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Forza Motorsport 3's Full Car List Revealed, Plus Bonus Free DLC

Forza Motorsport 3 is already launching with an incredible amount of content, with over 400 cars and 100 tracks available from the get-go. However, for those buying the game early, Microsoft and Turn 10 are offering a nice bonus: the Motorsport Legends car pack, available on a unique code included with the game. The free DLC adds 10 vintage classic cars: the '65 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA, the '64 Aston Martin DB5 Vantage, the '81 BMW M1, '60 Chevrolet Corvette, the '69 Dodge Charger, the '57 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa, the '80 Fiat 131 Abarth, the '67 Lamborghini Miura P400, the '71 Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R, and the '65 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe, as well as two new tracks: the Benchmark High Speed Ring and Sidewinder Proving Ground. But what vehicles will they be joining in-game? Well, wouldn't you know it, but Microsoft and Turn 10 have revealed the full list of all the cars you'll be able to take for a test drive in Forza Motorsport 3. Check out the ridiculously long list after the cut. Read More


Cobalt Flux Introduces Innovative New Wii Gun Shell

Looking for a way to improve your firing technique on the Wii? Is the Perfect Shot too mundane for you, and the Wii Zapper simply too strange? Then perhaps Cobalt Flux has the answer for you! The "Dark Ops Wii Light Gun" is an interesting piece that gives you a more gun-styled grip, but thanks to "Fresnel light-bending technology," you have access to all of the buttons on the Wii Remote itself, perhaps making it an ideal choice, even for games such as Metroid Prime 3, where using anything other than just the Wii remote is unwieldy. Read More


Give Gamestop Your Money Now, Get a DS Later

Even with the brand new DSI coming out next year, Nintendo is still selling millions of DS Lites all over North America. So many in fact that Gamestop, the world's largest video game retailer, can't quite seem to keep them in stock. Being the nice guys that they are, they're giving you a chance to give one of your loved ones a DS Lite for Christmas without actually... well... giving them a DS Lite for Christmas. Much like their Wii promotion from last year, Nintendo has teamed up with Gamestop to give out redemption cards which can later be traded in for the system when it is in stock. No exact date is given on when they'll be receiving more product but the projected delivery date is sometime between December 28th and January 15th. Check the link for the full press release. Read More


Nintendo World to Launch Professor Layton and the Cobalt DS

Today, Nintendo announced the celebration of not only the Cobalt/Black DS, but also Professor Layton and the Curious Village at the Nintendo World Store in the Rockefeller Plaza of New York from 1-3pm on Sunday, February 10th. In addition to a chance to get a first look at Professor Layton, fans will also have the opportunity to take part in a game play tournament, and live Professor Layton puzzle challenges to win prizes, including the Cobalt/Black DS itself. All ages are welcome to attend at the Nintendo World Store, located at 10 Rockefeller Plaza in New York, NY. You can also call 646-459-0800 for details. Read More


New Color Officially Announced For Nintendo DS Lite

In an official press release today, Nintendo of America announced their latest addition to the growing catalog of Nintendo DS Lite colors: Cobalt/Black. The new color is set to arrive in stores on February 10th, joining the likes of Polar White, Coral Pink, Onyx, Crimson/Black and the limited-edition Gold and Metallic Rose. "Now there's a Nintendo DS color to complement any outfit." Nintendo adds "Nintendo DS just finished 2007 as the best-selling video game system in the United States, with more than 8.5 million sold last year alone. Since it launched in November 2004, Nintendo DS has sold more than 17.6 million in the United States. Its smart looks, innovative touch screen and voice recognition features, and remarkable software have reinvented the way people think about video games while attracting girls, women, baby boomers and seniors to the world of video games in record numbers." Read More