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When is a PS3 Slim, not just another console? When you hack it apart and turn the system into a laptop of sorts. This particular mod by Ben Heck forum member low_budget features a “19-inch 1440 x 900 LED/LCD monitor in the lid, attached digitally to the PS3 via an HDMI-DVI connection.” Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

The laptop also features a 2-watt stereo amp and speakers built-in. There’s also no need for an external power supply.

[via TechnabobTechnabob]

You’ve seen countless screenshots and trailers, but does Force Unleashed 2 “right the wrongs of the first game, or is the Force weak with this one?” Continue reading for the video review. Here’s the bottom line:

Anyone looking to turn off their brain for several hours and spam some buttons as a ridiculously powerful Force user will do fine. Some elements, like controls and technical work, are passable.

[via JoystiqIGN]

Activision has released a new Call of Duty: Black Ops single player trailer. However, that’s not the only good news, as GameStop announced that Black Ops “is tracking ahead of last year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, which has since gone on to sell over 20 million copies worldwide.” Continue reading for the video.

[via IGN]

Finally, the first Resistance 3 screenshots and artwork have been released, “painting a wonderfully dark picture of the United States in the grip of the Chimeran forces.” Click here for more pictures. For those who missed the Gamescom teaser, continue reading to watch.

And what of the new protagonist? The screenshots call him Capelli, which makes him Joseph Evan Capelli, Nathan Hale’s squadmate and helper of sorts from Resistance 2.

[via Kotaku]

Early playtesters report that BioShock: Infinite “has a turn-of-the-century, ‘American aristocracy’ feel to it.” This game is set for release on the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC platforms in 2012. Click here for more screenshots.

All the buildings are actually floating in the world and they can actually fall out of the sky with people on it! And you’re fighting fifteen enemies at once.

[via IGN

In James Bond 007: Blood Stone, Bond’s “main tool is a smart-phone with a built-in ARG function and once activated it scans the environment for information, downloading dossiers to be scanned at leisure.” Click here for more screenshots. Continue reading for the combat trailer.

The action takes place in Istanbul early on in Blood Stone’s campaign, and the first thing to notice is how far Bizarre has brought the game since we last laid eyes on it.

[via IGN]

In addition to being reviewed, the guys over at iFixit have already torn the accessory down, finding that there’s “an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a three-axis compass, and a Bluetooth transmitter under the hood.” Video review after the break. Click here for more pictures of the disassembly.

There are three LEDs that make the orb glow when in use. Between those three LEDs just about any color can be reproduced.

[via TechnabobiFixit]