Although the technology behind it is no longer impressive, we still have a soft spot in our hearts for the Game Boy Micro ($100). Aside from the fact that it’s tiny — think iPod mini here — it also has a huge library of Game Boy Advance games it can play. It’s not the original GBA games that draw us in, though — it’s the re-issued SNES and NES games that get us excited. Well, that and having another gadget to add to our ever growing man-bag arsenal.
We love to play games, and as the holidays approach, we keep having fewer reasons to hold out on buying a Sony PSP ($250) (yeah, we know it's been out since March — but we weren't around then). More intriguing games are approaching their release date, it's got a built-in web browser, it plays video, MP3 and AAC music files, and shows off pictures like a champ. And if you're planning on picking up a PS3, we're pretty sure you're going to want a PSP to use with it.
Most of us have at one point or another been to a bar and played the touchscreen video games. Now you can bring them home with the Megatouch Gametime ($3795). The machine features a 15" LCD touch screen, over 80 games, and broadband connectivity so you can join all the drunkards still pumping money into the coin-ops and whip up on their candy asses.
If, when you were younger, your parents had rich friends, they probably had rich children, and they probably loved to show you their superior games when you visited. Seek closure for your adolescent arcade game envy with this combo Ms. Pac Man/Galaga Arcade Game ($3000). Now you can have the game you always wanted and show off the fruits of your hard work, while your rich childhood nemesis works his way through yet another stint in rehab. Take that, rich boy!
We love our PSPs, but it's hard to find a case for them that matches the sexiness of the machine. Until now. The PSPouch from Vaja cases ($140) is the most fashionable way to carry your PSP, two extra UMDs, four Memory Stick Duos, and anything you can fit in the zippered accessories pocket.