Author Archives: Abby McVay

Melting Clock honors Salvadore Dali’s artwork

If you’re on the lookout for a bit of quirky art, this clock takes on a similar shape to one featured in Salvadore Dali’s The Persistence of Memory painting. This little clock if nothing else would definitely make for a nice conversation piece.


The Blaze comes with Sega Genesis games

If you’re missing the days of playing on your Sega Genesis, you might consider picking up the Blaze. Which is preloaded with all kinds of games that you likely used to play on your Genesis.


The Faucet Fountain simplifies daily routines

Sometimes the coolest gadgets of them all are the simplest kind. This Faucet Fountain allows for you to be rid of all those paper cups you keep in the bathroom for a quick rinse after brushing your teeth. Which would also be great for those that are just wanting to cut down on the amount of waste going out of their house.


Dead Space Trailer not approved for the US

Some girls have a thing for sweet little video games like Barbie Horse Adventures or NintenDogs, me, I go all gooey in the head when I see a nice cryptic game. This Dead Space trailer was so gruesome that it wasn’t approved to be played in the US.


Stan Lee comments on video games at ComicCon

I have to say, Stan Lee is definitely the coolest guy on the planet. I lost the slightest bit of faith in them after that really horrible TV series. Actually, I thought he’d finally gone completely nuts. However, he has officially redeemed himself by making a quick statement about video games.

When you talk about games evolving over the years and becoming more like movies, in many ways, they’ve gone beyond movies. To do a movie is difficult, but it’s linear. There’s a beginning, a middle and an end, and that’s it – you write a story. In a videogame, you’re writing many stories within the story. It’s a totally different structure and a totally different philosophy of writing and, I think, a much, much more difficult one. I get the feeling more work goes into these videogames than even goes into the movies I marvel at the fact the games look as good, and in some cases better, as the most expensive movies . . . Now you watch one of these games and it’s like watching the greatest superhero movie, except you’re part of it. It’s indescribable. And you know it takes a lot to impress me.

There you have it, proof that Stan Lee is indeed still badass. This quote is from an interview he did at ComicCon. It’s nice to know Stan Lee has a love for all things geeky and doesn’t just stick to his love for comics.

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Sony’s Fat Princess causes angry feminists to lash out

Recently at E3 a game was announced called Fat Princess as an upcoming PSN title. It apparently has a Zelda type feel and is basically a capture the flag type game. Only instead of flags there is a princess. The princess is then fattened up by the opposing team feeding her, making it difficult for the team to save their own princess. A seemingly harmless game, however, there are a few feminists that seem to be a bit pissed off.


Sato USB Drive from the Solid Alliance

Apparently it’s flash drive Friday, because I’ve managed to write up two in a row thus far. We’ll see if I can toss in one more this afternoon. This one comes straight from the infamous Solid Alliance.


Star Wars Mimobot Series 3

My thoughts on the Star Wars Mimobots is always a little shaky. Thus far there are very very few that I would actually consider forking out the cash for. However, I’m actually really liking series three.


Concept : PSP gets combined with the Sidekick

Someone else decided to take a crack at changing up the PSP a bit. This one was designed by Samuel Lau and although it will likely never be a reality, it is still fun to look at.


The USB Mini Penguin Speaker

If you’re on the lookout for random novelty speakers, here’s another little guy for you. He’d be a lot cooler if he had no scarf and looked a bit more like the Linux penguin though.


Xtensor rehabilitates your hand

With the direction technology has gone we all use our hands a lot, be it for texting or typing. We may not use them for manual labor but we manage to injure ourselves anyway. Well Xtensor is here to help with those hand related injuries.

It will actually strengthen and rehabilitate your hand after you’ve been cracking away at that PSP for several hours. Making it so your hand encounters less stress from those injuries.


The Full-Motion Gyroxus Game Chair

If those silly cheap gaming chairs with built in speakers aren’t quite hardcore enough for you, this full-motion game chair should be. It is meant for you to become able to be fully immersed in your game.


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