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If you’re going to go custom, you might as well go all the way with it–at least, that seems to be the philosophy this modder embraced for this Gears of War-inspired Xbox 360 controller. Not content simply to slap on a custom design, velocitti added the franchise’s logo and brightened up the blood-red skull with a nice LED glow.
Kotaku’s Owen Good likened this concept to Blaster from Transformers. Personally, I’d go with a “V-Tech” comparison, or maybe even “LeapFrog.” You know what I’m talking about – something that my 5-year-old sister (and I do have one) would use to help learn her letters, something big and shiny with oversized plastic buttons.
…and you will probably not be one of them, unless you are rich (or lucky… or, okay, rich).
How does $3500 sound for the price of a swanky 360? Sure, it’s a little high (and will probably go higher), but just look!
Once upon, Rapture might have been an okay place. Sure, that was before our time, but isn’t it always nice to remember the good ol’ days? These lovely BioShock-inspired earrings allow you to do just that, but with class.
Based on personal experience, I would have to guess that most of us have already completed this Xbox 360 achievement at some point in the last couple of years.
This Red Ring of Death achievement T-shirt is bound to draw a few chuckles from your gaming buddies, and maybe a few sobs from the ones who’ve lost a console or two to the dreaded RRoD over the years.
Bento box maker extraordinaire Laura Bento created this edible Xbox 360 controller meal for her husband. The Xbox 360 bento box was made from many items not found in a conventional Xbox 360 – including seedless cucumbers, grapes, japanese yam cakes, egg white, star jelly pudding and teriyaki-flavored SPAM among other delicacies.
Does your girlfriend really love you? You know how you can tell? Did she make you a giant Xbox 360 controller pillow for your birthday, or did she not?
Well some lucky guy named Joe has just that girl.
Felix Domke, who’s also known on the Internets as famous console hacker tmbinc, recently announced that he has ported the SNES9x GX Super Nintendo emulator – originally made for the Wii and the Gamecube – to the Xbox 360.
The bloody hand of Left 4 Dead is one of those images that sticks out–partially, I’m sure, because of the wonderful atmosphere of the game itself, in which those bloody handprints are so often wielded to chilling effect.
If you were paying attention during E3, you probably noticed a prominent new face in the trailer for Mass Effect 2. Newly released screenshots offer a longer, lingering look at Thane, an assassin who’ll be a part of the squad in the upcoming sequel.
These arcade joysticks don’t just look gorgeous, they’re actually only one of two wireless arcade sticks I’ve ever seen for the Xbox 360 (the only other one I’m aware of is Dream Arcade’s new Dream Stick).
Did that Nuka Cola vending machine we just posted get you thinking about Fallout 3? Then you’re in luck, because there’s fresh new DLC, but with it, a bit of bad news for the faithful: Mothership Zeta is the last of the Fallout DLC packs.
This dramatic replacement case for the Xbox 360 is a great way to give your 360 system the much-needed makeover it deserves.
Despite its name, the new XCM Black Light Chameleon case doesn’t actually have a black light in it.
From the minds behind The Maw comes ‘Splosion Man, a colorful action platformer packed with hilarious achievements and visuals that are at times evocative of Wall-E.
You may be able to guess what ‘Splosion Man is about.
Who will win: the gigantor Xbox 360, or the lovable mascots of Nintendo? Unfortunately for Microsoft, the ‘box has been cast in the role of villain in this piece, and you know what happens to the villains….
Okay, perhaps I’m being a little ridiculous with my title there, but I’m torn between thinking this new development from Microsoft is both funny and completely horrible. Microsoft’s adding all sorts of new ads to the Xbox 360 interface, and now there’s a patent for walking billboard avatars who hang around in avatar-supported games.