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Valve will unveil a new ‘SteamVR hardware’ system at GDC next week

After over a year of silence from research and development, Valve announced Tuesday that they’re bringing their hardware back on stage to strut its stuff at the upcoming 2015 Game Developers Conference, and that they’ll be adding a “previously-unannounced SteamVR hardware system” to the lineup. Also slated for an appearance is the latest version of the Steam Controller, more »

Destiny weapons look great in LEGO

LEGO master ZaziNombies has taken his block-building talents to countless games, but few of his creations are as striking as his recent take on Destiny‘s notorious Gjallarhorn rocket launcher. The build clocks in at 46 inches in length and with a weight of over 15 pounds, fleshed out by a whopping 3,500 bricks. For comparison, ZN’s Ice more »

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Humble Bundle loves you!

Humble Bundle’s weekly bundle this week is appropriately, and lovingly themed. The Humble Weekly Bundle for Lovers (of games) shows that I know far too much about romance novel games. All of them are familiar to me, and I own two of them already. But for those of you that might not have been so more »

Pokemon Pokeball Bath Bomb makes you feel like a kid again

Remember when you were little and there were all those bathtime novelties designed to make you want to get all clean? There were the capsules containing sponges that would grow to full size when immersed, soaps where you could see some kind of surprise lurking inside, and of course the bath bombs that made the more »

Confession: I used an iPhone 5 to cheat in Guacamelee

Trophies aren’t typically my thing. Most of my formative years were spent obsessing about multiplayer titles like Counter-Strike and TFC. And since trophy systems usually revolve around the single-player campaign, I never developed a taste. Plus, making my friends angry was always more important. In my old age, though, I’m rediscovering single-player campaigns. Most people more »

Plasmid Shot Glasses For All Your Shot Taking Needs

If you’re anything like me, you like massive amounts of alcohol. You also enjoy having ridiculous glasses out of which you will drink your alcohol. I personally have about twenty princess-themed shot glasses. But if you’re not the kind who would want princess-themed shot glasses, Irrational Games may have the thing for you. Plasmid shot more »

Microsoft’s HoloLens brings virtual reality to life

There are few things in life that get me as pumped up as the prospect of virtual reality. Needless to say, I had a little freak out watching clips of Microsoft’s HoloLens during today’s Windows 10 briefing. Unlike the Oculus Rift, or Project Morpheus, the HoloLens is a completely separate system. It is its own computer, more »

Action figures bring life after death

I know this is a little on the weird side everyone, but that’s exactly why I couldn’t keep it to myself. Look to the right, and you’ll see a Superman action figure with what appears to be a custom head, made to look like a real person. Well, there’s something you don’t know. That “action more »

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I have Xbox One envy

This doesn’t come as a surprise I’m sure for anyone who’s a fan of gaming on newer consoles. I have Xbox One envy. I’m sure you’re wondering why I say it like it should be news. You’d wonder even more after hearing that my Xbox 360 is one of the (worst decision in my life). more »

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This year, carve a styrofoam gaming pumpkin

Halloween is a mess. I mean that literally, as anyone who has ever carved a pumpkin knows the affair is quite an ordeal. So this year, make your gaming pumpkin a styrofoam one. Yes, styrofoam pumpkins are a thing and can be carved. I first saw the styrofoam pumpkins at Walmart earlier this month, but more »

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Surge should replace Mountain Dew as the “gamer” drink

There is fantastic news for everyone around the internet with good taste in carbonated beverages. Surge has returned. Well, sort-of. You can’t just walk into your local grocery store yet and say, “I got the urge for Surge!” But the Coca Cola company has confirmed that the drink is coming back, which means those of more »

Important Importables Review: Betoyo Bento

Love surprise boxes and Japanese novelties? Well then, Betoyo Bento may be up your alley. It’s a subscription box plan geared towards otaku. For $38 (or $110 for three months) you get can get one of the monthly boxes shipped out to you. To give an idea of what you can expect, today’s Important Importables more »