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Mash-up Review – Army of Two: The 40th Day

The assembled game critics team-up to take on EA’s latest co-op shooter Army of Two: The 40th Day in our Mash-up Review.

Salem and Rios teach us an important lesson about friendship as they make their way through decreasingly scenic, increasingly war-torn Shanghai, adding their bullet-holes and shrapnel to a situation that’s quickly getting out of hand. Only by relying on their greatest resource – each other – can they hope to survive.

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ATI Radeon HD5670 delivers DirectX 11 graphics for less than $100

After releasing the most powerful video card in the world (HD5970 live pics here), ATI seems to have concentrated their work on the low-budget segment. The first dirt cheap, but capable Radeon will be the HD5670, offering DirectX11 support, GDDR5 memory and Eyefinity multi-display technology.

Price you ask? Under $100, ATI will tell you.

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Alienware announced the first 11-inch powerful gaming laptop

The Alienware has just announced the most portable gaming laptop ever. The 11-inch Alienware M11X will pack a powerful Intel Core2Duo processor (unknown at this stage), DDR3 RAM, and a NVIDIA 335M graphic processor with 1GB DDR3 video memory.

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I finally got my dirty hands on a Radeon HD5970 and it’s here to stay

Remember the post I wrote about the announcement of the world’s most powerful video card? Yes, I am talking for the ATI Radeon 5970, which is made of two HD5870 cores. Well, I finally got it in my hands today.

Check out more of its live shots.

[GSMArena]

10 minutes with Nexus One!!!!!!!!

You may have already watched a blurry clip of Nexus One on a2ztech, but this 10 minute video will blow you away. This guy has gone through more or less every major feature of the phone. And I must say, this phone rocks. The response is lightning fast thanks to the 1 Ghz Snapdragon CPU inside. Somebody please gift me this on my b’day.

Avatar Review: Yes, It Changed Everything After All

Put simply, Avatar is the most visually fantastic film I’ve ever seen. It will be hailed as the groundbreaking 3D release of its time while setting a new standard by which all blockbusters are measured. Yes, it’s that good. I’m not going to talk about plot (or that I thought to myself, Dances with Wolves in space more than once). I’m not going to talk about dialog or pacing (or that the limited narration was totally unnecessary). There are other reviews, more reviewy type reviews, that have all that covered. I’m not going to spoil anything, either. Heck, I’m not even going to talk about Avatar…not just yet.

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