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The world's first Android TV built for gaming. Photo: NVIDIA

The world’s first Android TV built for gaming. Photo: NVIDIA

Android-powered games consoles are almost always a big disappointment, but gaming giant NVIDIA is confident it can change that with the Shield console, a $199 set-top box that’s determined to bring you better games.

Gamers, get excited.

Gamers, get excited.

NVIDIA has issued invitations for a March 3 event where it will show off a revolutionary new gaming device that has been “more than 5 years in the making.” The device promises to redefine the future of gaming, but will it feature the company’s exciting new Tegra X1 chipset?

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If you grew up in the ’80s, you probably have very fond memories of retro video gaming, when everything was 8-bit and 3D was merely a dream. Things have come a long way since then, but we gamers still can’t get enough of retro 2D platform games that we can pick up and play at any time on our handheld devices.

And what better way to do that than with a physical controller designed to look and feel just like that of the original Nintendo Entertainment System? The NES30 connects a whole bunch of Bluetooth-compatible devices to enhance your gaming experience, and for a limited time only, you can get yours with 25% off, thanks to Cult of Android Deals.

These games will keep you awake for weeks. Photo: Outlast by Red Barrels

These games will keep you awake for weeks. Photo: Outlast by Red Barrels

If dressing up as a ghost and going to a party doesn’t quite give you the fright you were hoping for on Halloween, how about staying in and scaring yourself silly with some of the most terrifying games you’ll ever play? We’ve picked out eight classic horrors that are guaranteed to give your the creeps, whether you’re playing on console, PC or smartphone.

So, turn off the lights, wrap yourself in your favorite blanky, and tell your neighbors to ignore your screams.

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A new concept by product designer Samuel Herb shows the vast potential of Google’s Project Ara modular smartphone, which will start hitting the markets in early 2015. This concept appeals to the gamers and shows a hinged controller with a complete set of gaming buttons available on the front along with the traditional R and L buttons on the back of the device.

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