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Terrible Game Peripherals: The uDraw

In Failed Video Game Peripherals by John Tebbutt

It’s looking a little sketchy It’s time once again to delve into the world of hilariously pointless video game peripherals. We’ve already seen the Wonderbook, a failed peripheral that requires a second failed peripheral (the Playstation Move) to function. Does it get any better/worse than that? Let’s find out. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you…the uDraw! This device started …

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The Two Most Ridiculous “Games” for the Playstation Move

In Failed Video Game Peripherals by John Tebbutt

Now that they cost less than a cheeseburger, they’re actually worth considering… Point me towards a clearance bin full of cheap DVDs with titles like The Robot vs the Aztec Mummy or Master of the Flying Guillotine, and I’ll fill up two shopping bags while the clerk tries to stifle his laughter. Of course, my foolish buying habits aren’t restricted …

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I Like to Move it, Move it

In Failed Video Game Peripherals by John Tebbutt

Fun (?) with obsolete motion-sensing technology This week, Video Vulture takes a look at the ridiculous failed video game peripheral, the “Playstation Move”. For those of you who slept through this debacle, the Move was Sony’s attempt to compete with the arm-flailing Nintendo Wii. The controller is reminiscent of the famous Wii-mote, but with a glowing pastel-coloured ball on the …

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Movie Ending Postponed, Due to Rain

In From the Vault by John Tebbutt

Cloudy tonight, with a 60% chance of messing your movie up   This week, let’s take a look at some hypothetical situations in which famous movies get screwed up by unexpected weather. -If Casablanca (1942) got hit by a massive hailstorm: (RICK and ILSA stand in an airfield, pelted by dime-sized hailstones) RICK: “If that plane leaves the ground and …