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Ballpark Classics MLB Baseball Game

Create your own league or just reenact past fall classics with the Ballpark Classics MLB Baseball Game ($250). This challenging tabletop game is made from quality materials like wood and a turf-like felt playing field, and comes with over 30 MLB mini-felt pennants to allow for stadium customization. Players simply assume the normal positions of hitter and pitcher, with the pitcher sliding the ball down a slick tube and onto the authentically-scaled field, where the batter — or bat, as it were — awaits. Hit it into one of the openings in the fence to advance your runners, or perish. Sure, you could pick up a console gaming system and an MLB-licensed game for the same price, but then you'd miss out on the joys of pre-1980s era gaming.

  • Kinect

    We've seen it in countless demos and heard about it through prototype hands-ons and vague rumors, but Project Natal is real, and it's ready to play. The Kinect for Xbox 360 ($150) is Microsoft's killer motion tracking add-on, featuring a camera, audio sensors, motion-sensing tech to track 48 points of movement on your body, and the ability to recognize faces and voices. All of which works together to give you a unique, motion-driven gaming experience without the need for silly things like controllers.

  • Mad Catz Cyborg F.L.Y. 9 Wireless Flight Stick

    We're not going to say you'll look like a tool when using this thing, because if you're in the market for the Mad Catz Cyborg F.L.Y. 9 Wireless Flight Stick ($100), you probably don't give a damn. Made for the Xbox 360, this insane peripheral is the first flight stick given Microsoft's official 360 seal of approval, and features robotic looks, cyborg-worthy accuracy, and the ability to adjust the handle length, head angle, and handle rake angle, which either means the angle at which the handle protrudes from the base, or the "angle" it's going to use when trying to extort money from you for cleaning your yard.