Garofalo’s PlayStation-themed ‘Play Your Pasta’ is not an early April Fools’ Day joke, but rather a real product that you can buy online for around £2.60 ($3.40) per back. Each piece of pasta are shaped like the iconic PlayStation’s controller buttons – triangle, circle, square and cross.
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).
2K Games revealed that the ‘Jordan Challenge’ mode in NBA 2K23 will let you relive his hall-of-fame career through 15 playable moments, starting from the early days as a college sensation, to his game-winning shot in the 1998 NBA Finals. Each of these challenges features a pre-game interview, complete with a luminary who was a part of what made every game special.
Always wanted a gaming PC that had all of the latest video game consoles built in? If so, then look no further than Origin PC’s ‘Big O V3’, which was built exclusively for Unbox Therapy. The high-end gaming PC is powered by an AMD Ryzen 5950X processor, 128GB of Corsair Dominator Platinum 3200MHz RGB RAM, a 2TB Corsair 4TB MP500 Core Gen4 SSD, and a Hydro X Cooled NVIDIA 24GB GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card.
The Sony PlayStation VR2 design was revealed at CES 2022, and since then, new information has leaked. Apparently, the company filed a patent for ‘Positional Haptics via Head-Mounted Peripheral’, which has lead some to believe that haptic technology could be used to improve the headset’s immersive sound technology.