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Toylet Urinal Gaming System by Sega Comes to Japan (1)

You would have thought Sega was kidding when it first teased about a video game system installed inside urinals, which enables players to control the game using the power of their pee. Apparently, they were dead serious. The Toylet consists of an LCD screen placed above the urinal and an infrared sensor that tracks both speed, duration, and pressure level of one's pee stream. Sega plans on introducing the Toylet in bars and restaurants, where players can even "compete" with other players who have previously used the Toylet. Talk about awkward. The Toylet system will be available for retail beginning November for $1,850, games included. Source: Diginfo, via CrunchGear Read More

Vintage Sega Dreamcast Games Now Playable in Xbox 360 and PC (3)

Miss playing old-school Sega Dreamcast games? Sega lets you relive the great early days of 3D gaming (using the video game console many say was ahead of its time) with the Dreamcast Collection, which can be played on the Xbox 360 and PC. The collection includes Sonic Adventure, Crazy Taxi, Space Channel 5: Part 2, and Sega Bass Fishing. Sega adds that the graphics of the games have been enhanced for both the 360 and PC, but only the 360 version will feature Achievements and Leaderboards. Also take note that the PC version will only be available as a digital download. The Sega Dreamcast Collection will be released on February 22. Price is still unknown. Source: CrunchGear Read More

This Sega Toys Robotic Cat Can Sing and Do Handstands (1)

Sega Toys has been specializing in robot pets since 2006. This year, the company has unveiled their latest robotic cat named Sakadachi Nyachi. It does not look as a real cat, more cartoonish actually, with its light pink fur and a blue star on its side, but what makes it interesting is that it follows up to 13 voice commands. This includes singing while meowing, giving a handshake, and even doing a hand stand. Nyachi weighs about 600 grams and is sized like a bit smaller than a domestic cat. It is now available for kids all over Japan. For those living overseas, you can order it at Geek Stuff 4 U for only US$174. Source: CrunchGear Read More

Sega Ultimate Genesis Collection Brings Us Back to Nostalgia (0)

Remember when you were growing up and got introduced to the wonderful world of Sega Genesis?  You were enthralled by then advanced graphics and the amazing gameplay.  However, times have changed and those Sega games have become a thing of childhood past, but not anymore.Sega brings your all-time favorite Genesis games right into your iPhone! The Sega Ultimate Genesis Collection puts together classic Sega titles into one and even adding more games in the future.  Users can buy Sega Genesis games directly from the app, but not without some wallet-hurting consequences.  The first game that you get is free (Space Harrier II), but any other game has its cost.  Sonic the Hedgehog costs US$5.99, Golden Axe for $4.99, Ecco the Dolphin and Shining Force go for $2.99 each.Just imagine purchasing all those Sega titles that are currently available on the App Store, not to mention the new titles that will come up.  If you buy all of them, you'd be poor in no time.  Let's hope Sega will come up with a discounted bundle.Image source:  Gizmodo Read More

Goofiest Game Gear Ever Made: Sega 32X (0)

Weird game consoles aside (read: Nintendo Virtual Boy which looked like cross between a grill and a studio camera), Sega certainly top the list of "most things you can do to upgrade your game console". Perhaps Sega had a "throw nothing out" policy back then. We'll never know. But they certainly had a fun run with their never-ending upgrade solutions. Sega Genesis owners were able to upgrade to CD-ROM and use both cartridges and CDs, thanks to the upgrade Sega did. Gamers only had to dock their old Genesis into a Sega CD system. And just to make sure they have everything covered, Sega made another upgrade available for your old Sega console: the Genesis 32X. The 32X needed its own power supply, and was plugged in through the cartridge slot. It improved the few games that came out for it, and not much else. To enjoy the "benefits" of the 32X, you needed all three Sega systems: Genesis, CD and 32X, which basically meant that you needed several extension leads to power your gaming session. So much for throwing nothing out. Image source: Amazon Read More

Sega's Beijing 2008 Olympics Games (0)

