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  • Namco Bandai offers fans free Tekken tattoos

    Yes, you read that right. To celebrate the launch of Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Namco Bandai has partnered with Frith St. Tattoo studio to offer five die-hard, UK-based Tekken fans the chance to be inked with an image of their favourite beat ‘em up. Remember, kids: tattoos are permanent.

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  • GamesAid Cycle Challenge - Cat and co in video drama

    NCsoft’s Cat Channon and seven other games trade bods cycled from gamescom to Brighton last month, covering over 500km. You can watch a PlayStation Access documentary of it below. The gruelling charity effort raised over £10,000 for GamesAid, leaving a broken, happy team on Brighton beach after three days in the saddle. You can donate […]

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  • Guild Wars 2-sponsored bike ride enters final leg

    NCSoft PR head Cat Channon, Mark Allen (Kalypso), David Priestman (Future), James Beaven (Indigo Pearl), Nick Haywood (Kuoda), Graeme Struthers (GetGamesGo), Nathan Ditum (Future) and Sarah Ditum (freelance) are cycling back to the UK from gamescom in an effort to raise money for the GamesAid charity. They’re going to be back in Britain tomorrow after […]

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  • Critical Path documentary speaks to gaming greats

    Critical Path, a documentary focused on speaking to established games designers, has been announced and trailered. It’s a “transmedia project exploring the art, philosophy, politics and psychology of video games, starting with an online video archive of interviews with video game’s most influential designers and visionaries.” The trailer shows Sid Meier and friends waxcing lyrical […]

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  • "ShagaGamer" site lets "gamers and geeks meet up for no-strings attached sex"

    This exists. Shag A Gamer is a dating site from the people that make Date A Gamer, apparently. I would write more, but I can’t. “Thanks,” Eurogamer.

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  • Oculus Rift VR headset aims to be Kickstarter funded

    Oculus Rift, a virtual reality head-mounted display (HMD) designed by Palmer Luckey and backed by John Carmack, will see its Kickstarter appeal begin around July 19, according to the designer.

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  • Lulzsec hacker group members plead guilty

    Two British computer hackers operating under the group name of Lulzsec have pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy related to attacks on websites belonging to Sony, Nintendo, the NHS, and various other institutions.

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  • Capcom to open Resident Evil-themed restaurant next month

    Capcom has announced it’s to open a themed Resident Evil restaurant in Japan beginning next month.

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  • Razer refreshes Naga MMO mouse for 2012

    Razer’s announced a refresh of the Naga MMO mouse. The 2012 version will come with a redesigned anti-slip, fingerprint-fighting finish, three interchangeable side panels and a re-optimised button placement. It’s out now in the US and EU, with the rest of the world to follow in Q2. Thanks, Engadget.

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  • MadCatz talks new product line-up at Gadget Show 2012

    MadCatz’ Alex ‘The Big Boy’ Verrey talks to Sam Clay at The Gadget Show 2012 on the company’s latest line-up of accessories.

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  • PS3 hacker George "Geohot" Hotz arrested for marijuana possession

    Sony couldn’t bring him down, but Texas law sure could.

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  • Major League Gaming raises $13 million

    Games tournament specialists Major League Gaming has raised $13 million for its business, according to VentureBeat. The news is yet to be formally announced, but a SEC filing shows it has raised $11.3 million so far. More at the link.

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  • Portal replica guns still inbound despite cancelation worries

    NECA has confirmed it still intends to release a line of replica guns from Portal, despite worries overnight it had canned the release of it in the US. The release is being planned for sometime between May and June. Thanks, Joystiq.

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  • Space gaming: Apple patents ultra-thin keyboard, "meteorite" keys possible

    Apple’s applied for a patent related to a single lever mechanism keyboard that could allow for glass, wood, stone, and even “polished meteorite” to be used as the material for the keys themselves.

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