Dreaming big: some people take it literally. Case in point, YouTuber Michael Pick, who dreamed of a giant Xbox Series X console, then constructed this 600% version measuring 6 feet tall, 3.41 feet wide, and weighing 250 pounds.
With the Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5 in the works, it’s an exciting time for the future of console gaming. We know that both consoles will tout impressive hardware, and backwards compatibility with today’s games, and now Microsoft is showing off the detailed specs and internals of its next-gen console.
Following in the footsteps of Nintendo, Sony has announced a new plug-and-play console based on one of its classic gaming systems. While it looks just like the original PlayStation, the PlayStation Classic is 45% smaller than the original, in large part because it doesn’t have a CD-ROM drive.
Game console makers have been rushing to get their consoles ready to get into China after the announcement that consoles would be allowed to be sold in China after being banned since 2000. China had banned the consoles because it claimed that the game systems had bad health effects for gamers.
I haven’t watched a wrestling match since the days of André the Giant and the Hulkster back in the 80’s. I know tons of people still like the WWE and spend lots of money to see the wrestling matches in person and on pay-per-view.
The first major purchase I made after college was a Neo Geo game console. The thing was about $500 when I bought it and I thought it was the best graphics that would ever be. Today my iPhone looks better, but I still remember that Neo Geo.