October 17, 2008

Drinking and Driving the Responsible Way

dream-arcade.jpgWe love to have the occasional relaxing night of sitting around, drinking beer, and playing video games. Actually, who're we kidding? We like to do that most nights - that's no secret. One of our darker secrets, however, is that we especially like to get liquored up and play driving games.

Why driving games? Well, it lets you test that age-old drunk's plea that you "drive better when you're a little buzzed," but without putting any lives at risk. Oh, and it's also a lot of fun to be able to drive 150 miles an hour with a beer in your hand (spraying machine gun fire out the window a la GTA is purely optional). Now, the Octane 120 Kegerator/Racing Simluator has arrived on the scene, giving us the ability to smoke the tires and drink in style.

This full-on racing simulator has a steering wheel, pedals, a kegerator in the back, two taps and a cup holder. Oh, and it also has over 200 games, a 122" screen, and home theater sound. Guess that's what you should expect for the $7,000 price tag. We also guess we'd better start saving our pennies now (and remind you all that Christmas is coming. Ahem.)

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 17, 2008 11:24 AM
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