I don’t know why I’m surprised by this being a thing. I should have known that madness of the legacy of the late-WWE Hall-of-Famer “Macho Man” Randy Savage was just TOO MACHO to stay in only one Bethesda game. Fallout 4 has been out since early November of last year, but I htink I speak for most gamers that the game was not as good … Continue reading ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage returns to Video Games; This Time in ‘Fallout 4’
Should you be fortunate enough to still have one of your old Fisher Price cassette player — found it alongside your Pocket Rockers, slap bracelets and Benneton sweaters — you’ll no longer have to look at your beloved personal electronic “stereo” as a technological fossil. You can thank Matt Gruskin for giving the device a second look — and a second life — as a retro-styled Bluetooth speaker. Continue reading “Some Wonderful Soul converted a Fisher-Price Cassette Player into a Bluetooth Speaker!”
It’s time for Episode 114 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses an “invisible” reconstruction, the Easy Bake 3D Printer, play DOOM on an ATM, and the man they call Sting descends from the rafters! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling.
I can recall playing the id classic Doom on a myriad of devices, from computers, to home consoles (the SNES) and even on some portable systems, but could you imagine walking up to the ATMs at a local branch of your bank (or federal credit union; FCU’s FTW!) and after making a deposit, withdraw or transfer, you could play a few rounds of Doom? Well ladies and gentlemen, thanks to the work of a pair of Australian hackers, this automated teller machine from Bizarro-world exists and is just all kinds of awesome. Continue reading “This ATM That Plays Doom Would Make Trips to the Bank So Much Better”
Mohammed Osman Ali is a refugee in Uganda, and he is doing his best to make the best of a bad situation. Ali plan is setting up a business in video games. After scavenging through discarded electronic parts, hardware and games, along with busting his behind to learn how they worked so he could operate and maintain them. In the end, he’s managed to establish an “arcade” in … Continue reading Ugandan Refugee Makes A Living Using An Old, Modded PS2 as an Arcade
It’s time for Episode 104 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses GIF-ified architecture, the release of Open Xanadu, a FREE Metal Gear 1 remake and Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Continue reading “GIFitecture Xanadu Metal Gear Austin’s Skullbuster – WIRed #104”
Are you a huge Metal Gear fan like I am? Are ya’? ARE YA’?!? Since I’m a huge fan, I do in fact own the special edition of Metal Gear Solid 3 (called “Subsistance”) which contained updated playable versions of the original MSX Metal Gear games (Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake). But if you’re itching to get your hands on the first game for a nostalgic run, then you’d be happy with the news that a group of independent modders had Konami’s permission to reboot the very first Metal Gear game from 1987 and release it completely free to the public. Oh my goodness, IT’S ACTUALLY HAPPENING!!!!!!! Continue reading “Konami Authorizes A Free ‘Metal Gear (1987) Reboot!”
It’s time for Episode 95 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses classic (but fake) architect selfies, carrier-free SIM cards in Holland, a fan-made Mother collection on Wii, and pro wrestling’s greatest factions! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Continue reading “ArchSelfies Free SIMs Mother Wii Factions – WIRed #95”
This week on WIRed, there’s a building in Japan that looks like that guy from that thing, former NASA make something really cool — because reasons –, NBA 2K13 makes Space Jam even MORE awesome, why you should be weary before going on Piper’s Pit! Continue reading “Itt In Japan Bullet-Timing Space Jams Piper’s Pit- WIRed #78”
*EDIT: NOW AVAILABLE FOR NBA 2K14 on PC!
“…here’s your chance, do your dance at the Space Jam! Alright, alright, alright….”
Anyways, besides this being available for almost three months now (remember, The PractitioNERD is NOT a news site), some awesome person(s) created a mod for the PC version of last year’s entry of the NBA 2K series, NBA 2K13, that allows you to play as either the Michael Jordan/Bugs Bunny-led TuneSquad or the Mr. Swackhammer-led Monstars from the 1996 live-action/animated cult classic, Space Jam. Aside from the being one of the best cult movies ever and having arguably the BEST MOVIE SOUNDTRACK EVAAAAR, it now has one of the best and most nostalgic PC mods ever. Continue reading “Welcome To The SPACE JAM….through a NBA 2K13 PC Mod”