I am not sure the gaming machine pictured above will improve your game, but maybe it won't matter.
Dream Arcades announced its Dreamcade Kegerator, which the company says has been nicknamed the "Inebriation Station."
The arcade unit, which retails for just under $4,000, comes equipped with more than two dozen shooting games, from Big Buck Hunter to House of the Dead 3. Besides the shooting games there are some 145 more classic titles such as Ms. Pac-Man and Galaga.
Under the hood, you will find three built-in beer taps.
For more information, visit www.dreamarcades.com.
In other news:
- New screenshots (see photos) have been released for the Game of Thrones, due to be released in the second quarter of this year by Focus Home Interactive for the PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360.The game will follow the adventures of Mors, sworn brother of the Night Watch, and Alester, the red priest.
- Project Blackout, a free-to-play online shooter from SG Interactive, announced special events for the new year. Jan. 11-25, all players will receive 50 percent more experience points and credits, and random gift boxes. Players who have been active since Nov. 11, 2011 will get a free Famas G2 Supply Kit. For more details, visit http://pb.gamerage.com.
- The Mediterranean Traveller Map Pack, new downloadable content for Assassin's Creed Revelations from Ubisoft, will be available Jan. 24. The pack will include six new multiplayer maps featuring the holy city of Jerusalem, imperial district of Constaninople and more.
- Capcom announced the official demo for Asura's Wrath will be available Jan. 11 on both the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live. The game itself will be available Feb. 21 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.