The Logitech G27 racing wheel is the follow up to Logitech’s wonderful G25 racing wheel that came out a few years back. It is developed mainly for the hardcore gamers who love to experience every bit of the game, and play it in true sense. It is designed to provide the best racing experience to the PlayStation gaming station usersRead more
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Microsoft had some interesting products last night showcased during their opening keynote. Most of it unfortunately ended up being products that we have already seen or demoed. Other than the couple of Slate PC’s they introduced, I think Project Natal was one of the highlights of the whole keynote. MS is quite excited about Natal and
If you have more Wiimotes than you have chargers, then Thrustmaster has your back. A PC and game console accessory maker, Thrustmaster has released two new chargers that will accommodate multiple Wii Remotes at the same time, the T-Charge Stand Contactless + NW and the T-Charge Quattro+ NW. Both chargers are powered by the Wii Console’s USB port.Read more
I love the Wii I received for my birthday last year. I never cease to be amazing by its motion-sensing controls and the remarkable flexibility of the system.
I’m not a golfer in real life but on the Wii… love it.
I’m not a tennis player in real life… but in my den I sure am, thanks to the Wii.
As I’ve tossed out before while talking about the Wolfenstein iPhone releases, my history with Wolfenstein is nearly 30 years old. I’m not sure how I initially found out about it – it could have been an impulse buy at the local computer center – but from the moment I started playing Castle Wolfenstein on my Apple ][+ I wasRead more
So today was 9-9-09, and that got me thinking….
10 years ago today my eyes felt like they were being burned with battery acid, but there was no way they were getting peeled from my TV screen. I was still settling in for my freshman year of college at Ashland University, and much to the dismay of my grades, sleep
We have all heard stories of flawed product designs leading to rampant failures through the years from different industries. In the video game industry, the XBOX 360 is the pinnacle as a product whose ‘lack of failure’ is more of a surprise than having to return it to the manufacturer! Recently Game Informer magazine conducted a survey of owners toRead more
Remember when I told you about all of the cool stuff folks were doing with SackBoy from LittleBigPlanet? Well, our friends at PS3 Maven have alerted us to yet another creative endeavor, this time related to the popular fighting game franchise Street Fighter.Read more
Late last year the PS3 got a very innovative game that wasn’t just appropriate for all ages, but also invited you to use your imagination and creativity in ways beyond most other console games. The game was LittleBigPlanet (commonly referred to as LBP) and the ‘star’ of the game was a character called SackBoy. The game invited you to envisionRead more
Theme creator Elecite is out with a new BlackBerry Theme (OS 4.5+) that changes the look and feel of your BlackBerry to that of an XBox 360 – right down to the circular battery icon used by XBox controllers. No word on whether the “Red Ring of Death” has been added to signal a system crash. Price is $6.99 andRead more
If you were part of the ‘Nintendo Revolution’ that followed the great video game crash of the early 1980′s, you likely have very fond memories of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and Super NES. These consoles remain beloved by many, with loads of the classic games from the era already playable on the Wii Virtual Console.
And while many of
Ok, so I finally convinced my wife into buying a Wii, and being the loving woman she is it was my Christmas gift. Since then on any given day you can drive past our house and see two grown adults swinging their arms around like Orangutans in a zoo…..hehe and if I am quick enough I can open the shades