Rare Legend of Zelda Game Makes History, Sold for Record $870,000 at Auction

A sealed, rare version of the famous Nintendo game “The Legend of Zelda” sold for a stunning $870,000 at auction on Friday July 9, making it the most expensive video game ever sold, according to Heritage Auctions. The Dallas, Texas-based auction house states this latest sale had easily broken its own previous record for a … Read more →

Console Chaos – Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft all plan releases

Console Conundrums afoot While the gaming console market has long seemed a calm and serene space with the obvious contenders to choose from, it appears that the manufacturers have decided to mix things up a bit and announce an incredulous 5 new devices that have just entered or will be making their debut in the … Read more →

Official: iPhone OS 4 With Multitasking Coming Summer 2010

In an event today, Apple has at its headquarters in Cupertino announced features of the new iPhone OS 4, to be released during Summer 2010 (comes to the iPad during Fall). Steve Jobs took the stage to tell how Apple has won the J.D. Power award three times in a row, for highest customer satisfaction. … Read more →

Top 10 Most Hyped Gadgets Of All Time

PC World combined a list of what they believe are the top 10 most hyped IT products of all time: 1. Apple iPad As Steve Jobs showed at his keynote presentation when announcing the iPad, “The last time there was this much excitement about a tablet, it had some commandments written on it” – The … Read more →

More Than Half Of The Microsoft Xbox 360 Breaks

Microsoft Xbox 360Xbox 360 is a bittersweet success for Microsoft. Although the machine is the second most selling and so far keeps up with the very hyped Playstation 3, the cost has been high. First there was the Red Ring Of Death (RROD) issue, when a hardware failure meant that virtually all of the Xbox’ had to be replaced. In light of this, Microsoft extended warranty to three years.

But the errors didn’t stop there. A software update in the spring meant multiple machines went bust, again.

Now the magazine Game Informer investigated how widespread the problem really is. They sent questionnaires to 5,000 readers, and the results doesn’t look too good for Microsoft. 54.2 percent of Xbox 360 consoles break. By comparison, only 10 percent Playstation 3 and Wii 6.8 percent breaks.

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