There’s Dollar Tree in the US and then Japan’s Thank You Mart, but these nifty classic Sony PlayStation 1 bags, pillows and other accessories can only be found in the latter. For those who don’t know, most items at Thank You Mart are priced at around $2.97 USD (390 Yen), starting with the stickers you see above (right), which are $1.63 (214 Yen).
Set for release on April 5 in the US, the final trailer for ‘The Super Mario Bros. Move’ gives us a glimpse at Fire Donkey Kong, Peach’s Castle, and an epic Rainbow Road kart battle. For those interested in hearing more of Chris Pratt as Mario, you’re in luck, as there are definitely more scenes involving the Italian plumber.
The original console was released in September 1977, while the Tiny Arcade Atari 2600 is a fully-functional miniature replica that fits in the palm of your hand. That’s right, it comes with a working 1.5-inch TV screen, a joystick, and a total of 10 games. Some of the titles include Tempest, Breakout, Pong, Warlords, Missile Command, Asteroids and Pac-Man.
Photo credit: Frederik Berisha
Designer Frederik Berisha might be a fan of retrogaming, as his latest creation, the TingTing Go might be the perfect handheld game console just for that purpose. It can easily slide into your pocket and features a 2.8-inch LCD, full-sized directional pad, two shoulder buttons on top, four standard buttons, and what appears to be a USB-C port for charging.
Forza Motorsport fans rejoice! This new game will take full advantage of both next-generation Xbox consoles, complete with more than 500 cars, 800 unique upgrades, and 20 environments that include multiple track layouts. Unlike previous installments, the cars in this one look more realistic, thanks to the use of a spectrophotometer, which captures multiple data points of light behavior on a surface.