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The new hipster hotness: an old-timey headset for mobile phones. #whynot
Blast from the past! Since when did they start selling the Sega Genesis again?
I keep tapping but nothing happens! (at Bed Bath & Beyond)
Of all the game product tie-ins out there, this at least makes sense. #battlefield #ea
The latest in my continuing series of “Activision’s Retail Placement for Skylanders” photos. Microsoft Store, SF
The requisite “line photo”— fair number of people, roughly same as PS4 launch at GameStop last week
Sheldon Hershiser, 19, plays “Killer Instinct” at the Microsoft Store in San Francisco during the Xbox One launch.
The Microsoft store totally stole the crowd. Who can resist a midnight DJ and indoor waiting?
The scene outside the downtown San Francisco GameStop. Very short line (9 people)
The sign for the Xbox One launch in San Francisco
Finished product: a map of our home in San Francisco.
Making our woodcut map! (A great sitting activity for when your back is unhappy.)
Making a woodcut map of our neighborhood.
CoD: Ghosts gets aisle-side billing at Costco while Battlefield 4 forced inland.
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