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Wreckateer Free for Xbox Live 10 Year Anniversary

Kinect-powered destruction... free!

To celebrate 10 years of Xbox Live, Microsoft is offering members a freebie of their recently released title, Wreckateer. Using Kinect, Wreckateer encourages players to use their arsenal of special canon balls to destroy a set of medieval structures housing enemy goblins.

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Klassic Mortal Kombat Fight Stick Coming This August

This kontroller gets a flawless old look.

PDP, makers of the officially licensed Mortal Kombat Fight Stick, have just announced the Mortal Kombat Klassic Stick, a re-designed version that features art used in the original Mortal Kombat arcade cabinet.

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Press Release - June 6 Nintendo 3DS System Update Adds Internet Browser, Online Store and Pokedex 3D

Nintendo Offers Free Re-mastered 3D Version of NES Classic Excitebike for Limited Time

REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Nintendo of America has announced that the first major system update for the hand-held Nintendo 3DS™ system will be available in North America the evening of June 6, Pacific time. By installing the free update via a wireless broadband Internet connection, Nintendo 3DS users will have access to an Internet browser and the Nintendo eShop, which contains a variety of new content, including Pokédex™ 3D, an application that lets fans see Pokémon™ characters in 3D. To celebrate the grand opening of the Nintendo eShop, Nintendo is offering the NES™ game Excitebike™ re-mastered in 3D as a free download until July 7 for anyone who installs the system update. Upcoming Virtual Console™ content available in the Nintendo eShop includes Game Boy™ games Super Mario Land™, Alleyway™ and Radar Mission™. New content will be added to the Nintendo eShop on Thursdays.

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All PlayStation Network Services to Return This Week

A Sony press release confirms a full return of PlayStation Network functionality, though an exact date still has not been specified.

Sony confirmed today that thePlayStation Network will be fully functional once again some time this week. According to the company, this includes the PlayStation Store, in-game commerce, ability to redeem vouchers and codes, Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity for PS3, PSP, Vaio, and other PCs, and Media Go services. Online multiplayer services have already been restored across all regions, with Asian territories only having returned three days ago on May 28.

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