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Sony PlayStation 3

Sony PlayStation 3

We've been waiting to bring this one to you for a long time. The Sony PlayStation 3 (starts at $500; Nov. 17) is one helluva mean gaming machine. Powered by the Cell processor, it features an advanced RSX graphics chip, a 20 or 60GB hard drive, Bluetooth-enabled wireless controllers, 1080p output, and a Blu-Ray drive that appears to cost almost as much all by itself as it does shoved in the belly of this beast. With a handful of launch titles confirmed, we're already preparing our schedules for a lot of "alone time" in front of our TV this Winter.

  • Xbox 360 Intercooler

    If you plan to host any 12-hour gaming marathons on your Xbox 360, you might want to invest in a Nyko Intercooler ($20). The snap-on device helps lower the internal temperature of your 360 by increasing the air flow with its three fans. By keeping everything cool, the Nyko Intercooler will also help extended the life and reliability of the 360 components (and we all know how hard a 360 is to come by if yours suddenly dies). The device powers on and off automatically with the 360, and works with your 360 displayed in either horizontal or vertical format.

  • LCD TopGun

    Although this wasn’t a problem we were aware of until very recently, some console and PC light guns don’t work with newer plasma and LCD TVs. The LCD TopGun for PS2, Xbox and PC ($35) was designed with this problem in mind, and is compatible with all TVs — CRT, LCD, plasma, DLP and projectors. Plus, it also supports vibration and features auto-fire and auto reload — so you won’t even hit a snag while shooting up your mindless zombie enemies.