With healthy hints of Fable, this Assassin’s Creed 2 Progression Trailer reveals the heart of any good RPG: character evolution, which in the case of Ezio covers 30 years of his life.
From lumberjacks to knights, Monty Python: Almost The Truth squeezes 40 years into 8 hours; it interviews all five living members plus modern comedians like Jimmy Fallon and Seth Green.
Because even Sith Lords need to do PowerPoint presentations: these Lightsaber Laser Pointers are available in Vader and Maul styles, perfect for pointing out, say, two-meter exhaust vents.
Completely awesome and leaked, this cinematic for Left 4 Dead 2 satisfies with endless zombie carnage, hyper-real animations and the pretty boy getting his butt saved time and again. Thanks, Josh!
Available on VOD, Xbox Live and Amazon on 10/22 and in theaters 11/20, Red Cliff is John Woo at his best: the most expensive Asian movie ever, it’s an epic film set in ancient China.
This Getting Started trailer for The Saboteur shows it’s not all stealth and subterfuge; anyone who gets to race cars, blow up blimps and liberate France is having a pretty good day.
Shipping 12/15/09: Hangover gets an unrated edition, available on Blu-ray and DVD; both will include a Map of Destruction and Gag Reel, but only Blu-ray includes PiP commentary.
It’s official: Ukrainian-developed Metro 2033 has been picked up to THQ; it’s a Russian version of Fallout, albeit with recent technology that’s more on par with Modern Warfare 2.
It may be called Season of the Witch, but this teaser (which shows a shaggy, medieval Nick Cage opposite Ron Perlman) screams zombie-flick: how do we know? “Cut off the head!”
Hello, social network, goodbye, social life: details are scarce, but Civilization Network is Sid Meier’s next great world building game and will be played on Facebook; it’ll launch in 2010.
Rock music fans will be howling at the moon with this second trailer for The Wolfman, which swaps the haunting ambience of the first for fast cuts and even faster violence.
Your inner caped crusader won’t want to miss Marvel’s Create Your Own Comic: make and print up to a 22-page comic book with dozens of characters, backgrounds and layouts.
Launching 11/5 in Japan for the Playstation 3, 3D Dot Game Heroes has us giddy for its 3D voxel approach to retro-style, 2D graphics; no word yet on an international release date.
Some say it’s not as strong as Season 1, but Flight of the Conchords’ second season still split our sides; I Told You I Was Freaky includes notable classics like Sugalumps and Friends.
Available this week: Abbey Road is a must-download DLC for The Beatles: Rock Band fans, with five tracks for $17 on the PS3 and Xbox 360 and six tracks a-la-carte on the Wii.
Made by graphic designer Matthew Davidson, this LEGO Foosball Table may look simple with wheels as knobs, but it’s fun to play; his son insists on several matches every night.
Photographers and brothers Daniel and Geo Fuchs strike gold (and silver, and black) with Toygiants, an ginormous collection toys owned by Selim Varol; artwork, here; book, here.
Brando’s USB IR helicopter will stay juiced as long as you’re near a USB port, letting you buzz nearby cubicles all day; it also includes a controller and LED lighting for night flying.
This second trailer for The Men Who Stare At Goats isn’t quite as funny as the first, but makes up for it with plenty of witty repartee between Clooney and McGregor’s characters.
This intro cinematic for Borderlands doesn’t reveal anything new, but it sets the tone for the game with character intros and sweet roadkill; available today, it’s been getting good reviews.
We always love freebies, but Xenogears ReMixed goes beyond awesome: based on Yasunori Mitsuda’s original Xenogears music, it’s reconceived by no less than 32 musicians.
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