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Video: Wii commercial parody

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Culture, Nintendo, Wii

Okay, we gotta hand it to these guys - when you put it like this, I guess really can seem lame. Unfortunately, a lot of games utilize similar mechanics as are found in this parody. However you feel about ‘s money-making machine, this one is definitely good for a laugh.

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Myvu Crystal Glasses

MyvuMyvu Crystal allows hands-free viewing for your PMP. The glasses feature their SolidOptex optical system, CyberDisplay technology for high pixel density, and a 33% wider field of view than their former products. The Ultimate Ears earbuds have extended bass and sound isolation and you can count on up to 4 hours of battery usage. The company calls them perfect for travel, movies, podcasts, and Guitar Hero. The Myvus come in Standard and iPod models are available in your choice of black or amber (temporarily unavailable) for $299.95. Check out their promo videos to see who they are hoping will snap these puppies up.

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N5 for Nintendo DS & DS Lite

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Storage, Video Games, USB

N5The N5 is an updated version of the R4DS. The second generation storage device supports both Nintendo DS and Lite, needs no booting tool, has a card slot for Micro SD, FAT16 or 32, works by touchscreen or button with auto-detect. It supports rumble pak, memory pak, Moonshell, and has an open I/O interface. Perhaps the best feature is that you can load your cheat codes, not that we agree with that. The 2 x 0.8 x 0.3-inch N5 comes with a TF card reader and application CD and is available for $69.99.

(Thanks, Cassily)

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NES Zapper Lamp

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Misc. Tech, Video Games

NES Zapper LampWhat does one do if she/he still has some of their old Nintendo games and a Zapper gun lying around? In the case of “fluffypants,” you turn them into a lamp. Using an inexpensive lampshade, a pack of fun foam, and a cardboard base designed to look like the original Duck Hunt cartridge, she shows you full instructions to create your own. Maybe next week she will turn other Nes games into coasters or bookcases.

Read More | Craftster

Dell Gaming PC XPST 730 H2C

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: PC / Laptop, Video Games

Dell XPST  730 H2C

Dell has announced their latest gaming PC, the XPST 730 H2C. It has 1920 x 1200 resolution and 30+ FPS with Quad Graphics, 2GB RAM and 1320GB storage, and a new NVIDIA nforce 790i Ultra SLI chipset with standard ATX motherboard. Choose between painted anodized or silver brushed aluminum. You really have to be a gaming fanatic for this one, while Dell says the unit starts at $4,999.00, PC Mag mentions a price of $6,629.00.

 

Read More | PC Mag

Tuttles Madcap Misadventures

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: PC / Laptop, Video Games

Tuttles Madcap MisadventuresThere really aren’t too many video games out there that are G-rated enough for parents. But the Tuttles Madcap Misadventures fills that bill and comes with a benefit. Purchase the $20.00 game and 50% of the proceeds go to the Starlight Starbright Children’s Foundation that assists critically ill children as well as their families. Download it and they will get 75%. The Tuttles are available for both PC and Mac.

The game is a sort of 40-level National Lampoon Vacation with three difficulty levels that finds the family on their way to the Alamo. Voices are provided by celebs such as Bob Saget, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ashley Tisdale, and William Shatner. The Commonsense Media game’s script was written by former SCTV alum Dave Thomas and his Animax Entertainment team.

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FC Mobile Console System

FC Mobile Console System

We have plenty of friends and family who still have their first Nintendo system. Perhaps they just couldn’t get past the Legend of Zelda. You can play those old NES cartridges on the FC Mobile Console System using either its 2.4-inch LCD screen, or by attaching it with the included AV cable to your TV. Audio comes from its eternal stereo speakers or plug in headphones when those around you complain. The system comes in black/silver and red/white at a price of about $45.00, depending on where you shop. We found one for $39.95 on eBay with a random game included.

 

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NES Packed Inside Super Mario Bros. Cartridge

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Video Games

Super Mario Nintendo

Recycling doesn’t get much cleverer than this. The folks at Kotomi took an original Nintendo game system and shoved it into a Super Mario Brothers cartridge. If you have ever taken one of them apart, you know that there is not that much to its innards to begin with, but we still applaud this prototype that has a has a finite on/off switch, a reset button, a power Del, 2 joystick ports, a port Famicom cartridge, a video output and stereo audio, and 6V input power.

 

Read More | Kotomi (translated)

Nintendo Wii Monitor

Wii Monitor

Want to travel with your ? How about a Chinavision ultra-portable screen? All the Wii Monitor needs is an attachment of the base to the back of your Nintendo game system. With the ports on the back, you can keep all your USB accessories. There are also ports for a DVD player or another console. The 7-inch TFT LCD display has a resolution of 480 X 234 and built-In stereo speakers. It also has reverse/up/down picture control for mounting in your car or your weirdest gaming positions. The Wii Screen comes with a cigarette lighter adaptor at a price of $101.45.

 

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Nokia Opens N-Gage for Cell Phones

N-Gage GameNokia has finally decided its mobile gaming service N-Gage is ready to meet the world. The website, unveiled this week, has the necessary software for you to download to connect with your cell phone. The company is planning to have about 30 games available by midyear with another 30 by the end of 2008. They also are offering free trials. Companies such as EA, Gameloft, and Glu Mobile will be designing games for them. Check with Nokia to see if you have the right model and if you must pay data charges to download the games.

Read More | BBC

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