Nintendo’s upcoming console sounds like it may be far from perfect. Even hardcore fans are starting to see its flaws. Beyond concerns about its technical capabilities, it’s biggest flaw may be the online service that will accompany the console.
Dancing Groot is back! Hasbro has unveiled a new figure, which I like to call Dancing Groot 2: Electric Boogaloo.
This sound-detecting and limb-shaking Groot collectible stands 11.5-inches tall. It lights up when it plays and dances to a music clip from the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
Pokémon fans probably know that Magikarp is pretty damn useless. In Japan, a new snack in the shape of the Magikarp has turned up, and it may be the most useful evolution of the character.
It’s available at a Taiyaki shop called Kurikoan and is called Koiking-yaki.
I remember when E.T. came out at the theater when I was a kid. I wanted to go see it so bad I couldn’t stand it, but my parents wouldn’t take me. Instead, I had to wait the average 97 years it took movies to land on video back in the ’80s to see it.
The other day, I talked a bit about a new NERF gun that shoot balls at up to 70mph. I admit there is something poetic about being able to shoot an opponent in the balls with a ball, but I still prefer darts.
It always surprises me how little thought people put into their beds despite the fact that poor sleep can ruin everything about your life. I’d bet I’m not the only married person who has a significant other who likes a drastically different temperature than I do in the house.
If Chewbacca were a gamer, this is what he would be wearing throughout the original trilogy. You’ve gotta love this Nintendo controller bandolier created by Etsy shop 1UpForge.
It is made up of nonfunctional NES, SNES, N64, Game Cube and Wii controllers.
By now we are all familiar with Boston Dynamics’ menagerie of impressive, yet frightening robots. From self-balancing, self-correcting robot “dogs” that are walking nightmares, to weird looking humanoids. Now meet Handle, another creepy robot. This one runs around on two legs and two wheels.
Look at this picture. Yes that is a giant Final Fantasy sword with a fork at the end. With it you can slay yourself some delicious noodley dinner.
Apparently, the only way you can get this 24″ long fork is by winning a contest in Japan.
Fans of Rick and Morty know all about Mr. Meeseeks. This friendly character was created to appear with the push of a button, solve a simple problem, then quickly extinguish itself. His genetic composition and mental health were never engineered to handle the complexities of a life outside of that single purpose, and sticking around for too long causes Mr.