Using videogame controllers, an Android phone and custom-built wings, a Dutch engineer named Jarno Smeets has achieved birdlike flight.
Sean Kingston apparently loves Mario Kart. One would come to this conclusion after the singer tattooed a giant memorial to the video game on his arm, … and the pics are really awesome. Sean Kingston posted photos of his new art on Twitter showing his new suped-up Mario Kart inkjob in progress inside his L.A. home […]
Four years ago, when releases for other home consoles trended toward ever more elaborate graphics and cutthroat multiplayer game designs, Nintendo unleashed the cartoony avatars and easy-to-understand motion control of the Wii. Its user-friendliness managed to ensnare a new generation of gamers i.e., parents and retirees and make the Wii one of the best-selling game machines of all time.
A week after Nintendo’s Wii debuted in November, the Wall Street Journal reported that the gaming console was leaving some users as sore as the gym often does.
Let the discounting begin.
Tuesday is her 104th birthday, but that hasn’t stopped Britain’s Ivy Bean from being an avid Twitter user and possibly the oldest person on the social networking site.
There I was, trying to wedge a microphone under my arm while simultaneously pressing colored buttons on a plastic guitar with my left hand, strumming it with my right hand and crooning, “I want to hold your hand …” So while it’s theoretically possible, “The Beatles: Rock Band” — whose 9/9/09 release coincides with the debut of remastered versions of the Beatles catalog — should not be played alone. Besides the impracticality of multiple-instrument play without the right equipment, there is something rather lonely about attempting to play in a world-famous band by yourself.