If you've got the bank credentials to back it up, you can build your own robotic fighting machine
, or hop in the "squishy ball shooting" Land Walker
and (slowly) mow down neighborhood pests as you please. But if you've only got $60, and don't feel like sustaining any major injuries when releasing that pent-up rage, Mazu Kan's Laser Martial Arts game has you covered. This two-person, "contact-free" slugfest contains a pair of wearable sensors that track your punches, dodges, and uppercuts to determine who loses their "10 life points" first. The built-in "sound and rumble" effects supposedly help you forget that you're not in an actual brawl
, while the "two levels of combat" should put those newly-acquired cagefighting skills to the test. Red vs Blue tees not included.