With Olympic fever nearing, gamers do not need to eagerly await the opening of the Beijing Olympics this August. Now they can experience the fun and excitement from a gaming perspective with the release of Beijing Olympics 2008 from Sega. The Beijing Olympics 2008 is a realistic sports simulation game that covers the 38 events included in the coming Summer Games in Beijing. Gamers can play with any of the 32 national teams included and compete with others in career and online modes. Playing this game would be like participating as an athlete in the Summer Games in Beijing. With the Olympic fever fast gaining ground, gamers can also take part in enjoying not only the atmosphere but also participate in the Games themselves and try out their sporting skills through their PC's or their favored gaming console of choice. Yes, the game is available for the PC as well as Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.Image Source: Sega Read More

Crazy Taxi iOS Game App (0)

There are classic games that people can't just get enough of. They just have that kind of gameplay that even many players today can still enjoy and find exciting. One of such games is Crazy Taxi, which is now made available for iOS devices. The Crazy Taxi iOS game app is one of the recent game apps from Sega and was once a popular game for the Dreamcast console. It has now been reintroduced for play on iOS devices which makes this classic game relevant again for many current mobile gamers who may not have the chance to play it before. Crazy Taxi is a fun game where players get to be a crazy taxi driver transporting people from one place to another as the main objective. Traffic rules go down the drain in order to get people to their destination in the fastest way possible. This is where the fun element comes in.  Every minute counts as players go through packed traffic, a variety of road obstacles and using some wild and crazy driving to get people to where they want to be, whether they get crazy or not. Game controls have been updated for the touchscreen devices with touch or tilt control modes. There are 16 Mini games to play as well as a choice between Original and Arcade Mode when playing. The Crazy Taxi iOS game app is available at the App Store for a $3 download. Image Source: App Store Read More

Sennheiser CXC 700 Earphones (2)

Typical earphones may not always work that well if used in a variety of environments. Earphones designed for home use, for instance, may not be quite suitable for use when traveling. Travel earphones may be more suitable like the new Sennheiser CXC 700 where noise canceling features may be required. The Sennheiser CXC 700 Earphones feature the NoiseGard active noise canceling technology that identifies and then reduces unwanted ambient noise that may affect an earphone's listening quality. This is available in three different modes that is based on different types of environments- for train or bus travel, for air travel, and for crowded and loud environments. The Sennheiser CXC 700 Earphones also features a TalkThrough functions which mutes the audio and allows users to listen to the external environment. This in-ear phones are expected to come out in the market within this month. There is no word yet on its pricing though. Image Source: Sennheiser Read More

Sennheiser MM450 Bluetooth Wireless Headset (3)

Headsets nowadays often go wireless for more convenience. Bluetooth wireless headsets are becoming more and more popular as a better music listening option while going around. Sennheiser has been one of those companies that cater to this need for good quality wireless headsets. One of their recent offerings is the MM450 Bluetooth Wireless Headset. The Sennheiser MM450 Bluetooth Wireless Headset is a convenient travel headset with features designed for added convenience. This headset features NoiseGard 2.0 that eliminates unwanted background noise by as much as 90 percent when the headset is being used. It can also be conveniently used to switch in between music listening as well as taking calls. It features a discrete and invisible microphone that adds to the convenience. The Sennheiser MM450 makes use of Stereo A2DP Bluetooth Technology for hands free convenience as well as provide hi-fi sound output. The headset is also easily foldable for added storage convenience when not being used. This wireless bluetooth headset is available at Sennheiser for US$590. Image Source: Sennheiser Read More

Linux-Based Caanoo Gaming Device Coming in August (3)

There is still room for another handheld gaming device, at least that's what GamePark would like to tell us as it unveils their Linux-based Caanoo. Features include a 533MHz ARM9 processor, 128MB memory, a dedicated 3D GPU, and a 3.5-inch touchscreen. The controls would remind you of Sega Genesis back in the day, with a joystick instead of a d-pad. It also has accelerometer and vibration functions for enhanced gaming experience. The Caanoo supports open-source games, which requires WiFi dongle to download. It can also display photos and a variety of video files like DivX, XviD, and MPEG4. The manufacturer claims of an upcoming official software developer kit (SDK) and app store, but we will believe it when we see it. The GamePark Caanoo is expected to ship on August 15, costing US$149.90, to importers like Play-Asia. Source: GamePark Facebook Page, via Engadget Read More

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