PS3 and Xbox 360 owners don’t have a monopoly on turtle nostalgia: check out the features trailer above for TMNT: Smash Up, a Wii/PS2 2.5D fighter due out September 2009.
We almost lost it when Fox threatened to replace the original voice actors, but this set of sixteen 3″ Futurama Mini Figs makes up for it; as Bender would say, buy my shiny metal ass!
Coming to XBLA soon, Serious Sam HD is mostly a graphics tweak but we’re still excited over the trailer above; hordes of goofy monsters and gobs of destruction = count us in.
Available 8/18/09: Ursa Major is Third Eye Blind’s first album in six years and an independent release to boot; it’s received mix reviews, but should be familiar fun for loyal fans.
Multitask doesn’t look like much–it’s pretty basic–and the gameplay seems simple, but things get hairy fast as it torture tests your multitasking skills to their limits. Thanks, Mike!
While the real and virtual worlds are easy to discern in this Rally Reality trailer for DiRT 2, it’s still amazing just how amped up the graphics are; the game hits all major platforms 9/8/09.
You know it’s a good when Apple rejects it for being tricky: Theory11 brings the magic to the iPhone and iPod Touch with Rising Card; it’s a new take on an old mind-reading card trick.
Lineaus Athletic Company’s footballs and punching bags may be pricey, but they’ll last forever; each is made with chrome tanned leather and double lock-stitched polyester thread.
Operation Flashpoint 2 flashes its mechanical credentials with this Vehicles Trailer; it’s war porn on wheels (and wings), with attack helicopters, scout buggies, flak guns and more.
Running nearly 5 minutes, this Stargate Universe featurette gives us a decent sneak peek into the latest addition to the SG franchise; the season premier is Friday, 10/2/09 on SyFy.
Being a superhero without superpowers ain’t all bad: this Gadgets trailer for Batman: Arkham Asylum shows off his favorite toys, including the batarang, grapnel gun and explosive gel.
Think Fallout 3 with less RPG and more runnin’ and gunnin’: this QuakeCon trailer for id Software’s post-apocalyptic FPS Rage looks spectacular; the game is on track for a 2010 release.
As seen on Mythbusters: the Pocket Ref, 3rd Edition is a compendium of seemingly inane but useful tips for geeks; it’s 440 pages of info on wiring, carpentry, first aid and more.
Go behind the scenes of Survival of the Dead, George A. Romero’s upcoming zombie movie which debuts 9/09 at TIFF; it’s 5 minutes of a master at work–dig the look at 5:02, George!
Raven Software’s long anticipated Wolfenstein finally hits store shelves 8/18/09; this launch trailer sums it up, with Nazis, monsters, magic, zeppelins and interdimensional gates.
Assassin’s Creed II gets even better with this Power to the People trailer; alongside a new economic system, you’ll get to work with thieves and mercs, as well as Machiavelli and da Vinci.
Put The Matrix, Resident Evil and Stephen King’s The Stand into a blender, set for puree and you’ve got Legion: still, whatever your beliefs, the 5 min trailer above kicks serious ass.
Above are the first gameplay screenshots for Command & Conquer 4; most noticeable is the Crawler, GDI’s multi-legged (and armed) mobile base and XP points for player progression.
Shot in only two days using a RED camera by Dan Gaud, Leap is a sci-fi short film about the perils of traveling between parallel worlds; it’s still incomplete but a trailer is above.
City builders are more than the sum of their parts, but based on this latest Cities XL Build Your Dreams trailer we’re liking those parts; it arrives 10/8 in Europe, with no US date announced.
Black Bull Whisky is simple and strong Scottish stuff: 50% malt whisky, 50% grain whisky, all of it over 30 years in age and bottled at 100 proof; the first batch is limited to 600 bottles.
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