The Alien side in Sega’s Aliens vs. Predator (due out Spring 2010) gets some face-hugging time with this Alien reveal trailer; Predators and Marines = green eggs and ham.
Badass is written by Ben Thompson, who has been blogging one badass every week since 2004 on his website; the 352 page book features the 40 baddest badasses ever. Thanks, FF!
Set to a catchy tune by Cage The Elephant, this TV spot for Borderlands may be light on content but encapsulates everything we love about the game; it’s also mercifully Claptrap free.
While we only caught a glimpse of it in the debut trailer, this developer’s walkthrough gives us an in-depth look on Lego Indiana Jones 2′s editor; the consensus: like LBP, but in 3D.
While Akira Kurosawa’s later works are an acquired taste, there’s no denying how badass Rashomon and Seven Samurai were; AK 100 collects all 25 films of his career on 25 DVDs.
We have to hand it to Joe for a truly meta proposal: this series of LEGO picnic engagement boxes were given to his girlfriend Kristen as they were having that very picnic (she said yes).
Now available: Cities XL gets a proper intro with this stunning Launch Trailer; for the uninitiated, it’s a city builder with both single player and pay-to-play MMO components.
Don’t let the relaxing music in this gameplay trailer fool you: New Super Mario Bros Wii pulls no punches by honoring the classic side scroller with new levels that’ll actually be challenging.
Fans of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday’s original Astonishing X-Men run will love the Omnibus: totaling 672 pages, it includes all 24 issues and Giant Size Astonishing X-Men #1.
Gary Vaynerchuk distills his practical yet infectious take on web entrepreneurship into Crush It!, book one of a 10-book deal; he is also host of Wine Library TV, now a $60-million business.
Permanently stay on vacation (and drive your coworkers nuts) with these Caribbean Finger Drums; they feature eight touch-sensitive pads, good for one octave of a complete scale.
On a scale of 1-10, this Developer Walkthrough for Splinter Cell: Conviction scores a Jack Bauer; it covers the seamless storyline delivery, interrogation tactics and the new sticky cam.
1800 Tequila continues its Essential Artists series for 2009; 12 new bottles join the mix, including grand prize winner StevOramA and Shepard Fairey’s Studio Number One.
Crytek’s CryENGINE 3 game development platform is now available to devs; it features PS3, Xbox 360 and DX9/DX10 support and a redesigned sandbox editor with real-time Live Create.
Mel Gibson is in full bad-ass form in Edge of Darkness, a suspense/thriller about a father who loses his daughter; in theaters 01/29/10, it’s a bit of Payback mixed with Conspiracy Theory.
A next-gen Stylophone, the Stylophone Beatbox features samples from UK beatbox champ MC Zani as well as percussion and steel drum sounds; also: record and scratch functions.
Coming to PSN 10/15, Mushroom Wars looks a bit like Pikmin but is a fast-paced RTS with upgradable bases and weaponry; it’ll offer campaign, skirmish and local multiplayer modes.
It’s never too young to prepare for a living dead apocalypse: these Zombie Mobiles by Salty and Sweet include Braaains, Six Feet Over, and even a Left 4 Dead inspired mobile.
Orvis’ Pull-on SnowShorts are the ultimate convergence device: they sport a foam-padded PVC “seat” with runners that turn your butt into an instant sled. Yes, they come in adult sizes.
Plot would only get in the way with a cast this awesome: The Expendables includes Sly Stallone, Mickey Rourke, Dolph Lundgren, Jet Li, Jason Statham, and more guns than the NRA.
Let the fur-lined hunting caps fly: this intro video for DJ Hero takes the classic DJ battle to epic heights, with collapsing overpasses, out of control semis and hordes of breakdancers.
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