Gaming

Exer-Station: Wii Fit-like Gaming Exercise on Any Console

This is just perfect. And not only because the Wii sucks! Okay, well mostly because the Wii sucks. But we have to hand it to Nintendo. Their little Wii Fit gimmick is a decent idea… in theory. The problem is that their console is a gimmicky pile of junk, which isn’t much help to those of us who need a ...

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Left 4 Dead Cosplay

Left 4 Dead is a smash hit, this is true. But the game has been out for awhile. How do you keep the idea of it fresh besides offering up DLC at random intervals? Easy. A photographer goes out with his friends and recreates scenes from the game. This photoset on Flickr has not only some of the most gorgeous ...

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Noby Noby Boy Coming To iPhone

Noby Noby Boy is a weird bag. I bought it for the Playstation 3 a few weeks ago and have played it intermittently since. I like to get drunk, come home and stretch that penis boy as long as I can get that fucker. After 10 minutes, I upload my length, turn it off and pass out. At this rate, ...

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EA Explains The Sims 3 DRM Scheme

Before you get your molotov cocktails out and start heaving them in the direction of the Electronic Arts offices, stop and listen. We all know what a clusterfuck DRM caused for the game Spore. People bitched quite a bit and this time around, EA is going to listen. On the official Sims 3 blog, Rod Humble from EA just posted ...

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DIY: Banjo Hero

Students at Rochester Institute of Technology were given the task of coming up with an alternative gaming controller last year. The result of one group of tinkerers is called “Oh No Banjo.” It’s an old wooden banjo hollowed out and gutted to become a Guitar Hero controller. Pretty cool, but from the looks of the pictures, these guys need to ...

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GlitchNES: Who Needs Guitars Anyway?

Previously, I showed you how to manipulate video using Pure Data and a MIDI controller. This time around, we’re skipping the computer and all the bullshit. Using a program called glitchNES, you can now alter code in your favorite NES ROM to produce glitchy, hacked video and music. I’d imagine it would be awesome for live performance or video manipulation. ...

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How To Kill Nazis with Your Jailbroken iPhone: Wolfenstein

You must be saying to yourself, “Surely, Gearfuse, you must be mistaken! There’s no way the full and unedited game of Wolfenstein could be available on my iPhone!” Well, it is and it has been released for all jailbroken iPhones and iPod Touches. We’re talking a full port here. Not some half-assed ripoff. You’ve wondered when Nazi-killing would be possible ...

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OnLive Gaming Service Might Shake Up Industry

Coming up with a new, viable idea in gaming is a tough challenge. After all, look what happened to the Phantom console after years of promises. A new service from entrepreneur Steve Perlman called OnLive is looking to challenge the home console as we know it. The basic concept of OnLive is that it takes the powerful game computations that ...

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Fallout 3 DLC Out Today

Hey kids. If you’ve got the Xbox 360 version of Fallout 3, you can now log on to Xbox Live and shell out 800 Microsoft Points for the latest DLC pack, The Pitt. Fallout 3‘s second downloadable content pack features you roaming the streets of Pittsburgh, fighting through nuclear fallout, fires and plenty of diseased mutants. It sounds perfect for ...

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Super Nintoaster Makes SNES Games Om Nom Worthy

Shove your Super Nintendo games right into the toaster and prepare to smother them in butter and jam. The Super Nintoaster brings the pure unadulterated power of toast to the ancient Super Nintendo gaming system. And let’s be honest, this poor console is in dire need of a makeover. Basically what we’ve got here is a working SNES system packed ...

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