With October underway and the leaves changing colors, Christmas will be here before you know it. If you like to buy gifts early, unlike me, and you have a gamer on your list this might be a fantastic gift idea.
I, like many other gamers, think that loot boxes and microtransactions are two of the worst things that have ever happened to video games. When you buy a game, it should come with ALL the stuff included.
Die Hard is one of the best of the classic ’80s Christmas movies. And if you don’t think Die Hard is a Christmas movie, you are wrong. It’s got Christmas music, decorations, and parties. And Santa Claus.
It’s great to play games on your PC or console, but there are times when you get hassled about spending too much time playing. For those times what you need is this sweet Fallout: Wasteland Warfare board game, which looks like fun, but won’t consume every moment of your waking life.
We’ve watched many a nerd solve a Rubik’s Cube in like 4 seconds flat and we’ve also seen our share of robots that can solve it quickly as well. But until now, a Rubik’s Cube has never been able to solve itself.
Fans of Overwatch love Genji with his slick glowing sword that can shoot dragons. If you love to play as Genji, you’ll want this new replica of his awesome blade. Blizzard is set to peddle a Genji sword that comes compete with scabbard and display rack.
They just don’t make games like Mega Man(Rock Man) anymore. That was a great game. Can you believe that it’s been 30 years since the character first appeared in video games? If I have to feel old, so do you.
I’m not a fan of knick-knacks. They crowd everything and collect dust. I’m more a minimalist sort of guy. Give me simple lines and less stuff and I am happy. Still, I’d make an exception for this sweet U.S.S.
Kim Pimmel is an engineer who also happens to be a filmmaker. He has a cat named “MIDI”, clearly the geekiest cat name ever. His cat does something many don’t – he doesn’t flip out when something unexpected happens, such as giving him a ride on a motorized skateboard.
When my kids were smaller I watched SpongeBob SquarePants with them all of the time. I’m not sure if that makes me a bad parent, a good one, or just a weird one. I remember the Christmas episode of the show where Patrick runs all around slurping on a candy cane.
Out of all of the good old 1980s arcade games, Pac-Man is one that truly stands out, with its simple looking but challenging gameplay, iconic characters, and memorable music and sounds, it’s a true masterwork of arcade gaming that’s still fun to play.
I really miss TV shows from back in the ’80s. So many of those series had cool and iconic cars. Knight Rider was among my favorites. Fans of the show will want to check out this LEGO version of K.I.T.T.
Good news Poké-fans. Build-A-Bear Workshop is getting ready to launch another Pokémon plush character, featuring the wintry white and blue critter Alolan Vulpix.
The $60 set includes a 13-inch Alolan Vulpix plush, a matching fuzzy cape, adorable pajamas, and a sound effect pack.