Tech Digest are GUINNESS WORLD RECORD BREAKERS! WOO!
Tech Digest's wasted youth has paid off; we're now official holders of a Guinness World Record for playing Tetris! Myself (Gerald) and ShinyShiny editor Becca Caddy now hold the record for the "Highest score on Tetris (Nintendo, 1986) for a…
HANDS ON: World's Largest NES Videogame Controller earns Guinness World Records spot
The Guinness World Record for the largest videogame controller on the planet has been broken! British electrical engineering student Ben Allen along with co-creators Stephen van 't Hof and Michel Verhulst put together a gigantic 12ft x 5ft 3 in x 1ft 8 in, 18 stone NES controller…
Tokyo Flash reveal three wallet-friendly wrist watches
Tokyo Flash have today launched three new neon wristwatches to add to their growing range of mad time-pieces. A bit cheaper than other Tokyo Flash watches due to the materials used (plastic rather than the usual combinations of aluminium, steel…
New Street Fighter joysticks are better than a hundred-hand-slap to the face
You can divide the world into two groups of people – those who played Street Fighter in arcades, and those who just played it on the SNES (anyone who’s never played it isn’t actually a person). The former group, although small in number, will go nuts for this tournament-spec joypad, based on the original arcade cabinets. No ‘cheating’ with the XCM Dominator for them.
Those who fit into the second group, but are still excited about Street Fighter IV, might be more excited about the ‘standard’ edition joystick or joypad pictured over the fold, which has shoulder buttons and everything. All three are available from MadCatz “soon”.