Why Lightguns Are Restricted by Most Hunting Permits

And with a bit of luck and a lot of practiced skill, the stoic hunter feeds his family for another day. Now commemorate the plebeian triumph with this $19 shirt. [uneetee via Fashionably Geek] » 9/21/09 12:00pm 9/21/09 12:00pm

Electronic Games of 1979: Addictive, Exciting, Primitive as Hell

After the first Pong cabinet was placed in Andy Capp's Cavern in 1972, video games exploded, reaching their full stride by the late '70s. Here are some of the notable games/systems you played (or would have played) back then: » 7/13/09 3:20pm 7/13/09 3:20pm

DIY Duck Hunt Lamp Still Has That Blasted Laughing Dog

When I look at the classic Nintendo Zapper I think of my younger days as a screaming, hot-headed 8-bit gamer, but not Fluffypants. No siree. The enterprising DIY lamp artist looked at the orange and gray plastic and saw a lamp. A few hours and one fabricated cardboard NES cartridge stand later, that laughing dog was… » 5/11/08 4:00pm 5/11/08 4:00pm

E3 2006: Wii Peripherals And Hands-On Gameplay Impressions

One of the first things Team Giztaku spotted at Nintendo's booth at E3 this morning was the Wii Zapper, under glass in the peripherals case—no Duck Hunt announcement sadly, and there weren't any games on the floor using it, but we were still pretty excited to see it regardless. The first two games we got to play were… » 5/10/06 6:04pm 5/10/06 6:04pm

Duck Hunt Sniper Rifle

Every techie/gamer out there has a Duck Hunt memory of some sort. I personally blame my tourettes on this game and that fucking dog, who taunted me day after day until I showed him by taking a hammer through our new Zenith. If only I had this sniper rifle then, I bet my parents would still speak to me. A couple… » 8/26/05 2:56pm 8/26/05 2:56pm