Have your heart set on some authentic retro gaming? Well, you could probably buy a real SNES or Genesis for far less cash, but if you'd rather play your old carts on your computer, you'd best pick up a Retrode ($85). This compact gadget houses cartridge slots and two controller ports for both 16-bit consoles, and connects to your computer via USB, offering driverless operation using any emulator — no composite RCA input required.
We're still not completely sold on the idea of dominos in a classy setting, but if you are, you've come to the right place page. Bronze Bones ($1,500) are a limited edition, high-end 28-piece domino set, hand-machined from blackened bronze, and featuring an original, geometric design. They arrive in a leather bound hollowed-out book, along with a score pad, pencil, and sharpener.
[Scouted by Kelly]
Remember when the Super Nintendo was released, and you quickly realized how awesome it would be if the GameBoy could display graphics that shiny — or even display color period? Fast forward twenty years, and your childhood dream has become a reality with the SupaBoy ($80). Powered by a 2.5-hour rechargeable battery, the SupaBoy lets you plug in your old SNES cartridges and play on the go using the built-in controls and 3.5-inch LCD, or connect it to your TV via the AV out and plug in two controllers for a retro gaming experience.