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Games

Replicade Street Fighter II Arcade

Replicade Street Fighter II Arcade
$100  Buy Link Comment

New Wave Toys’ latest Replicade sixth-scale arcade machine is a miniature replica of the original Street Fighter II: Champion Edition cabinet. It also comes with Super Street Fighter II Turbo. You also get a matching miniature USB fight stick if you pre-order.

Learning to Code a Game

Learning to Code a Game

“Unexpected token else!” Serial learner Mike Boyd recognizes that programming is one of the most relevant skills today. He challenged himself to learn how to code and make a simple game. He encountered a lot of bugs and errors, but he eventually succeeded.

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Sunless Skies

Sunless Skies
$23  Buy Link Comment

The sequel to Sunless Sea, Sunless Skies is a narrative-driven Gothic horror adventure game for PCs. You play the captain of a locomotive sailing through space in a world where the stars are dying. Explore the universe, take care of your crew and try to survive.

Super Wheelchair Mario

Super Wheelchair Mario

The first few levels of Super Mario Bros. are pretty easy as platformers go, but if Mario had a disability that confined him to a wheelchair, it might be a bit more difficult. This video envisions a redesigned World 1-1 where ramps and elevators make getting around easier.

Still Alive: Swing Cover

Still Alive: Swing Cover

If you ask us, Jonathan Coulton’s Still Alive is one of the greatest video game songs of all time. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy this vibrant and jazzy version of the track, performed by The 8-Bit Big Band, with singer Benny Benack III doing his best Frank Sinatra.

Nintendo Switch Bluetooth Adapter

Nintendo Switch Bluetooth Adapter
$40  Buy Comment

Use your favorite Bluetooth headphones with your Nintendo Switch and immerse yourself in gameplay anywhere. This super compact adapter matches the look of the Switch, and allows you to enjoy crisp wireless audio. Save 33% in The Awesomer Shop.

SteelSeries Stratus Duo Controller

SteelSeries Stratus Duo Controller
$60  Buy Link Comment

SteelSeries’ Stratus Duo is a multi-platform wireless controller. It can connect to Android devices as well as standalone virtual reality headsets via Bluetooth. It also connects to Windows PCs via 2.4 Ghz wireless and a USB dongle. It lasts up to 20h per charge.

Pix-It-Up

Pix-It-Up
~$70+  Pledge Link Comment

Pix-It-Up is a reusable magnetic puzzle that lets you create pixelated monochrome portraits out of a digital photo. Use the Pix-It-Up website to pixelate a photo and generate instructions. Then arrange the magnetic pieces over the steel frame to mimic the pixelated photo.

Replicade Tempest Cabinet

Replicade Tempest Cabinet
$120  Buy Link Comment

New Wave Toys adds to its collection of tiny, working arcade machines, with this 12″ tall (sixth-scale) replica of the Atari classic Tempest. Its wood cabinet is accurate to every detail, with a screen optimized for vector-style graphics, and a rotary control with swappable caps.

Mini Projector for Nintendo Switch

Mini Projector for Nintendo Switch
$289  Buy Link Comment

Share the screen of your Switch anywhere with this AAXA’s sweet Mini Projector. This super portable projector lets you expand your Nintendo Switch screen out to up to 120″ on any flat surface in low light. Runs up to 180 minutes on a charge, and has built-in speakers.

Dragon Ball: Project Z (Teaser)

Dragon Ball: Project Z (Teaser)

Bandai Namco is following up its hit Dragon Ball fighting game with an action RPG based on the legendary anime. Currently under the temporary name “Project Z,” it looks like the game will follow at least the first few acts of Dragon Ball Z, up until Frieza.

Atomic Heart (Gameplay)

Atomic Heart (Gameplay)
$50  Buy Link Comment

(Gore) Developer Mundfish gives us a peek at the world and aesthetics of its first-person action RPG Atomic Heart. There are strange robots, floating chickens and murderous androids in this alternate Soviet Union. It’s at once terrifying and intriguing.

Engraved Arcade Coasters

Engraved Arcade Coasters
~$34/set  Buy Comment

Fans of classic arcade games will dig VectorEngrave’s slick anodized aluminum coasters which feature engraved images inspired by Donkey Kong, Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Tetris. Available in three different thicknesses, and sold in a set of four.

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Yet Another Exhausting Day

Yet Another Exhausting Day

In the wacky platformer Yet Another Exhausting Day, you’re dead tired so you can only crawl and slither. You have to collect coins and bash your body against objects to stay awake. It hits too close to home.

Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle

Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle

Back in the early 90s, there was a Game Boy franchise based on Bugs Bunny, but thanks to licensing issues, the developers couldn’t release it as such in some countries. The Game Show looks at the many ways in which the game was repackaged around the world.

