A Nintendo 64DD along with all the games that have ever been made for it –all nine of ’em! – are up for grabs on eBay. For those too young to remember, the Nintendo 64DD was an add-on console to the Nintendo 64.
What would have happened if you could have had an iPod, a laptop, or a cellphone all the way back in 1977? Designer Alex Varanese decided to go back in time with his modern gadgets to see what life might have been back some 30+ years ago, but with today’s tech.
These Pac-Man stickers from Moscow are perfect for adorning the back of your iPad, iMac or Mac Book, thanks to the incorporation of the Apple logo as a fruit for Pac-Man to gobble down. From what I recall, the apple was worth about 700 points in the game, so it’s a pretty good bonus opportunity to gobble one of these down.
Are you a Dr. Who fan who also happens to have a lot of money? Well then this is your lucky day. Actually if you ask me everyday is a lucky day for you, since you have a lot of money and there’s a brand new season of Dr.
More and more movies are getting video game tie-ins, but not many are as deserving of a video game counterpart as TRON: Legacy. Coinciding with the release of the movie, TRON: Evolution will also be released in Winter.
I don’t quite know why, but I rather enjoy watching robots dance. Maybe it’s because they’re supposed to be designed to do more serious things like assembling cars, detonating bombs, or performing surgery. However, there’s nothing quite like a little robot choreography as a form of digital entertainment.
While cutting holes in the side and installing interior lighting in the original Xbox 360 has become pretty much the casemodding norm these days, it took a little while for the first original 360 to get modded in this way.
The coaches that were at my elementary school were a special breed of sadists. They used to line up a bunch of first graders, hand us super long jump ropes, then stood back as we tried to jump, got tangled, fell down, and were beat with the ropes of our peers as they flopped around.
While I’ve seen everything from keyboards to LEDs integrated into t-shirts, this is the first time that I’ve seen an actual guitar put into a t-shirt. That’s not all: this funky t-shirt comes even with an amplifier.
The t-shirt is wired up with digitized samples of the major chords from a real electric guitar.
Here’s a sharp contrast to the Kinect demo I talked about yesterday. IGN’s Executive Editor Greg Miller got to try out the PlayStation Move. Unfortunately Miller only had a tech demo with him, unlike yesterday where we saw some wonderful graphics courtesy of Forza.
Japanese mobile content specialists Mobile Art Lab are selling a unique product. It’s a children’s book entitled Popo and Momo RIDE! RIDE!, but it’s actually a combination of two components, one analog and one digital. It has a book-like part that serves both as the frame and as receptacle for an iPhone or iPod Touch where the app is opened.
It is official: It is easier to beat the greatest chess player of all time than to win at Jeopardy!. At least that’s the case with supercomputers. I’m sure most of you have heard of Garry Kasparov’s controversial defeat to IBM’s Deep Blue supercomputer.
Sit back, relax and crank up the volume for these awesome clips video game music and sound effects played on violin by artist Teppei Okada.
Okada’s musical timing is so impeccable that I only wish these had been the soundtracks to the original games.