Gaming

Custom Halo Transformer: So Cool, The World Might Implode

While browsing around eBay, we came upon this incredible custom Halo Transformer. We nearly shat our collective panties. The Transformers Custom Master Chief (AKA Spartan Prime) APC 117 Armored Personnel Carrier (*huff, huff, that was a long one, breathe) has multiple points of articulation and is fully sealed so you can put him in funky poses. The Master Chief himself ...

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Portable Dreamcast: Play Again

Recently we spotted a Portable Sega Genesis system, and now the ill-fated Dreamcast also has a portable system to take on-the-go. The Portable Dreamcast allows you to play any Dreamcast game, with the disk slipping right in the back of the device. Dreamcast was one of Sega’s systems which never quite took off like they expected, but still made a ...

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World Of Warcraft Going Mobile

Months ago we talked about the possibility of WoW on the iPhone. Now, Baris Karadogan, a venture capitalist with ComVentures, is making a prediction that a cut-down version of World of Warcraft might be making its way to mobile gaming. “The game will be different but it will be the extension of the overall experience. So when you have three ...

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Sega Genesis Portable Takes Sonic On The Road

This AtGames Mega Drive Portable allows you to take 20 pre-loaded Sega Genesis games on the road. Featuring a backlit LCD color screen (which supposedly is pretty decent for its small size), the Mega Drive can be played on your TV as well, through a RCA hookup. The Mega Drive features Genesis favorites such as Sonic and Knuckles, Ristar, Alex ...

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World Of Wolfcraft? WolfQuest Lets You Live A Dog’s Life

There have been some interesting attempts in the past to replicate RPG’s to push a certain idea. WolfQuest, a PC game designed by the good people at Minnesota Zoo, allows you to act out the part of a wolf, roaming Yellowstone Park for meat and other wolf needs. Perhaps a mate? The first episode, called “Amethyst Mountain” is aimed at ...

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Clerks Wii Case Mod: I’m Not Even Supposed To Be Here Today

We’ve seen our share of awesome Wii-themed mods, including the Bloodstained Manhunt 2 Wii Case Mod, and even a mod for the Wii’s peripherals, like the Power Glove Wiimote mod. This case mod was commissioned for Kevin Smith himself, based around the ultra-geeky cult following of the movie Clerks. Featuring figurines of the four main characters of the movie on ...

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What if Monopoly looked like this?

You know the classic bored game Monopoly? One session of that game takes like 6 hours to play before someone dominates the bored. Something tells me those hours would seem much shorter if the game cards were like these. It’s a nice mix between a reality-show based Life bored game and the classic Monopoly. Sure to make your confidence fall ...

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Metro-Wardrive Takes On Urban Location Gaming

Metro-Wardrive is a game that adapts to your location, providing a map based on a user’s location in a urban center. All the local SSIDs are integrated into the game as enemies which try to capture your “wardrive-cristal”. As long as you move around, you’ll never get the same game map twice, allowing for a complete new experience everytime you ...

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Sudokube Scares The Hell Out Of Your Brain

Mixing together the design of Rubik’s Cube and the brain-teasing mathematics of Sudoku, the Sudokube is a puzzle that your brain might be too scared to even attempt. The product page claims this toy is for Ages 5 and up. What sort of 5-year-old is capable of solving this and where does he live? So I can kick his scrawny ...

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Touch-Screen Gameboy Color Mod Brings Pokemon To A Whole New Level

Alright, check it out fellow gearheads. The Gameboy Color might be ancient by modern standards, but there was a time wher every 9 year-old on the block had one of these. And if they didn’t? They were laughed at for being girly men. Trust me, I’d know. Mash-Mods has created a Gameboy Color unit with a touch-screen module built right ...

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