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.
This isn’t an early April Fools’ Day joke, but rather a real product that Microsoft unveiled for the holidays. Called the Xbox Mini Controller Hoodie, it’s designed to keep your gamepad nice and warm, thanks to its 100% Polyster construction. Just like a real hoodie, there is a zipper and tiny arm holes for the controller.
The Turtle Beach Atom Mobile Game Controller turns your Android 8.0+ smartphone into a handheld console compatible with Xbox Game Pass. Best of all, you won’t even need to remove your case, as the Atom’s two-piece design is fully adjustable and easily fits around even the bulkiest of accessories.
For those who attended Comic-Con 2022 in San Diego, a massive 14-foot-tall LEGO Bowser may have greeted you. This isn’t a simple solid statue that was 3d-printed or assembled by a machine, but rather designed on a computer and then hand-built by brick artists using 663,900 bricks over 137 days.