While it may be a gimmicky product, it’s one that actually has an audience.
Author: Locke Hilderbrand
Coming out in May, this affordable toy is aimed at kids and adults alike and could be a great platform for other virtual games to become adapted to real world counterparts (Castle Crashers anyone?)
It seems as if a more local solution has been put in place to “sell that unwanted gold jewelry”.
Ahh, nothing makes me feel like a teenager again like a good ole Nokia 3210.
Lee Jeans has jumped into the shark pool with Levi’s, and by that I mean they have entered the hectic world of denim collaborations in Japan.
Comfort food fanatics, it is indeed time for a show of hands. You’ll need them actually, because now that you can make a pie in around 8 minutes I have a feeling that your hands may become busy.
New Era has always had its place in pop culture, with celebrities wearing the coveted baseball caps everywhere. However, very rarely has it broken from the tried and tested formula of the baseball cap for sports teams.
Yes, that’s not the word you want to be attached to “& the City” but research is starting to show that the fast paced life you either loathe or love is having its own effects on your brain.
For years, it has been a popular custom for Japanese companies to sell “lucky bags” on New Year’s Day. You purchase a mysterious box of goods for a set price, take it home and open it. You may find something incredibly valuable or something worthless. This is the real world equivalent to a RNG rush, and it’s popping up more and more.
I must be in some instant streaming kick, because the last blog I posted was about a Netflix version of video games, and this one is well; Netflix for people with a lot of money to throw around.