Kotaku's Japan editor Brian Ashcraft is still giddy from having attended the Digital Interactive Entertainment Conference where he hobnobbed with Atari founder Nolan Bushnell and Nintendo demigod Shigeru Miyamoto. There wasn't much news out of the conference, but Bushnell did let the world know he thinks Nintendo's going in the right direction with the Revolution, while the other guys are just driving away real people from gaming.

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Speaking of the Revolution, these might be — MIGHT be — the very first screenshot from a Revolution game. According to Revolution Report, the screens are from a game called Raid Over River, under development by a company that swears by Nintendo.

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Since there aren't very many games out yet for the Xbox 360, consider getting your favorite game rare and collectible faceplates. Our favorite so far is this, a Louis Vuitton knock-off.

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But on top of our Xmas list is this: a Pac-Man Robot game where you control the Man with a remote to chase the ghosts. Sadly, it's being shown as a concept in Japan only so it might never hit the stores. But we're already trying to remember the maze patterns.

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Check out Crecente's instructions in how to get your PSP to play TV. First step: shell out $350 to buy the LocationFree TV base station, which allows you to upload cable TV, DVDs and DVR segments.