If you find yourself draining the batteries on your Wii remotes too quicky, consider going rechargeable with the Nyko Wii Charging Station ($30). This charging cradle comes with two rechargeable battery packs to integrate with your Wii remotes and dual charging areas to charge two remotes at once.
If you love you some Springfield, then you're really going to dig The Simpsons Pinball Party Machine ($4,999) being sold at Brookstone. This authentic model of the pinball game found in arcades has cool features like a talking Homer head, Bart on a skateboard and the ability to play with or without coins. Doh!
If you don't quite feel like you're really smashing that forehand or chipping out of the sand using just the Nintendo Wii remote, check out this Wii Sports Pack ($22). It includes three attachments that turn your Wii remote controls into more realistic gear, namely a tennis racquet, golf club and baseball bat. [via]
This twin-unit Ford Racing Arcade Game ($19,000) might take your life savings to buy, but at least you'll never again have to waste another quarter of your own to play. Featuring the game Ford Racing: Full Blown, the PC-based arcade system is equipped with force-feedback wheels, driving pedals, and authentic racing seats. The game features the greatest Fords ever, including the 68' Mustang GT, 66' Thunderbird Convertible, and SVT Cobra. The game has 12 tracks across 5 zones, and will automatically update the cabinets simultaneously with 8 new cars and 12 tracks at a pre-set date.
As cool as the shiny white outer of the Wii is, we sometimes miss the old grey and black of the original Nintendo Entertainment System. Bring those looks back to the future with this NES Wii Skin ($15). It features looks reminiscent of the NES, has "Revolution Entertainment System" on the front, and is thin enough to still allow use of the included vertical stand.