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The Kickstarter Hall of Shame: Crazy gaming gadgets

Crowdfunding site Kickstarter is a source of great joy for some video game projects, with people pledging millions of dollars for ideas like the Ouya Android console. At the other end of the scale, some concepts frankly never stood a chance. Eccentric, unnecessary, and often downright insane, here are the inductees into GamesBeat’s Kickstarter Gaming Gadget Hall of Shame. (Dev, Industry, Tech)

Sadie2100  +   833d ago
That's some really ridiculous crap in here!
StraightPath  +   833d ago
combiform looks actually good..well not maybe for dedicated gamers but for casuals this could be huge. That could be the next big toy and party game for casuals. Look at bop it and other similar successful toys. I think they should pursue and look for investors or somthing hopefully patented or another big company will rip thier idea and be successful from it.
JeffGrubb  +   833d ago
My tiny brain doesn't understand any of those projects!
BlackWolf  +   833d ago
Oh god....
darkronin229  +   833d ago
Forget the Oculus Rift, I want that suit!

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