Is the Nintendo Wii going to get a recumbent bike peripheral sometime soon? From the looks of this leaked marketing slide spotted over on NeoGAF (along with another for a rumored Wii Fit Plus) it sure looks like a possibility.
If you feel the need to ugly up your Nintendo DSi, Takara Tomy has a creative way of managing it: magic film note stickers. What? Exactly.
These Memo Film notepad stickers actually aren’t a bad idea; there’s definitely plenty of reason to take notes while grinding away at one of the DS’s lengthy RPGs.
Want to quickly flip between your favorite games on your Nintendo DS Lite? Check out this handy accessory that lets you choose from 3 different games with just the flick of a switch.
The BLAZE 3-in-1 game selector has triple cartridge bays, and a single ribbon connector that plugs into your DS’ cartridge slot.
Yep, I’ve got an iPhone 3GS, but I have to say that as much as I love that it can shoot video, I still have a tough time keeping the picture steady while shooting. There’s nothing quite like a little shakycam action to make you lose your lunch when you play back your home movies on the big screen.
If you thought that buying the new iPhone 3GS was the only way to get voice control on an iPod, you’re wrong. Thanks to this new accessory, you’ll be able to add voice command to other iPod models too.
Some people find clothes for things that aren’t meant to wear clothes (i.e. everything non-human) cute, perhaps even cool. I’m not as enthusiastic about the idea, but to each his own right? If we already have chihuahua wigs or cat dresses, then I guess gadget clothing isn’t so bad.
Here’s a fun accessory for you retro gamer girls out there.
This old school NES controller purse was handcrafted by artist inhope. The bag was stitched together from pieces of handcut vinyl, and is a dead ringer for the iconic grey, black and red 8-bit controller.
Been invited to a wedding, a business dinner, a funeral, or some other stuffy event, but still want to look cool? Were those 8-bit video game ties a bit too garish for your stuck-up friends? These metal gamer cufflinks are perfect for showing your gamer spirit in a slightly more subtle way.
Nowadays, beta males are considered cool guys. There’s Chuck. There’s Leonard and Sheldon. There’s Justin Long in Die Hard 4.0. There’s Dwight Schrute. Okay maybe not Dwight. But you get it right? And when something is marketed as cool, you can bet your neighbor’s family that the media and the market will milk the living crap out of that thing.
I’ve made it my goal in life to never have another job where I have to wear a suit and tie to work. But if I ever find myself in that situation again, I know exactly what I’m showing up to the office wearing around my neck.
Most of us here in the States know SEGA’s classic 16-bit console as the Genesis. But for the rest of the world, the popular video game system carried the Mega Drive moniker. Now, fans of the retro system that made Sonic the Hedgehog a household name can carry their personal belongings in this Mega Drive inspired tote.
Arcade fans, here’s a great way to dress up your wardrobe and show your gamer spirit at the same time.
The perfect companion to their earlier gamer medals of honor, SuperMandolini is at it once more, this time with these shiny 1-inch round badges that look just like the buttons on an arcade cabinet.
I really think we need to start a new trend. Everyone needs to start wearing cufflinks again (did they ever?) At least that would give me a good excuse go around wearing these retro video game studs on my shirt sleeves.
Who says geek fashion accessories are only for guys? These necklaces are perfect for the gamer girl in your life.
Created by San Antonio’s NBsCloset, each one of these tech-inspired pendants is custom cut and etched from fiber boards using a (frickin’) laser beam.
Other than maybe one of those giant glitzy wresting belts, I can’t think of a more rockin’ thing to wear around your waist than one of these nifty retro video game belt buckles.
Handmade by artist Natalie Hutcheson (aka “HutchMe”), these metal buckles don imagery of famous icons of classic arcade games.
A few years back there was an alarming trend of small purse-like accessory bags (also known as “manbags” or “murses”) being carried by metrosexuals in the trendier parts of town. Regardless of how in touch I am with my masculinity, I could never bring myself to point where I would carry one.