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Celebrate Gametober at Newegg’s City of Industry Hybrid Center

Join us for fun games, free food, and awesome prizes!

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New Diablo Figurine Exclusive to Newegg for One Weekend Only, Start Your Collection Today!

Newegg is the exclusive retailer of the Diablo Shadow Clone figurine this weekend and many collectors will want to get their hands on one. What makes these toys so collectible?

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A Fight to the FINish: Two Fish Play Street Fighter

#200384493-001 / gettyimages.com In what might just be the most-anticipated gaming showdown in the history of showdowns, Robert the Bruce fights AG.Aquarius in Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting. This isn’t your just your average tournament match, however. This is a match between goldfish. In a similar vein to Twitch Plays Pokemon and Fish Plays […]

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Recap: Install THIS! Build Challenge #1

Last Friday, Newegg TV hosted their first ever Install THIS! Build Challenge at Newegg’s City of Industry Hybrid Center. A hearty group of loyal Newegg customers were in attendance – with one dedicated fan driving all the way from Victorville, Calif. – for their chance to win a SONY PlayStation 4 and Seagate SSHD. GameCrate and Unscrambled were on hand […]

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The Oculus Rift Consumer Version is Almost Here and It Has Its Sights Set on Hollywood

Is this how we will watch movies in the future? When Palmer Luckey invented the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset in 2012, his intention was to create a head-mounted display that allowed users to immerse themselves into their video games. This new technology appealed immensely to gamers and Oculus VR was able to fundraise over […]

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Tetris Turns 30: How the World’s Favorite Puzzle Game Came to Be

30 years ago today, a Russian video game designer named Alexey Leonidovich Pajitnov invented Tetris while working as a computer programmer for the Dorodnitsyn Computing Centre of the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Although Pajitnov had no formal video game design training, he often programmed games in his spare time to test new equipment using simple […]

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Nintendo is Skipping E3 (Again)

The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is one of the biggest video game trade shows in the industry. Every major company from Activision to Zynga makes the annual trek to this premier event to showcase the latest in video game technology. Tens of thousands of people attend from over 100 countries and the list of attendees […]

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Win the Ultimate Gaming Internship with Complexity Gaming

L337 Gaming, XFX, and Newegg are teaming up to offer you the chance of a lifetime: an all-expenses-paid trip to MLG Anaheim to be a member of Team Complexity as an intern! Major League Gaming is returning to the west coast and will be featuring hundreds of the best players from around the world. One […]

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Looking Back on Nintendo’s Game Boy 25 Years Later

The Game Boy setup was simple: up, down, left, right, a, b, start, select, and a 2.6-inch olive-green screen. When it launched in Japan on April 21, 1989, at the price of 12,500 yen ($121 USD), it immediately sold out of its first batch of 300,000 units. The Game Boy was an instant hit. By […]

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Sony Unloads 9.5 Million Shares of Square Enix, Future of Company is Uncertain

UPDATE: Tech Radar mention has been rewritten for clarity.  In an effort to cut costs, Sony has announced they are selling their entire stake of video game company Square Enix. The message was delivered yesterday on a very short press release written in Japanese and doesn’t delve into any details. Sony had been an investor in […]

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