I’m a big fan of Fallout and have played the series for years. I’m Jonesing badly to get hands on Fallout 4, but I haven’t had time yet. ThinkGeek has some cool new collectibles that will be perfect stocking stuffers for Fallout fans.
If you are the sort of gamer who is always after the most realism possible, we have something you might want. What you see here aren’t candles, they are Adventure Scents and are designed to bring more realism to your RPG gaming.
Dice really have not changed much through the centuries. It is probably about time we gave them a modern makeover. Maybe even a futuristic makeover. An architect named Kacha has done just that with the Ako Dice.
I like waffles, video games, and computers so this is a trifecta for me. Nexon is a company that makes video games and it has a computer museum in South Korea. At that museum is a café that serves up some very cool treats for visitors to snack on.
There are some very cool mods for the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V out there, but I think this one takes the cake. At least it takes the cake if you love the ’80s time travel classic Back to the Future.
I view birds as the foul demons that they are – ready to crap on my car as soon as I clean it, typically right on the door handle. I also harbor an unhealthy fear that one of those birds will crap on me.
If you went back to 2001 and peeked into my PC gaming activities on any given day, I’d likely be playing Serious Sam. I loved that game and beat it more than once. I’ve never been much on searching out secrets hidden in the game though; I just wanted to shoot stuff up.
Collectors don’t like to call the action figures they collect dolls. Dolls are for kids, action figures are for anyone who wants to collect them after all. This gigantic Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Link action figure is more of a doll than an action figure to me.
We like some cosplay around these parts, but it’s not all that common to see good cosplay that really looks like the real thing. One of the gang from Love-Squad over on Deviant Art has dressed up like Ciri from The Witcher series and she looks really great.
Geeks can be a strange lot. Take this eBay auction. It’s for a plethora of old SNES game cartridges. The vast majority of them are all for one game. I’m not sure why you would want multiple copies of a single game, but whatevs.
Like Hero Forge, Imagine 3D Miniatures’ Mounted Heroes are an upcoming customizable miniature system based on 3D printing and a user-friendly configurator. While Hero Forge has more diverse characters and more importantly is already up and running, Mounted Heroes does have an ace up its sleeve: mounts.
Way back in 2013, we talked a bit about some gaming cartridge flasks that were on Kickstarter seeking the money to come to market. Like many projects on Kickstarter, we promptly stopped following it once it raised the money it needed.
I love games where you get to battle it out with giant robot mechs. I grew up on MechWarrior and loved that game. However, I have never been a console gamer, which explains why I have never heard of Steel Battalion.
ThinkGeek has what may be the greatest way to access your favorite games on Steam. It’s called the Steam-Powered Gaming Cabinet and it is literally powered by steam. Archer would have a field day with this thing.
A new Halo game is kicking off its closed beta in Russia. The game is called Halo Online and it has no campaign mode. 343 Industries says that the game is an attempt to get more people into the Halo universe and it will be a free game.