Hardcore Helicopter Simulator hobbyist rejoice for now you have ability to purchase a serious Helicopter simulator from HotSeat Chassis, the makers of several simulator packages from driving to flying. We’ve tested some of their simulators at CES’ past and the chassis are really well made and really bring an additional element of immersion into simulators.… Continue reading Helicopter Simulator for the serious Hobbyist
Here’s another game that makes you use your brain (or is it brainwaves?) this time to navigate a maze. You wear a headset that has a headband and 2 earlobe clips. Yes it doesn’t look pretty, but it measures your theta wave activity and in turn sends wireless signals to the game. The object is… Continue reading Telekentic Obstacle Course – use your brain only to navigate the maze
The Geeks have been playing the new “G.I. JOE The Rise of Cobra” video game, and here are our impressions. First off, we should state that we were big fans of the 1980’s incarnation of the toys and cartoons, and, while the movie this game is based on has gotten mixed reviews from both the… Continue reading Review: G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
Professor Rubik is at it again. This time, he has invented the potentially maddening Rubik’s Cube 360. The goal of the 360 is to guide 6 different colored balls into their matching compartments. Simple, right? Not so fast. There are 3 concentric, transparent spheres that the balls can travel along, you have to spin the… Continue reading Rubik’s Cube 360 – puzzle
Only 99% of American teenage boys (12-17) play video games? What happened to the other 1% is what I’d like to know! As for girls, 94% of them play vid games. If you’d like the whole boring report, Pew Research has it on their site.
All board games are not created equal. The Settlers of Catan proves that point in droves. Now onto its 4th edition, SoC has taken the world by storm since its creation over 10 years ago. In Settlers of Catan, you collect resources from different terrains in order to build roads, settlements and cities in order… Continue reading Settlers of Catan Board Game
Recently we’ve found ways to bring retro products in to the modern world and this glass Foosball table by Teckell is no exception; it takes all the ‘traditional’ aspects of gameplay, and mixes it with extreme styling more fitting for today’s world. The table is made out of glass walls and pitch, and has little… Continue reading Teckell Glass Foosball Table
Atari’s new party game, Ready 2 Rumble Revolution for the Wii, drops on March 17th. The game improves considerably from the Wii Sports boxing game with 18 caricatured boxers which are parodies of celebrities from sports, music and music. The games looks like it will be a party hit. Amazon has the game $10 off… Continue reading $10 Off Pre-orders of Ready 2 Rumble Revolution
Sega is getting back into hardware, this time it’ll be a handheld console. Dubbed the Vision, it will play games, plus movies and music, and apparently have a camera and TV-tuner. Really… I haven’t heard WiFi mentioned. Honestly, this needs to compete with the PSP. On the other hand, I’d love to play Sonic again.