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Nintendo 3DS

And we thought the DSi XL was squeezing every drop out of Nintendo's dual screen platform. The Nintendo 3DS ($TBA) is the company's latest attempt at expanding its DS lineup, with a 3D-capable, 3.5-inch top screen and a 3-inch bottom screen, a motion sensor, gyro, an analog nub, three cameras - two on the back for taking 3D pictures, and a lineup of upcoming games including Kid Icarus, Mario Kart, Ridge Racer, and Kingdom Hearts. Dorky glasses not required.

  • Mad Catz Cyborg F.L.Y. 9 Wireless Flight Stick

    We're not going to say you'll look like a tool when using this thing, because if you're in the market for the Mad Catz Cyborg F.L.Y. 9 Wireless Flight Stick ($100), you probably don't give a damn. Made for the Xbox 360, this insane peripheral is the first flight stick given Microsoft's official 360 seal of approval, and features robotic looks, cyborg-worthy accuracy, and the ability to adjust the handle length, head angle, and handle rake angle, which either means the angle at which the handle protrudes from the base, or the "angle" it's going to use when trying to extort money from you for cleaning your yard.

  • PlayStation Move

    Move over, Wii. The PlayStation Move ($100) is bringing motion-based gaming to the PS3, in full 1080p glory. The system will use a main motion controller, a "sub-controller," like a more advanced version of the Wii's nunchuk, and the Playstation Eye camera to offer precise detection of movement, angle, and absolute position in 3D space, which should make for some really competitive games of Virtua Tennis. As for the weird ball thing on the end of the main controller, it helps with motion tracking, lights up in different colors to notify you of stuff, and is made from some soft/squishy rubber material, which will hopefully result in less idiots chucking their controllers through the front of their flat screens.