Bethesda has announced that during the holiday weekend anyone can play the awesome Fallout 4 video game for free. If you haven’t played the game, this is your chance to want Preston Garvey dead along with the rest of us.
This cool Legend of Zelda stained glass light is the perfect way to light up your game room or any room in your house. Just fire up your Nintendo console, turn the other lights out, light a candle or two and play by the light of this simulated stained glass window inspired by The Wind Waker.
If you’ve ever played the video game Octodad, you know how difficult it can be to perform tasks using tentacles. Sure, a real octopus can open a jar with its spindly legs, but you’re not a real octopus.
I’ve used a number of computer mice over the years, from the rudimentary upside-down trackball types of days gone by, to high-tech wireless laser and multitouch mice. They each have had their time in the sun at my desk, but it’s time to say goodbye to all of them now that I’ve found the SteelSeries Rival 700.
When my mom couldn’t see me when I was a kid, you better believe that I gave my brother the finger a lot. I would use the “feather” gesture when she was watching. When mom was nearby but the feather didn’t accurately portray how much I wanted to pummel him at the time.
I’m a big fan of Fallout 4 and have spent many hours playing the game. One of the weapons you might recognize from the game is this Tesla Rifle. This replica was made by and was made by Wasted Props, and looks like someone stepped right out of the game with it.
If you want to play The Legend of Zelda on something other than a Nintendo console, we have some good news. The Zelda series is headed to smartphones, according to The Wall Street Journal. We just don’t know yet whether this is a port or an entirely new game like Super Mario Run.
Fans of BioShock who need a way to get their lunch to and from work or school will want to check out this awesome Big Daddy lunchbox. It’s one of those metal ones like we loved back in the ’80s and has the underwater drilling Big Daddy on the front.
I remember playing lots of Street Fighter back in the day. Chun-Li was maybe the hottest character to ever be in a fighting game. While she wasn’t quite this exaggerated in the games, she sure is here, complete with that itty bitty waist and that round thang in yo face, to quote Sir Mix-a-Lot.
Goombas have it rough in the Super Mario games. They get no respect at all. They exist simply to jump on and be smashed. It ain’t easy being a Goomba. This Goomba stool from Etsy artist Pixie Brook does not have it much better.
Taking snapshots in game is fun. Many games have this feature nowadays including The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Someone took their snapshots from the hit Nintendo Switch game, and created a fun little coffee table book from them.
…take this pipe wrench. To add to the ever growing number of Monopoly and Clue variants out there, it is now The Legend of Zelda’s turn. Truly a link to the past. I suppose it’s a good time to unleash a Zelda version of the classic murder mystery board game thanks to the success of Breath of the Wild on the Switch.
Of all of the consoles I’ve owned over the years, the one I think I was most passionate about was the SEGA Dreamcast. It offered state-of-the-art hardware, groundbreaking graphical capabilities, and most of all an amazing slate of truly special games.
I like it when people cram powerful gaming hardware inside a cool and custom built computer case. Fans of PC gaming and Star Trek will want to lust after this custom gaming rig. It’s made to look like a shuttle from Star Trek: Voyager.