Do you get so stoned that you can't tell the difference between a piece of folded cardboard and a several hundred pound machine at the mall's arcade? If so, then the Suck UK design firm has got a product for you. It turns your PSP into, well, a miniature cardboard arcade machine. Available in September, I imagine it's too high tech for the old quarter on a string trick to work. But that's okay, because there's still the laundromat. Do your laundry for free and meet the easiest women in town.
Cardboard PSP Arcade Cutout [Product Reviews]
This is the heartwarming story of a 9-year old boy who made a whole series of arcade games out of cardboard and set them up in his dad's east L.A. used auto parts shop. The games even dispense tickets (read: he crawls in the back of the box and pushes them through a slot), whi... / Continue →
Cyclepong 2.0 (don't even get me started on Cyclepong 1.0) makes you work out to play Pong. "Put simply, the inventor created an arcade-like installation with a pair of exercise bikes, an LCD screen and customized software that enables a pair of individuals to pedal forward an... / Continue →
America's Army, a game initially released on PCs as a U.S. Army recruiting tool, is making its way to your local arcade/bar.
The game is going to feature eight training mini-games that intend to bring highly authentic Army training exercises to players, along with a drill serg... / Continue →