Ideal for the next dinner party, or perhaps somewhere where video games and beverages get together. If you don’t recognise the symbol, it’s the Triforce from the Legend of Zelda games on wooden coasters from Etsy. They look fantastic don’t they?



How big a fan are you of classic gaming? In particular gaming from the NES era? No bigger than this guy I’m sure. He’s pimped his car out pretty much with some cool decals on the side and front, and even the interior! More photos HERE.


Oh yeah! Kotaku finally posted the first episode of Retro Game Master (or as it’s known in Japan, GameCenterCX) subtitled with dubbing of the announcer. I would tell you if it’s any good, but unfortunately the screening is only available to American residents only.. So think what you will of that.

Irategamer has a video on YouTube of a reboot to Burgertime. If you haven’t played it before, it’s a puzzle/platform game where you have to make burgers from the rampant ingredients running around in the game with other ingredients as platforms which won’t drop till you walk over them. This looks like a lot of fun, and hopefully doesn’t steer too far off the road of an homage that it should be.


And finally.. wait, what on earth is this thing you ask? Looks like an Xbox 360, with PS3 controllers right? Well, there’s more to it than that. It’s a console alright, but it’s designed to play not only media files, but also Capcom Play System (CPS1/CPS2 for short), Neo-Geo, and Game Boy Advance Roms.. Now most of us here, well me especially don’t really condone rom usage (come on.. this can be argued at a pub I’m sure, but nothing beats the real McCoy!! Either way, if you are interested in this device, it’s available at for about US $70.

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