Destroy the brigade of rapidly moving aliens before they mow down your bases! With this festive Space Invaders sweater, you’ll be equipped to blast blocky 8-bit invaders with your laser cannon everywhere you go.
An army of little invaders is here to celebrate the season, while the giant alien in the middle is ready to stomp a bunch of pine trees, which also happens to be the easiest way to chop them down for Christmas trees.
Coffee and video games don’t generally mix. After all, reaching down from your controller in the middle of a game to grab a sip usually results in a nasty mouth burn or hot coffee spilled all over the place.
Are you a Nintendo freak? Then you probably have spent your fair share of time with Mario and his pals. Now, you can bring a little bit of the Mushroom Kingdom to your own kingdom with this duo of fun lamps from ThinkGeek.
While it wasn’t the first handheld game system, the Nintendo Game Boy was the first one that really mattered. Despite the limitations of its green and grey LCD screen, it offered up a smart design, and some truly addictive games.
I spent a whole lot of time and a whole lot of quarters in arcades when I was a kid. Now that I’m a grown-up and make a halfway decent living, I’ve got my own custom-built MAME cabinet in my mancave, so I can play all of my favorite games whenever the mood strikes me, and without spending any more quarters.
Japan is home to some wonderful creations. One of the more popular franchises of the past decade has to be Hatsune Miku, a fully digital J-Pop musician, whose vocals are created synthetically. The vocaloid singer’s voice has been featured in over 100,000 songs, has sold out digital concerts around the world, and even has her own GT series race car.
Being a geek, I don’t cut my pizza with a normal knife or pizza cutter from Walmart – that would be lame. I have a sweet Starship Enterprise pizza cutter that I prefer. If you geek bent leans more towards Nintendo than Star Trek, this Poke Ball pizza cutter is just the thing to cut your favorite pie.
Jon Snow has had a rough life. First he was a bastard, then his mom hated him, and his ginger hottie got killed, and he died that one time. Now he’s King of the North, but he didn’t ask for that mind you.
I’m not a fan of facial hair, cats, or anything else scratchy. I eschew beards for more than a few days because I’m not going to be itchy for the sake of style. I also don’t like cats, because they are complete dicks.
Back in the day, we kept all our varied dice for playing D&D tossed inside one of those purple Crown Royal whiskey bags. We thought we were so cool, but that bag was as close as we got to adult beverages for many years.
Deadpool was the single greatest cinematic masterpiece ever made. In the movie, he has some random products that turned up that totally fit the Merc with a Mouth’s demented personality. Thanks to ThinkGeek you can own some of Deadpool’s stuff for yourself.
You haven’t really lived in Fallout 4 until you find yourself some Fusion Cores and some working T-60 power armor. With those items you are ready to stand toe-to-toe with the worst mutants and other enemies in the wasteland.
I always wanted to learn to paint despite the fact that I have little artistic talent. I watched a lot of Bob Ross on The Joy of Painting growing up, and he always seemed to make creating an awesome landscape look like it was dead simple.
Steampunk fans needing a cool watch to go with a costume or just wanting something to wear around all the time will want to check out this Entropy Calibrator watch. It looks like something the main character in an HG Wells book would wear while on a time jaunt.