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Nintendo just recently debuted the eighth iteration of their popular Mario racing game, Mario Kart 8. But back in the day, the most popular version was Mario Kart 64 which was the first kart game to offer four player action and 3D graphics. Most teens of today grew up playing later versions of Mario Kart. So how will they do in a Mario Kart 64 tournament?
At this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, Sony announced their new portable video game system, the PlayStation Vita. The Vita is really just the newest version of the PSP. I guess Sony wanted to make it seem like an entirely new system. There are many new features on the Vita, such as dual analog sticks, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, motion sensors, front and back touch controls, two cameras, impressive graphics and more. Expect to pay $250-$300.
This video, however, takes the cake for the funniest reaction thus far.
Watch as this poor security guard in Uganda gets way more than he bargained for when GamersNights filmed an episode of “UrbanTV” with him as the star.
They strapped an Oculus Rift DK2 onto the guard’s face and filmed his reaction, but, unfortunately, forgot to tell him what he was seeing wasn’t real.
What happens is funny in the “should I be feeling bad?” sort of way.
Natalie Tran aka communitychannel had some fun lip syncing around her VR playing boyfriend. This sillyness got her over 1.2 million views within two days.
“This is VR Partner Life. Happy Valentines Day, Oculus Rift.”
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These days, kids have access to amazing mobile technology that was the stuff of science fiction only 20 years ago. Back then, kids only had one mobile device. Instead of the iPhone, it was the Nintendo Gameboy, and everyone had one. Instead of apps, you had cartridges. Long before there was Flappy Bird, there was Tetris.
The Fine Brothers decided to show a classic grey Game Boy to their group of kids to see how they react. Surprisingly, many of them recognize what has become the world’s most famous portable video game system. But can the kids figure out how to put a game disk in and play?
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