As seen at the United States Postal Service's truly bizarre Consumer Electronics Show booth.
If you can get past the skin-soft silicon, the over-sexualized mouth, the transparent nightie and uncomfortably-separated thighs, Douglas Hines latest invention could offer some interesting insight into the way games interact with people.
The most impressive thing about Capcom's download ports of arcade classics Final Fight and Magic Sword aren't the gameplay, it's the frame that the game plays within.
The second to last thing I was expecting to be writing about my visit to Razer's CES booth was an Xbox 360 controller. The last thing? That I like it more than Microsoft's version.
Famed role-playing game developers Bioware are going after a surprising audience with their upcoming RPG, Mass Effect 2: Fans of first-person shooters.
Las Vegas is a city of smoke and mirrors.
Epic Games VP Mark Rein brought with him the latest platforms on which the company's Unreal Engine 3 officially runs, iPhone 3GS hardware and Nvidia's Tegra 2 "system-on-a-chip" platform, giving us a chance to go hands-on with the tech demo.
It's official: 3D is coming and you just can't stop it. And better still, the headache-producing technology is bringing with it an array of gaudy and ill-fitting glasses.
Made of solid steel, Saitek's X65F Pro Flight stick doesn't actually move when you use it to fly a plane, instead the shaft sensing the pressure you're exerting on the stick and translates it into movement.
I get a lot of grief whenever I join Capcom to play a little Street Fighter IV or Super Street Fighter IV.
Microsoft says that it's planning on bringing "entirely new original experiences to life" with the addition of Project Natal's controller free add-on later this year, not on reworking already existing games to make them Natal ready.
Overheard asking a Microsoft rep if they'd like his son to playtest games for them, Sinbad was seen wandering the Microsoft booth at CES this weekend.
After a three year long wait, the Xbox 360 will get IPTV service in the United States, thanks to Mediaroom and AT&T Uverse. While a nice addition to the Xbox 360's list of services, it has its limitations.
Of all the 3D content on display at CES 2010, it might have been the Gears of War 2 demonstration at Samsung's booth that was most impressive.
Excalibur isn't just the name of a wicked-cool sword, it's also the name of a company that makes retro gaming products.