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Category: Video Games

Valve Reanimates Left 4 Dead Shockingly Early, Sequel Later This Year

Valve Reanimates Left 4 Dead Shockingly Early, Sequel Later This Year
Valve isn’t really known for pumping out sequels at lightning pace, like a lot of game companies, so despite all of the bigger news coming out of E3, this is certainly one of the surprises. Not…

Pong Hat, for Playing the Classic Game With Your Eyebrows

Pong Hat, for Playing the Classic Game With Your Eyebrows
Oh, that Arduino. Is there anything you can’t accomplish with an Arduino and a little bit of know-how? Whether your project is of a serious nature, or dedicated to playing Pong with your eyebrows–like this one…
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Project Natal for Xbox 360 Could Put Microsoft Ahead of Wii With Controller-Free Gaming

Project Natal for Xbox 360 Could Put Microsoft Ahead of Wii With Controller-Free Gaming
Microsoft today took the wraps off of their new input device for the Xbox 360, known as Project Natal. The new technology does away with traditional controllers and lets player use their full body to interact…

Judith: Simple Game, Haunting Narrative

Judith: Simple Game, Haunting Narrative
Can you imagine a simple, pixelated game that lasts no more than a few minutes, but still manages to stick with you after you’ve finished? It’s rare when a long, commercial game can produce an emotional…

Space Invaders Soaps Take Over Bathrooms Everywhere

Space Invaders Soaps Take Over Bathrooms Everywhere
Now if you’re a regular reader of Technabob, you know that we’ve spent more than our share of time digging up cool geeky craft over on Etsy. On a recent expedition through the massive online craft…

Wiiearth: Travel the World From the Safety of Your Couch

Wiiearth: Travel the World From the Safety of Your Couch
If you happen to enjoy fiddling around with Google Maps and other similar tools, you might be interested in the homebrew app WiiEarth. Just as with Google Earth, you can zoom around the world, checking out…

Sony Psp Go Pics Leaked – Price and Release Date Revealed

Sony Psp Go Pics Leaked – Price and Release Date Revealed
Check out these photos of the new Sony PSP Go portable videogame console / media player that just hit the Interweb. The PSP Go is a new handheld that lightens the load of the older PSP…

Pac-Man and Galaga Ornaments Perfect for Any Holiday

Pac-Man and Galaga Ornaments Perfect for Any Holiday
Sure, Christmas is almost seven months away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start getting in the spirit really, really early. Especially if you really, really love your retro video games. I first eyed Hallmark’s keepsake…

Wii Set for Fragile Adventure in a Ruined World

Wii Set for Fragile Adventure in a Ruined World
In even more game localization news, the atmospheric adventure Fragile is set for release outside Japan. The moody title follows Seto, a young boy traversing a ruined world in search of other people–any other people. Certainly…

Sega Arcade Cabinets for Miniature Gamers

Sega Arcade Cabinets for Miniature Gamers
For many of us, the days of arcades are long past (and if you’re lucky enough to have one nearby, cherish it!), but we remember plugging in all those quarters with a particular fondness. Well, prepare…

The Western World Finally Going on a Beautiful Safari in Afrika [PS3]

The Western World Finally Going on a Beautiful Safari in Afrika [PS3]
Sony’s stunning safari photo hunt game, Afrika, was left languishing when it came to an English-language release. Sony declined to take the title outside of Asia after it was released last August, but the game has…

Magic Mushrooms Shirt: Mario Caught in a Shady Shroom Deal

Magic Mushrooms Shirt: Mario Caught in a Shady Shroom Deal
Listen kids, too much of anything is bad for you. Look at Mario. You think he’s still as healthy as when he was fighting ol’ D-Kong back in ’81? You all think you’re doing him a…

That’S No SNES Controller: Going Old School for the Xbox 360

That’S No SNES Controller: Going Old School for the Xbox 360
Would you sacrifice that second analog stick for an Xbox 360 controller infinitely cooler (probably) than the one you usually use? What if it gave you an advantage? What if it was an Advantage, as in…

It’S Dangerous to Go Alone! Take Zelda Homebrew.

It’S Dangerous to Go Alone! Take Zelda Homebrew.
Look familiar? Almost, but this is not The Legend of Zelda you grew up with! The Legend of Zelda: The Shards of Light is a homebrew remake for the DS that seeks to expand and improve…

That’S How She Rolls: Girl Builds Custom Katamari Controller

That’S How She Rolls: Girl Builds Custom Katamari Controller
Hackster Queen (of All Cosmos, naturally) Kellbot has created what may become the ultimate Katamari Damacy experience: a spherical controller, so you can roll while you roll. It’s enough to make me want to learn how…

Super Mario World, Sculpted for Permanence

Super Mario World, Sculpted for Permanence
deviantARTist Tsurera is all about geek-inspired sculpture; a peek at her gallery reveals recreations of Nintendo and comic characters, among other things, but this rendering of a level in Super Mario World is among the most…
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