Remember the cardboard wizard who turned Amazon boxes into a Japanese temple? Well, he's back, and this time, he's created a remote control cardboard model tank.
Last night at GDC in San Francisco, Obsidian Entertainment announced a new game. You might expect the company behind RPGs like Fallout: New Vegas and South Park: The Stick of Truth to have another massive adventure up their sleeve, but nope! It's a free-to-play tank game.
There is a battlefield. And tanks. The multiplayer is local, and you use a wheel controller, a headset, and a monitor. But this is unlike anything else you might've seen before.
It might look like a one-seat sofa capable of traversing almost any terrain on the planet, but this compact electric vehicle is actually designed to be a highly maneuverable and comfortable alternative to a traditional wheelchair. You won't ever see it cruising down sidewalks, but one day they might be crawling all…
The phone-controlled robotic pet battle escalates significantly today with the launch of Desk Pets' Battle Tank, the tiny tread-borne desktop terror, ready to roam about your work surface narrowly avoiding obstacles until it's needed in battle.