I was in Best Buy the other day and I came across what looked like a car seat attached to big plastic rails, and I'm thinking, "Okay, I'm not usually interested in car seats, but I have to know what this is." So I asked a Best Buy guy who told me, of course it wasn't a car seat. How could you put that in your car? "Good point, Best Buy guy. So what is it?" A rocking chair, he says. So now I'm thinking, "Oh, right, of course, a rocking chair. Um, wait. Why would anyone want a rocking chair that looks like a car seat?"
Turns out there's an answer: playing video games. Of course, you don't need something that looks like a car seat to play video games, but it is kind of cool looking and fits the motif for race games and fighter games. And it's low to the ground, so you get a good gamer's eye vantage of your TV. And it rocks so you can, um, rock. Well, I don't need to rock when I play games, but it can't hurt to have that feature.
Not that I'm complaining, but the rocker has some other unusual attributes. Like "Grip-Zone teeth for gripping the ground on sand, snow or dirt." (Did I mention the chair is indoor/outdoor?) Not sure how much use this is. Even if you're playing a snowboarding game, I don't think you'd want to actually play it in snow. The chair can also rock all the way back, which, if you did that would mean you'd be looking at the ceiling. Other than falling backward in chagrin when I die, I don't see how useful this is, either.
The chair is modestly priced at $79 and seems like it's pretty sturdy. I also saw someone selling a pair of red AK Rockers on eBay for a $60 starting bid, so maybe you can get them cheaper. The only real problem I see is that they're large and don't fold up, so not sure where you'd store them. They don't seem like the kind of thing you'd leave out in the living room. Since they're indoor/outdoor, I guess you could always store them outside...