If you saw the trailer for Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition that was released last year, then you already know that Evil Ryu and Oni Akuma will be playable characters in the game. Now we finally get a glimpse of said characters in action, thanks to arcade junkies who take videos of the game in action.
The Pokéball Soap will catch dirt and grime in just one try.
Unfortunately they don’t contain soap Pokémon, but that hasn’t stopped fans from grabbing all of the stock at Lime Tree. Don’t worry, a new batch will arrive in a week or two.
When it comes to playing video games, I head for the PC anytime it’s a shooter. I like driving and racing games on consoles, but other genres are PC or GTFO for me. One geek has taken his PC and Call of Duty, and then hacked up a system that uses the Kinect, the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to control the game.
Yes we know; gaming PCs can get very hot. There was a time when I had one inside my bedroom and I usually had to turn down the heat when I was playing. Sure, nowadays, you can get liquid-cooled PCs, but an enterprising modder decided to use the cool winter air to get his PC down to manageable temperatures.
Here are two things that might not be that familiar to young gamers: LiveScribe pens are magical little buggers that record written notes and audio. Zork on the other hand, is a legendary interactive fiction-type series of computer games.
We’ve seen Angry Birds migrate from iOS devices to Android, as well as to the PC and consoles. There’s even a board game version coming out. What about the poor BlackBerry owners? They could use the distraction from time to time… although this might not be what they have in mind:
I am a big fan of ThinkGeek, and I am a big fan of mobile gaming with my iPad and other touchscreen devices. When ThinkGeek debuts a new joystick add on for any touchscreen device they have my attention.
Mario has all the headlines this year for celebrating a notable milestone for longevity in the geeky world of video games. But Mario isn’t the only game character that has been around for a long time, Sonic has been gaming for 20 years now.
How often do you play your old NES? I bet you’d play it more if it were a guitar.
That’s right, someone out there got the brilliant idea to take an old NES and convert it into a fully-functional electric guitar.
Oh Sony. Sometimes you act like Brando. Your first generation PS3s are much better than the latter ones in terms of features. I think aside from the latest iPod Nano, the PS3 is the only major electronic product I know of that devolved as the years progressed.
…or at least those who own a MIDI-capable set of drums or keyboard. In case you didn’t know, Rock Band’s gaming peripherals can be crazy expensive. Drum sets can reach as high as $300, and the new money-grabber, the keyboards, can go for as much as $190.
While still popular among many gamers, Dell’s Alienware gaming computers have acquired a reputation of being way too expensive, particularly when compared to similarly spec’d computers. But until this coming Sunday, December 5, you can get one of the line’s most popular members, the m11x, for just $549 (USD).
Do you like racing games and expensive furniture? Have I just got the thing for you! Race-Star Austria is selling the Converttable, a coffee table that transforms into a racing cockpit, complete with a bucket seat, pedals and of course a steering wheel.