While it’s tough to find the bright side of not only totaling your hot car, but splitting it into separate pieces, and getting to live to wreck another day is always a plus. Such was the experience of a Vancouver man whose Audi ended up burning on someone’s lawn as he sat nearby, trying to make sense of the situation.
Tablets are great and all, but one major, near-unforgivable way they’ve always fallen short is their inability to dispense beer. Finally, KegDroid — which lets you gush out brews via a Motorola Xoom — is here to fix that dreadful problem.
If you’re rich and your girlfriend happens to be a stripper, it stands to reason that you impressed her by throwing your money around. Moderation is important in all aspects of life, though, especially when it comes to letting stripper girlfriends get behind expensive cars they can’t handle.
Calvin Johnson did the impossible last season, racking up 1,681 yards, 16 touchdowns and the first playoff appearance for the Detroit Lions since leather helmets went out of style. His reward for those accomplishments is the devilish curse brought on by the Madden NFL cover. Ask Peyton Hillis how last year’s cover appearance worked out for him.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita has struggled out of the gate, with slow sales and a sad little trickle of software to support it. The most telling sign of the device’s lack of popularity is you just don’t see it very often when you’re out and about. Those who’ve managed to wait a couple months to pick one up are in luck, with used copies dipping to as low as $162 at times.
The whole “Let’s turn a James Bond movie into a game thing” rarely works out well. We can’t even remember a decent one since GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64 was the dorm game du jour back in 1997. Activision, though, isn’t
Imagine you could step into a time machine and revisit all your favorite moments. Pretty cool so far, right? Only this time machine doesn’t let you walk around and enjoy yourself — it keeps you locked inside the clunky device, forced to peek out through a muddy, distorted window. When you try to relive your glory days, you end up screwing them up and ruining all your memories.
Microsoft may not be content with selling us $200-plus consoles, $60 games, $50 controllers and $60-a-year Xbox Live subscriptions. Not to mention subjecting gamers to an endless parade of Xbox 360 ads onscreen. If some bragging from an employee’s online resume is to be believed, the company has got some plans to milk even more money out of gamers.
We’ve sweated out many a sleepless night wondering whatever we would do if skeletal armies assaulted us. The answer, it turns out, was always in our freezers. As ‘Pizza vs. Skeletons’ attests, pizzas are far more than the world’s perfect food. They’re also bouncing discs of undead destruction.
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