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Brookstone - I see one of these places and I salivate with the kind of operant conditioning that comes from a lifetime of gadgeteering.
Emerson was impressed; this was the sort of machine that appealed to his gadgeteering instincts.
Batman's more complex fighting moves, tricked-out new toys and expanded flight controls force a steeper learning curve at the beginning of the game, and alternating among punching, dodging, disarming, jumping and gadgeteering during Batman's epic brawls with hordes of henchmen might prove too frustrating for more casual gamers.
"New tech succeeds in buoying the business of games for another few years, but only until players realize that the unfamiliar wild west of technology really amounts to yet another take on the familiar ordinariness of incessant gadgeteering."
Movement, investigative (mind reading or many enhanced senses), general purpose such as object creation, mind control, gadgeteering.