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Rumor: Amazon Android game console in the works

By Andrew Yoon, Aug 09, 2013 8:00am PDT

Amazon may be looking to jump into the increasingly competitive Android console market, joining Ouya, Shield, and Mojo.


Amazon enters game development, releases Living Classics

By Andrew Yoon, Aug 06, 2012 4:30pm PDT

Amazon is the next web giant to jump into the world of social games. The popular internet retailer has unveiled Amazon Game Studios, and "Living Classics," the company's first game.


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YouTube, Amazon Instant Video coming to Wii U

By Steve Watts, Jun 05, 2012 9:18am PDT

Nintendo announced today that the Wii U will support a variety of video streaming services: YouTube, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, and Hulu Plus.


Amazon Instant Video now available on Xbox 360

By Andrew Yoon, May 29, 2012 10:30am PDT

After a brief stint of exclusivity on PlayStation 3, Amazon Instant Video is now available on Xbox 360.


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PlayStation 3 drops to $199 at select retailers

By Andrew Yoon, Apr 20, 2012 4:15pm PDT

Is an official PlayStation 3 price drop looming? Perhaps new SKUs are on the horizon? Two retailers have dropped the price of the PS3 from $249 to $199.


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PlayStation 3 adds Amazon Video streaming

By Steve Watts, Apr 03, 2012 11:45am PDT

Amazon has joined the list of streaming video services available on PlayStation 3 today with the release of the new Amazon Video app.


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Amazon suspends 3DS sales, Nintendo investigating

By Steve Watts, Jul 25, 2011 3:30pm PDT

Online retailer Amazon has suspended shipments of Nintendo 3DS orders due to an unspecified issue. One report claims that Amazon has pulled the product due to loose hinges. Nintendo is looking into the problem.


"Update: Nintendo offers the following statement on the brief kerfuffle to Kotaku: "An internal ..."

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