The NVIDIA SHIELD Console + Remote just might be the game system killer you've been seeking, and you can pick up the bundle for just $174.99 shipped, this week only, originally $249.98. This device transforms your experience from just watching TV to playing TV-powered by Android TV and the latest technologies. The hottest movies and shows in brilliant 4K. Your favorite songs at the touch of a button. And a new generation of great apps and games. GeForce NOW lets you stream a library of new and classic PC games at up to 1080p* resolution at 60 FPS from NVIDIA gaming supercomputers in the cloud. Product page. Continue reading for two more full video reviews and information.
Halo 5 is currently one of the hottest games available, so much so that gamer DeAnna Davis decided to create real-life armor modeled after the in-game suits. "My Halo 5 Kelly 087 is my 10th full suit of armor offically ( not counting projects that included armor work but wasnt a full head to toe ordeal) And the first thing i learned was mobility is most important, (which i learned the hard way since i couldnt bend my knees or sit down in my deamon hunter cosplay xD(my 1st suit ever (go big or go home). But I really took that to heart with this suit so in a little less than one whole month of non stop work i made sure everything was not only easy to move in but pretty comfortable," said Davis. Continue reading for one more pictures.
Limited to just 3,000-units worldwide, this Halo Needler Replica was modeled after its video game counterpart. This 1:1 replica of one of Halo's most iconic weapons features LED lights, in-game sounds and over a dozen motorized crystal shards. When you squeeze the trigger, the crystal shards retract in sequence to simulate being fired. To reload, simply travel to the Sanghelios moon of Suban for extra crystals. Continue reading for another video and more information.
A number of accessories were produced for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Many of these devices were modeled after earlier add-ons for the NES: the Super Scope is a light gun functionally similar to the NES Zapper (though the Super Scope features wireless capabilities) and the Super Advantage is an arcade-style joystick with adjustable turbo settings akin to the NES Advantage. This ad from the 90s shows just how bold Nintendo was with their advertising. Continue reading for more classic video game ads.
In the Pokemon games, the Gym is where players go to train their Pocket Monsters, and the Pokemon Expo Gym is where you can shop and interact with Pokemon. Now, there's a real-life Pokemon Expo Gym in Osaka, Japan, which is similar to Pokemon Center stores in that it offers a whole host of things to buy, along with real exhibits in which you can interact and talk with monsters. Interactive areas include: Charzard's Battle Colosuem, Zoroark's Somewhat Sinister Dojo, Machamp's First Aid Center, Pokemon Battle Bowling, and more. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a nightmare fuel father and daughter costume duo.
Satechi's Wireless Gamepad easily slips into any bag, and turns your smartphone / tablet into a portable gaming device, all for $34.99. It connects to your mobile device using Bluetooth technology, so there's absolutely no need to worry about tangled wires - enjoy an easy-to-use gamepad with the freedom of wireless - complete with 14 buttons, two joysticks, and a directional pad. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
SteelSeries' Guild Wars 2 Gaming Headset is perfect for those on a budget, but still want something of decent build quality, and you can pick one up today for $12.99 with coupon code: E6M939TR, today only, originally priced at $99.99. Its slim-profile, on-ear design featuring mesh ear cushions that filter excellent sound via its 40mm driver units. A travel-friendly design allows the ear cups to fold inward at the hangers for storage. It includes a 3.5mm PC cable with an omni-directional microphone and mute controls. Product page - be sure to enter coupon code: E6M939TR during final checkout for the additional discount. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
The Famicom Titler is basically a Nintendo-licensed Famicom-compatible device produced by the Sharp Corporation, and first released in 1989 exclusively in Japan at a retail price of 43,000 yen ($356). The system was the only consumer-level Famicom to internally generate RGB video, the only Famicom system with S-Video output, and it has been noted for its crisp clarity of image. The system also functioned as a subtitle-generator and it could be used in combination with a RF-video camera to create gameplay videos and demos. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
Hyperkin's RetroN 5 is unlike other game consoles, as in it includes a number of early video game systems into a single system, with NES, SNES, SEGA Genesis, Famicom, Super Famicom, Master Disk, Game Boy Color, the original Game Boy and Game Boy Advance cartridge slots. That's right, this gives gamers the ability to easily switch between consoles, complete with a Bluetooth wireless controller designed to be compatible with all games. For those who want zero lag, there are also ports on the system to plug in original controllers. Forget having to restart entire games after losing all your lives, savestates let you save at anytime, while upconverted HD audio and video, ensure a smooth gameplay experience. Hyperkin's Retron GUI enables one to modify settings, assigning functions to macro buttons, and there's a built in Game Genie for cheat codes. Get one here now. Continue reading for another video review and more information.