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GNO3 Gundam USB flash drive from Bandai Japan

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2010

This guy looks a little big to be a flash drive. Then again it is a Gundam. Straight from Bandai Japan, this GNO3 Gundam USB flash drive will protect your desk from other robots and evildoers. It comes in capacities of 1GB, 2GB and 4GB (We think).

It also comes pre-loaded with a GN03 game to pass the time when you should be working. Why not buy two and face them off against each other? If only they moved and I could have my own Rock Em Sock Em robots.

PAC-MAN Mobile goes multiplayer

Posted in Games by Shane McGlaun on December 8th, 2008

PAC-MAN MobilePAC-MAN was one or the original arcade games that spawned a generation of gamers who fed the game all of their allowance in the form of quarters. As the home video game console emerged, PAC-MAN was one of the titles that virtually every Atari owner had in their library.

Bandai Namco announced recently that the mobile version of the arcade classic would be shipping soon in Europe and would include 256 levels in the single player game that faithfully recreates the original arcade version that gamers will have fond memories of.

Bandai’s Luminodot is Lite-Brite gone wild

Posted in Toys by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2008

Bandai’s Luminodot is Lite-Brite gone wildTired of creating masterpieces on your etch-a-sketch? Maybe you’ve thought about moving up to Lite-Brite art, but it wasn’t quite doing it for you. Well my friends, this is Lite-Brite on steroids, mixed with some ectstacy. It’s Bandai’s Luminodot. Essentially an updated Lite-Brite with over twice the resolution (resolution being pegs) of the original. Just like th original, you get several design templates with the kit. There’s even an online template generator that will render your very own designs to PDF.

The kit also gives you 1,600 pegs in twelve colors, which will fill about half the Luminodot’s 70 x 50, 3,500 peg display. Don’t worry, you can order more if your kid and your pets eat them. It has the typical LED backlighting you would expect, but interestingly it also features twenty-five preprogrammed animated sequences. Wait for it…. Currently it’s only available in Japan. Yeah I know. I hate typing that as much as you hate reading it. Check out a video below.

Bandai mirai scope: digital fortune teller

Posted in Toys by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2008

Bandai mirai scope
Here’s the latest in electronic oracles, ready to predict your hum-drum future. Unlike, say the magic 8 ball, it uses digital personality assessment, and other strange voodoo to predict your future. The Mirai Scope begins by asking you about fifty personal questions, so that it can sort you into one of 236 personality types. Once it pigeonholes you, your profile is combined with some other crazy nonsense as it tries to zero in on your future course in life.

You can ask it for predictions on topics like health, wealth, and even your love life. One interesting feature is an infrared profile-sharing feature that lets you predict the future for you and your significant other. It sounds like a basic “20 questions”, narrowing down possibilities with your answers. It will cost you $28 in Japan.