Watch as the fine folks from Tested take one of my favorite things in the whole world and transform it into endless nightmare.
The latest version of The Legend of Zelda’s hero has been stealing hearts since he made his E3 2014 debut. Medicom’s Real Action Hero figure of Breath of the Wild Link follows suit.
3A toys—most recently flooring us with their Destiny efforts—have also managed to pick up the rights to make some Transformers figures. And oh boy.
San Diego Comic-Con 2016's begins with this evening’s preview night, when many of the most desirable collectible exclusives will disappear. Then there are there are the exclusives that’ll likely make it through to Sunday, like 24 karat gold Iron Man and Guan Yu Stan Lee.
The board game Operation is a great example of how negative feedback can also negatively affect your performance. But instead of playing in constant fear of that loud buzzing sound, when you touch the sides while playing this sadistic version of Operation, you get blasted with a paintball gun. Sounds like a lot of fun.
A new Star Wars movie is hugely important. New merchandise for it, just so—which is why one of the biggest reveals of yesterday evening’s Rogue One panel at Celebration Europe included Felicity Jones getting her very own Jyn Erso action figure. Now we can have a closer look.
While it would be much more impressive if the Android-looking tablet the San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Soundwave transformed into actually worked, turning something so flat into a robot with such presence is still quite a feat.
I can see your pores, Snake.
This glory is what $190 of action figure will get you, Destiny fans.
Good news and bad news, guys: Korra, star of the Avatar sequel The Legend of Korra, has finally received an action figure courtesy of the folks at Good Smile. That’s the good news. The bad news is that if you were hoping for a Korra figure without a giant, oversized head, well, you’re going to be waiting a while…
Just look at it.
Making it’s U.S. debut at Anime Expo this weekend, 1000toys’ 35 Mechatro WeGo & Hatsune Miku figure is Frederator Studios’ take on Japan’s popular virtual idol. So of course, celery stick-wielding mech.
This is what the first official Transformers animated series for adults looks like. So far, so good.
This week marks the 25th anniversary of the release of the first Sonic the Hedgehog game, and Tomy is celebrating with a group of plushies that recall a time when Sonic was pudgy, Dr. Robotnik was round and secondary characters were exciting additions.
Now available in stores across the country, Game Developer Barbie is here to prove that anyone has the power to create crappy match-three games, even if they only have five points of articulation.
Not only are we getting a trio of Amiibo figures based on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild—including the first-ever articulated Amiibo—Nintendo has seven new Super Mario Amiibo coming in November, complete with a glowing ghost and the worst character ever.
If you’re curious about drones, but don’t want to spend $500 or more on a DJI Phantom, these discounted Dromidas are great quads to practice with.