Check Out This Wii U GamePad-Like Controller For Other Consoles

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Advanced Gaming Innovations is working on a new gaming controller that looks similar to the Wii U GamePad. The “Cross Plane” will also have some of the same functions as Nintendo’s touch-screen controller, and is designed to support PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Ouya. It will allow users to play an entire game strictly on its screen, akin to the Wii U GamePad’s Off-TV Play feature. The Cross Plane is currently seeking funds on Kickstarter. Read some of the project’s description below:

“The Cross Plane” is the worlds first multi-platform WVI (Wireless Video Interface) gaming controller that brings a new angle into the way we play modern video games. Designed to support gaming platforms like XBox 360, PlayStation 3, OUYA and PC, “The Cross Plane” puts your favorite games from your favorite platforms right to the palm of your hand, all in beautiful Hi-Def quality!

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Amazon Japan Sells Out Of Pokemon X & Y Nintendo 3DS Bundles In Just Nine Hours

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Amazon Japan has revealed that they sold out of their Pokemon X & Y pre-order bundles in just nine hours as Japanese consumers swamped the online retailer to secure themselves a unit. The popular retailer had an allowance of 100,000 units. The embargo on Pokemon X & Y preorders was lifted at 10am. One hour later the Pokemon Centre bundle with a limited edition golden Nintendo 3DS was sold out. Then at 7 PM, the standard Nintendo 3DS bundle was sold out as well.

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Here’s 151 Pokemon Drawn By 151 Different Artists

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Justin’s Blog on Tumblr has just posted 151 Pokemon characters drawn by 151 different artists via Twitter. The project was a definite success, as within the first 24 hours sign-ups were full. Within the first 48 hours, 80% of the Pokémon were already complete. As you can see every drawing looks unique due to the talent of 151 different artists. You can download the full version of the image, here.

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