and gals over at PurePC and Darwin Machine understand this, and they've put a rather...interesting spin on things.

Relive High School with the Surviving High School iPod Game

High school was when we all went through the best and the worst times of our lives. Relive the old days and bring back all the good (and bad) memories with this role-playing game for your iPod! After all, it's always better the second time around, right?


Squeeze Your Lemons in the Lemonade Tycoon Video Game

Lemonade Tycoon emerged during a time when simulation games were not as popular and tycoon games were relatively scarce. Revisit this old-timer on your iPod or experience it in all of its original glory on your PC!

On This Day In Video Game History: March 10

Here's a bit of video game trivia before we take an even deeper plunge into the past: the first ever video game called "Tennis for Two" was created by William Higinbotham in 1958. But what happened on the 10th of March eleven years ago? Read on to find out!

Nintendo's 3DS Handheld Video Game Console Gives You 3D Without the Glasses

The successor to Nintendo's DS series is finally here: the Nintendo 3DS. This handheld video game console takes gaming to the next level by offering 3D effects without the need for any special glasses!

New Video Game Releases: Week 10, 2011

Here's your dose of the newest video games being released this week. Be your own star in Yoostar2 and experience the classics with Atari's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 on your Nintendo DS. Get your game on with MLB 2011: The Show and shoot your way to victory with Homefront. Lastly, take on another life in the virtual world with this week's RPG releases, Phantom Brave and Torchlight.

What Makes The Razer Switchblade Awesome

If you're into PC gaming, you've probably heard about Razer. Founded in the 1990s, Razer USA is responsible for designing and producing some of the best gaming mice on the market. In 2009, they started making peripherals, as well- these too were met with positive reception.Fact is, these people know what they're doing when it comes to computer games. 

Recently, they've announced plans to design a gaming laptop.

Green Goose Rewards You For Keeping Up With Life

A new program called Green Goose may offer just the incentive that many people need to get back on track with their health goals and household routine.  The system, which is currently in beta, comes with several sensors to monitor different activities such as flossing, going for walks, taking vitamins, drinking water, etc. and plays out kind of like a video game.

On This Day In Video Game History: March 4

Video games have come a long way ever since the first graphical computer game was created in 1952 by A. S. Douglas. Take a walk down memory lane back to March 4, 2000 with this quick blast of video game history from the not-so-distant past.

SpongeBob and the Clash of Triton Video Game Review

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? It's no other than SpongeBob SquarePants! The yellow spongy cartoon character is brought to virtual life in this video game with his sidekick and best friend, Patrick Star. Join the duo as they set out to save Bikini Bottom from Triton and his mutated army of Krabby Patties.