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Xbox 360: 10-Year Lifespan
Microsoft executive Shane Kim says the company plans to keep the current hardware of the Xbox 360 on store shelves until 2015, matching Sony's pledge. The original PlayStation lasted for more than 11 years after its debut.
Posted: June 5, 2009

Sony Reveals PSP Go
What Sony deemed themselves as 'the worst kept secret of E3 2009,' Sony revealed the PSP Go, which they plan to ship in two colors on October 1st. The PSP Go will feature a slide-out control panel to make the device smaller and more pocket-friendly.
Posted: June 4, 2009

Kobe Bryant Covers NBA 2K10
L.A. Lakers MVP Kobe Bryant will be on the cover of NBA 2K10, per an announcement by 2K Sports today.
Posted: June 4, 2009


Microsoft & Sony Try to Match Wii
This week at E3 2009, both Microsoft and Sony revealed their own attempts at adding motion sensing capabilities to their system. Nintendo's Wii has been extremely successful for their new approach to gaming and Microsoft and Sony seem eager to try to match the Wii's success. Both devices are still in the early stages of development; Microsoft's Project Natal will feature no control and will have a video monitoring device sit below the TV set. Sony's will feature a handheld device with buttons similar to the Wii's controller.
Posted: June 5, 2009

Nintendo Reveals Black Wii
Nintendo announced today that the Will will be available in Black in Japan this fall. They will also be releasing a red DSi which will be launching in Japan July 11th. Prices will remain the same as their counterparts.
Posted: June 4, 2009



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