Tagged: Game console

Final Fantasy XV inspired Xbox One S is fully functional

Final Fantasy XV inspired Xbox One S-6

Designed to sit along the Xbox One, the all new Xbox One S is just more than a mere slimmer version of the console. The new game console is 40 percent smaller and packs an internal power supply with up to 2 terabyte of internal storage, which makes it the most advanced Xbox ever.  This prowess isn’t enough to save the Xbox from modder fantasy – amid other modifications at the latest exhibition at the Châtelet in France, the Final Fantasy XV inspired Xbox One S is what’s really keeping the onlookers riveted. Read More…

Pixel Vision foldable game console links present with the past 

Love Hulten Pixel Vision portable game console

Arcade games are never going to go out of fashion, and seasoned modder Love Hulten is keeping the love alive with his creations. Latest in his collection being the Pixel Vision – a pocked-sized game console that can store over 10,000 different games. The handheld emulator system is made completely from solid walnut, and is designed to provide that arcade-style gaming console in your hands. The foldable console is inspired by Game boy Advance SP and has been modelled after the likes of NES, Game Boy and Atari 2600, including others, to revive the love of consoles from yesteryears. Read More…

Mouth-controlled game controller lets paralyzed gamer beat friends at FIFA

World's first MOUTH-controlled game console

Video game fanatic Will Clark who broke right half of his neck in a triathlon accident was left paralyzed neck down and lost all hope of playing his favorite games until friends Megan Heap and Dan Home helped built him a mouth-controlled PlayStation controller. Using the mouth-controlled game controller, Clark can play FIFA and a few racing games. Clark’s wheelchair has been fitted with buttons that he can operate with his shoulders, and has joystick which he operates with lips and chin. Read More…

Game console lets you play Mario or Tetris with only one move a day

Ishac Bertran Slow Games

It’s a fast passed world this; and video games we play make it all them more speedy. The video games engage a player in such an immersive environment that almost everything around ceases to exist. To transform this fast-paced environment into a ‘contemplative experience’, a New York-based designer, Ishac Bertran has designed and created a range of video game consoles, which surprisingly only allow players to make one move a day – on games such as Mario, Tetris and Pong. Read More…