Yep, you’ve heard the Super Mario Bros. theme a million times. Now make it a million and ONE with this rendition performed by a couple of credit card terminals by the Device Orchestra.
It’s pretty cool and sounds authentic.
Sony has launched a new limited edition game console for its annual Days of Play. This year the console is rather boring to look at after last year’s was a slick blue color. Sony calls this year’s limited edition “steel black,” and it looks like a basic black and gray two-tone.
We’ve seen Boston Dynamics’ animal-inspired robots perform some impressive tasks over the years, from stacking boxes, to doing backflips, to performing sick dance moves, to pulling an airplane. But you can’t expect robot perfection 100% of the time, can you?
Do you take your Xbox gaming seriously? Serious enough to smell like an Xbox? Or at least use Xbox branded deodorant, body spray or shower gel? Well, your wish has come true. Microsoft wants to help you smell like a video game console.
One of the best characters in Game of Thrones was Hodor. He was a simple-minded brute that carried Bran around after the was tossed off the tower by Jamie. We’ve seen Hodor door stoppers in the past, and now here’s something else for your Hodor fans.
Of all the toys that you could give your kid to either terrify them or make them laugh hysterically, the jack-in-the-box is it. But this version doesn’t have the creepy clown inside, it has Deadpool inside.
What’s better than Rick and Morty? Well yeah, a new season, I hear that. But aside from that, if you add in some Dungeons & Dragons action, it makes everything better. And crazier. This officially-licensed Rick and Morty merch is the ultimate crossover.
Arya Stark went from a rather petulant child to a full-on badass over the years on Game of Thrones. Fans of the show who watched the behind the scenes documentary that aired after the finale might have forgotten just how young she was when the show first started.
Pac-Man was the first video game I ever played in the arcade back in the day. I remember not making it very long because I was always trying to gobble up the power pellets, and didn’t do a good job evading the ghosts.
Move over Thanos. The Infinity Gauntlet is no longer the ultimate power in the universe. The Infinity Saucelet is a much more powerful gauntlet. This bad boy was 3D printed by Instagram user unnecessaryinventions. It looks just like the Infinity Gauntlet, but instead of gems it has holders for six fast food dipping sauce containers.
LEGO doesn’t make an official Godzilla set, but it should, and it should look exactly like this guy. He looks awesome, and is pretty smooth considering he’s made entirely of LEGO bricks. This LEGO MOC Godzilla by Redditor u/frenchybricksjunky is just amazing, and arrived on the scene in time for Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
If you are a fan of both the xylophone and Hot Wheels cars, check this out. The guys from 5MadMovieMakers launched a bunch of classic Ford Mustang Hot Wheels into xylophone bars that are hung over parallel tracks, each playing a note as they crash into them.
Like most children during the ’80s, I spent much of my time watching cartoons and going to the movies. One of the bigger franchises back in the day was the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. I always thought they were weird, and the biggest thing I had in common with the Turtles is their love for pizza.
Video game systems and computers from the 1980s had a bad habit of coming in light-colored plastics which all aged quite horribly. Even just sitting out turned many of them yellow, and usage just made it worse.
Drone designer Adam Woodworth has created some cool drones in the past like Imperial Star Destroyers for instance, but this one is even better: a giant LEGO helicopter. It looks like it came out of a genuine LEGO set, except it’s much bigger.