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Archive for November 2006

H2O Audio announced that it has begun shipping its new H2O Audio for iPod nano Gen 2. The H2O Audio for nano Gen 2 players is the latest addition to H2O Audio’s proven and globally popular line of adventure sport accessories for iPod music players.

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Aspyr Media announced today they will publish Prey for Macintosh with an anticipated release in January 2007. Prey is licensed by 2K and is being developed for Mac by Aspyr Studios.

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DanLab Games develops games for the Mac and Windows platforms. Their latest release is a beautifully rendered miniature golfing game that offers fun and entertainment at an affordable price.

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Saitek A-350 wireless headphones were designed to help you leave those tangled up headphone wires behind. Using a transmitter with a standard audio jack that plugs into your Windows PC, Apple Macintosh computer or your portable media players (such as the Apple iPod, Sony PlayStation Portable).

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Included in Star Wars: The Best of PC are: Star Wars: Empire at War, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars Battlefront, Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, and Star Wars Republic Commando. In addition, a 14-day trial of the popular online experience, Star Wars Galaxies, is included in the package.

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Take-Two Interactive Software announced twenty games in development for the PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system, with more than seven titles from Rockstar Games, including Grand Theft Auto IV which is expected to be in North American stores on October 16, 2007 and European stores on October 19, 2007.

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Sony Computer Entertainment
’s NBA 06 provides a full dose of NBA action with complete rosters with all of your favorite all-star players like LeBron James, Shaq, Kobe, Kevin Garnett, Tim Duncan as well as this season’s rookie crop like Raymond Felton, Marvin Williams and Sean May.

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