Now before all of you PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii fans start hating on me for that title, let me say I’m not taking sides in this argument. I own all three consoles and an original iPad, so I’m as unbiased as anyone.
I really love me some PS3. I use the thing for a Blu-ray player in my home theater, and we play tons of games on it. When my original PS3 died late last year, you would have thought the world ended around my house.
Remember the epic suck that is and was the PSP Go? It’s the portable Sony console that uses no cartridges and wanted you to download all of the games like the iPhone. The real suck of the thing was the price and the fact that you couldn’t even import the games you already had for your old PSP.
There’s nothing like decorating your own place, especially the walls. This usually entails wallpaper or paint of some kind. Thankfully, that’s not your only recourse, especially if you love retro gaming. These Blik Asteroids Wall Stickers will quickly turn your pad into a giant Atari game.
I am a big fan of racing games on the PS3, and I have a racing seat that has a platform for my Logitech racing wheel and its pedals. That chair has a seat on it that looks like a racing seat out of a real race car.
I will readily admit that I like to play games on my iPhone. I also admit that I will steer away from any game that doesn’t use normal touch and gesture control. If I have to use those fake on-screen joysticks I won’t play the game.
Redditor Torontoitguy shared a console typing software that he invented. He’s calling it the Circboard, and it’s easy to see why. Letters and symbols are mapped to each of the four face buttons on a controller, while switching between the circles are done using the left analog stick.
The Kinect has gotten a lot of love from the hacker community on the PC, but what about the PlayStation Move?
While not quite as revolutionary as Microsoft’s answer to motion gaming, the Move’s true 1:1 movement tracking can make for some fun.
At a Nintendo meeting last week, company president Satoru Iwata unveiled a necessary accessory for a game that’s on the wrong platform. What am I talking about? The upcoming Pokémon typing tutor game for the Nintendo DS, called Battle & Get!
The video game arcade cabinet is fast becoming a relic of a not so distant past, what with the rise of video game consoles and increasingly powerful and versatile portable video game systems. But a group of Canadian indie developers have turned to the iconic device to bolster their fledgling community.
Looking for a way to make your Xbox 360 stand out without having to do your own casemod? The guys at Calibur11 have come up with a clever solution which gives your new Xbox 360 a bold new look without busting your case open and voiding the warranty.
Video game systems usually get a barrage of third-party accessories – some of them useful and some of them just plain stupid. Gun-shaped add-ons are a staple of a lot of consoles. So is this the validation that the iPhone and the iPod Touch have been waiting for?
When it comes to major gadget releases, nothing’s really a secret any more. So if you’re even a casual browser of tech or gadget websites, I’m sure you know that today, January 27, 2011, Sony is set to announce its next generation portable.
Need a costume for your kitchen alter ego? Bethany Sew & Sew has got you covered. She takes custom orders and makes aprons for men, women and children. Here’s her current must-have creation, the Wonder Woman apron:
Browse the gallery for more of her creations.
Geek’s begat geeks, so between my son and I, we have all three of the major game consoles and more games that a bookshelf can hold. Things get really messy sometimes with all the controllers and consoles fighting for space in the game room.