The new uDraw Tablet for Nintendo Wii is pretty cool… it turns any TV into an art studio! Simply click your Wii remote into the tablet and you’re ready to draw. Bundled with the uDraw Studio game, users can create original works of art, shade in dozens of coloring book templates, use a selection of stamps, and more and can save their creations on an SD card to share them with others.
uDraw studio accommodates various levels of artistic ability, and kids and adults alike will enjoy the Pictionary game that requires the tablet too. The game has over 3,000 clues and several drawing styles, shape tools and colors. The three game modes include Pictionary game show, Pictionary Mania, & Free Draw and is the perfect addition to Family Game Night.
According to the game, a Sony engineer in Tokyo has discovered that the PSP camera (included with the game) is more sensitive than the human eye, and can see “creatures of light” hiding out on real-world objects. Now that humans can use this technology see Invizimals (strange Pokemon-like creatures), you can collect, interact with, evolve and send them into battle! Look for them wherever you can: on your desk, the top of your TV, in your closet, in your empty shoe boxes, etc. Each game comes with a camera to spot your critters and a “trap card,” which allows players to catch, raise and level them once they’re seen. Different monsters spawn in different locations depending on colors in their environment and the time of day.
FLO TV allows you to watch 5 hours of TV on a 3.5″ touchscreen with a single battery charge anywhere, anytime. It includes a unique variety of live, simulcast, and time-shifted programming on channels that include ABC Mobile, Adult Swim Channel, CBS Mobile, CNBC, COMEDY CENTRAL, The Disney Channel, ESPN, FOX Mobile, FOX News Channel, MSNBC, MTV, NBC 2Go, and Nickelodeon that stream via a dedicated nationwide network. For more on the FLO TV, check out our blog post here.
You may have noticed some changes to our website today. Our navigation has changed and what was once our “video games and portable audio” category is now “video games and accessories”. When you click on that page, you’ll be taken to our new-and-improved PCR Game Zone. This is your one-stop shop for everything video games, consoles and accessories!
Two of the most highly-anticipated video game accessories are being released soon: the PlayStation Move and Xbox Kinect. Nintendo Wii pioneered the motion technology that these two accessories take advantage of, but now you can enjoy this same entertainment on your other consoles!
PlayStation Move: Releasing September 19, 2010
PlayStation Move is an accessory that brings Wii-like motion control to your PlayStation 3. The PlayStation Move bundle comes with the move controller, PlayStation Eye Camera, and Sports Champions game disc. Sports Champions allows you to choose from one of 10 athletes from around the world to play a wide range of sports like disc golf, gladiator duel, beach volleyball, archery, table tennis and bocce. Check out this video below showing off the one-to-one motion technology that PlayStation Move offers:
Unlike Nintendo Wii and PlayStation Move motion technology, Kinect does not require you to be holding controllers for you to play games. Kinect is a sensor that recognizes your body and mirrors your movements in the game, making you the controller! This means that you can bowl or play ping pong all you want and not worry about a controller getting stuck in your TV screen. The video below explains this “controllerless” idea better than words ever could:
Halo: Reach hits stores September 14th and fans are counting down the days until they can unleash havoc on planet Reach once again. You can make that countdown much sweeter now! When you pre-order Halo: Reach at P.C. Richard & Son, you’ll receive a code for a Recon helmet variant (pictured right) and TRIPLE rewards points in our Video Game Rewards Program. That’s 180 points! Combined with the 300 points you get automatically for signing up with the program, you’re almost halfway through getting the 1000 points you need for a $50 P.C. Richard & Son gift card.
This edition of Madden is expected to be the simplest, quickest and deepest one to date. Its new GameFlow system allows you to control the quarterback and execute an authentic NFL game plan one play at a time. You can customize and use your own offensive and defensive game plans, or execute the plays based on your favorite team’s real-life tendencies for an authentic game.
For me, a big draw of purchasing a PlayStation title is for the trophies. Trophies are PlayStation’s achievement system to show off how much you’ve completed in a game. Bronze trophies are for simple tasks, while silver and gold are a little more complicated. Platinum trophies are earned when you’ve collected every other trophy in the game, and are therefore most difficult to achieve. Obviously, some platinum trophies are more difficult to get than others. Here are 5 smooth-sailing platinum trophies you can earn:
Recently-released mixed martial arts game UFC Undisputed 2010 has been one of this year’s best in the fighting genre. With improved controls and career mode, dynamic changes to gameplay and new fighting styles, it’s certainly a title worth checking out. Best of all, you can grab it for the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 for just $39.99 from P.C. Richard & Son!
The new Xbox 360 slim model is largely sold out across the country, but we still have some in stock! Now is your chance to get one before we experience the shortage as well.
The Microsoft Xbox 360 slim console comes in black and has a 250GB hard drive. It comes with built-in Wi-Fi, 1 black wireless controller, 1 black headset, composite cables and an Xbox Live membership. You can order it now for just $299.97 plus shipping!