Sep 082014
Teens React To The Original Nintendo

Today, kids and gamers have a huge library of options to get their gaming fix. XBox1, PS4, and Wii U are just some of the choices. But there’s also handheld gaming, PC gaming, and casual games on smartphones. Back in the day, there was only one king of video games: the original Nintendo Entertainment System.

Terrifyingly, most teens of today have never played the original Nintendo. To show the kids of today what they are missing, The Fine Brothers gave a group of teens the NES to see how they react to the true original. 

(Name that reference: “You mean you have to use your hands? That’s like a baby’s toy?)


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Aug 272014
Pokemon Tournament Fighting Game Is Every Nerds Dream

Since the dawn of Pokemon, everyone has wanted just one thing: to actually have the pokemon fight! Sure the RPG turn system is fun and makes for a great strategy game, but it lacks the action of a real battle. Finally, The Official Pokémon Channel has debuted this video of what Pokemon Tournament, a hybrid of Pokemon and a fighting game like Tekken, might look like. Awesome!


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Aug 212014
VideoGamesNewYork Is The Coolest Video Game Store

In the Big Apple, video game fans in the know don’t shop as GameStop or Walmart for their games, collectibles, and controllers. In Manhattan there is only one video games store true nerds shop at. VideoGamesNewYork. Jeff Rubin of BuzzFeed had the lucky opportunity to check out the video game heaven and check out all their rare and crazy products


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Aug 202014
Pierce Brosnan Plays GoldenEye 007 On N64 With Jimmy Fallon

Today, there are countless popular first person shooter games. But back in the late 90’s, there was only one FPS party game: GoldenEye 007 on the Nintendo 64. No sleepover party was complete without a GoldenEye tournament.

As he was hosting James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon thought it would be appropriate to challenge the real Bond to a game of 007 on the classic N64.

Who do you think will win?


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Aug 142014
Third Person Driving Using A Drone For Sight

British scientist Tom Scott conducted a rare driving experiment that was impossible only a short time ago. He had two drivers that couldn’t see anything in front of them attempt an obstacle race. Instead, they wore video goggles that had a live feed from a camera on a flying drone. The perspective was similar to a video game. Except this is real life! This is the third person driving experiment


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