I Was a Winner

I Was a Winner

(PG-13: Language) “When we weren’t playing, we… We were almost always playing.” Jonas Odell’s thoughtful short film features three recovering video game addicts talking about their experiences in the guise of their old video game avatars.

The Truth About Video Games & Violence

The Truth About Video Games & Violence

For once, Adam Ruins Everything ruins a bad thing. The show reminds us that numerous studies, surveys, and correlative data have shown no concrete evidence that playing violent video games causes people to become more violent or insensitive to violence.

Kyle’s Mom’s a Bitch: Beat Saber Edition

Kyle’s Mom’s a Bitch: Beat Saber Edition

(PG-13:Language) Ruckus created a custom Beat Saber level based on the South Park classic Kyle’s Mom’s a Bitch, resulting in one of the most challenging but awesome levels we’ve seen in the popular VR game.

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is an upcoming fighting game for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4 and PC, with cross-platform play for all systems except PS4. The game will feature classic and current Rangers and villains. Drops 04/2019 for $20.

The Hong Kong Massacre

The Hong Kong Massacre

(Gore) Inspired by Asian cop movies, The Hongkong Massacre is a fast-paced top-down shooter that is as stylish as it is challenging. One shot and you’re dead, but you can slow down time, slide and somersault. Drops 1/23/19 for Windows and PS4.

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GameBud Gaming Handheld

GameBud Gaming Handheld
$35  Buy Comment

Gaming nostalgia is in full force with more platforms dedicated to reviving classic games. Get in on the retro action on the cheap, with this handheld that comes packed with 400 8-bit games, ready to keep your fingers tapping for hours. It’s 53% off in The Awesomer Shop.

Time Traveler

Time Traveler

an0nymooose presents an awesomely silly machinima about a man who goes back in time and makes a new friend. Created with Source Filmmaker, which allows creative types to make their own films using assets from Valve’s games like Portal and Team Fortress 2.

Mortal Kombat 11 (Gameplay)

Mortal Kombat 11 (Gameplay)
$60  Buy Link Comment

(Gore) Blood and body parts fly in our first look at the gameplay of Mortal Kombat 11. The game features much improved and more natural animation compared to its predecessors. The fatalities are as hilarious and creative as it gets.

Why Japan’s Games Get Extra Fingers

Why Japan’s Games Get Extra Fingers

While many video game characters have four fingers, the practice is frowned upon in Japan, resulting in special variants of everyone from Bart Simpson to Crash Bandicoot. Censored Gaming looks at the history behind the strange 4-fingered discrimination in the country.

12 Years of Suffering

12 Years of Suffering

Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 addict Marcel Vos created the longest possible roller coaster ride in the game. Aptly called 12 Years of Suffering, the ride takes more than 12 and a half years in real time to complete. People are awesome.

Picade Arcade Controller Console Kit

Picade Arcade Controller Console Kit
$75  Buy Link Comment

Pimoroni’s Picade Console Kit is the screen-less version of its Picade Desktop Arcade Kit. It comes with the same joysticks, buttons and Picade X HAT as the desktop arcade kit. All you need to add is a Raspberry Pi, a power supply, a microSD card and an HDMI cable.

PONG Coffee Table

PONG Coffee Table
$3000+  Buy Link Comment

Inspired by this earlier design, this coffee table lets you play a mechanical version of the classic Atari arcade game. It packs USB charging ports and a Bluetooth speaker as well. It’s available with matching ottomans, and in coin-op arcade table and cocktail styles.

Lenovo Y540 Gaming Laptop

Lenovo Y540 Gaming Laptop

Lenovo’s Legion Y540 is a gaming laptop with an elegant design. It has white backlighting on its keyboard, up to an 8th gen Core i7 CPU, NVIDIA RTX 2060 Max-Q GPU, and a 15.6″ 1080p display with an optional 144Hz refresh rate. Drops Spring 2019 starting at $930.

Razer Turret for Xbox One

Razer Turret for Xbox One
$250  Buy Link Comment

The Razer Turret for Xbox One is a wireless mechanical keyboard and mouse combo for Microsoft’s gaming console. They keyboard has a dedicated Xbox key and a retractable mouse pad with magnets to keep the mouse on its surface. It also works with Windows 10 PCs.

HP Omen X Emperium 65 Display

HP Omen X Emperium 65 Display
$5000  Buy Link Comment

The crazy expensive HP Omen X Emperium 65 is the first commercially available NVIDIA Big Format Gaming Display. The 65″ monitor has HDR, a 144Hz refresh rate, 4ms response time, and NVIDIA G-Sync. It also has an NVIDIA Shield built-in and comes with a soundbar.

Dunkey: Best Games of 2018

Dunkey: Best Games of 2018

(PG-13: Language) It’s time for videogamedunkey’s annual list of his favorite games. From AAA blockbusters to overlooked indie titles, you’ll find something you’ll like on the list. Unless you’re a PC gamer, because Return of the Obra Dinn is not there.

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