Tag: arcade

Want to have your name in movie credits about arcade games? That’ll be $10, or $5,000.

Want to have your name in movie credits about arcade games? That’ll be $10, or $5,000.

| May 9, 2011 | Reply

Chinatown Fair is one of the last real Arcades in New York City. Or was, I should say. It was recently closed due to the rising costs of rent in the area. A filmmaker found the spot and decided to document the arcades last days, and would like to get the movie to the big […]

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NBA JAM Mobile Edition Coming Soon : He’s on FIRE, again!

NBA JAM Mobile Edition Coming Soon : He’s on FIRE, again!

| February 7, 2011 | Reply

Remember the first time you heard “Boomshakalakalaka” coming from your TV or arcade while playing NBA JAM. I remember using Benny the Bull and Bill Clinton after entering in the secret initials to unlock them. Man, how awesome was that game? Well now you can relive the old days on your mobile device with the […]

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WaterCar’s Python : Fastest Amphibious Vehicle

WaterCar’s Python : Fastest Amphibious Vehicle

| January 5, 2011 | Reply

Imagine cruising around town in a hot sports car with the top down and your favorite jam pumping out of the speakers as you let the sun’s rays paint your face. As you cruise you manage to be in front of a lake that provides a faster route to your destination if you had a […]

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Microsoft Performs a RIP again!!!!!

Microsoft Performs a RIP again!!!!!

| May 26, 2010 | Reply

Why is it that they insist on making their customers always buy everything? Don’t get me wrong playing xbox online is so much fun but honestly everything with microsoft comes at a price. For example they recently launched a new xbox arcade for your xbox dashboard. As soon as i saw that i was like […]

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Microsoft to enable USB mass storage for the Xbox 360?

Microsoft to enable USB mass storage for the Xbox 360?

| March 19, 2010 | Reply

Joystiq got its hands on leaked documentation that suggests the Xbox 360 will support USB mass storage devices in the near future. Screenshots lifted from the documents reveal support for externally connected devices well over the 512MB capacity of Microsoft’s current Xbox 360 memory units which are presumably now on the road to obsolescence. A […]

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