One of the new gameplay dynamics in Valve’s hotly-anticipated Portal sequel is these gigantic pneumatic tubes, capable of sucking objects across rooms and sending them flying through the air.
From a series rife with video game references, it’s only appropriate that Scott Pilgrim should get his own video game. Ubisoft calls it a “rock-n-roll-action-love-story-game.” We call it awesome.
Konami’s horror franchise returns. Prison escapee Murphy Pendleton goes out of the frying pan and into the fire when he stumbles into Silent Hill, which has darkness, puzzles, and monsters aplenty.
Hulu Plus might be the dagger of death to US cable TV, streaming shows on the iPad, iPhone, PS3 and other connected devices over Wi-Fi and 3G for just $10/month. Still not ad free, though. Boo.
Those pesky Rabbids are back, and now, they’re messing with the space-time continuum. That can’t be good. Rabbids probably do much more damage than a butterfly could. Coming to Wii 11/2010.
This handy checklist will make sure that you bring all of the things you need when you travel. It has a clipboard backing and adhesive binding – stick it somewhere visible and start checking.
The guys from Real Time Worlds explain exactly how the gameplay and character-building works in their much-anticipated, massively-multiplayer gangland shooter, due in stores today (6/29/2010).
Electronic musicians Orbital wrapped up their performance at Glastonbury 2010 with this awesome cover of the Doctor Who theme. The DJ? None other than Matt Smith, the 11th Doctor.
The Hotel Metropole-Monte Carlo, a four-star hotel in Monaco, has unique services for thrill seekers. Go for laps in an F1 car, or be a co-pilot for 30 minutes aboard an L-39 Albatros jet plane.
The Marina Bay Sands development in Singapore is now open, at a cost of US $6 billion, and features a rooftop SkyPark and 492′ infinity pool perched high (650 feet) atop the 3 hotel towers. (Thanks Corey!)
This old-school baseball game is as fun to play as it is to look at. Don’t be fooled – it’s easy to learn but hard to master. The pitching pipe lets you throw all sorts of pitches to keep batters on their toes.
Have you seen this toy? This awesome 12-inch figurine of Robert Patrick as the inimitable T-1000 includes a ton of accessories, including a split open head and hands with the pointy metal bits.
This electric guitar/synth works as a controller for your computer’s music apps, and you can play it stand-alone if you don’t want to connect a PC or Mac. You can even use it to control Rock Band.
This 168-footer comfortably sleeps 10 in its 5 staterooms, decked out with the finest finishes. A pair of 2250-hp engines powers this luxury vessel up to 3000 nautical miles on a (giant) tank of fuel.
Get ready to dish out a serious beating in this new actioner, starring a disgruntled teddy bear armed with axes, machetes, and other weapons – our kind of game. Hits Xbox 360 and PS3 Friday, 6/25.
Square Enix’s latest may look like a typical third-person shooter, but it offers the ability for you or your opponents to hack into the minds of NPCs and enemies and use them to carry out your strategy.
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