After an awesome but cryptic teaser, Modern Warfare 2 finally gets its big reveal; from Brazilian ghettos and medieval redoubts to Russian airbases, this trailer is utterly fantastic.
With ziplines, chasms and ropes, this multiplayer trailer for Damnation hypes its verticality as a game changer; special modes and maps take advantage of its 3D nature.
Despite its title, Lesbian Vampires Killers is actually pretty prudish and non-violent; it’s not an instant classic like Shaun of the Dead, but is good for brainless fun. Thanks, Brian!
If you’re sick of coworkers jacking your coffee mug, this Plug Mug is like low-tech RSA encryption: a simple plug serves as a key, rendering your cup useless when not inserted.
Starring Bruce Willis, Surrogates blends Blade Runner with The Sims with a near-future world where nearly all humans live their lives through real-life avatars; it hits theaters 9/25.
This trailer for Battlefield: Bad Company 2 shows how it’s done: it demos its multiplayer features in one hand and blows the ever-loving crap out of everything in the other. Thanks, Jake!
Before ID4, there was V: the 80s miniseries gets a fresh reboot with this trailer, which will come to ABC in mid-2010; let’s just say “V” stands less for “visitor” and more for “vivisection.”
This gameplay trailer for X3: Terran Conflict is an unexpected crowd-pleaser, with hordes of ships, the combat and the Battlestar Galactica-style cinematography and music.
Graphic Arts student Jas Bhachu takes a Rubik’s Cube and turns it into a functioning Font Generator; an array of geometric shapes on each face lets you stamp just about any letter.
Full-flavored, Corzo’s Silver Tequila is 100% agave with a refined taste that doesn’t overpower; the ultra-smooth finish and round body makes it both complex and easy to drink.
As short and sweet as the name, this debut trailer for Blur goes from zero to obnoxious in about twenty seconds; as Kotaku quips, it’s less a teaser trailer and more a “taser” trailer.
Not much has changed since the first trailer for Tim Burton’s 9: this second trailer is still filled with suspense, amazing graphics and badass rag dolls; in other words, still awesome.
The wisecracking Deadpool is remarkably silent in this Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 trailer, but he doesn’t need words: he lets his fists, grenades and dual-wielded pistols do the talking.
It doesn’t shoot beer like the Beer Blaster, but this submachine style beer gun you get boozed up speakeasy style with a shape reminiscent of 20s-era tommy guns, good for 22oz.
Described as “Zelda in Hell,” this Darksiders trailer reveals a familiar plotline (Heaven and Hell do battle on Earth); still, we hope the action-oriented RPG could be what Hellgate never was.
Preordering begins May 21st for this Comic-Con 2009 exclusive Iron Man Mark III; it’s a 12″ figure in gunmetal grey; it sports distressed armor, two heads and three sets of hands.
LEGO’s Architecture Series site still says “coming soon”, but they’ve signed up with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation for six buildings including Falling Water and the Guggenheim.
From folks who brought us Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, this internal trailer for Project Trico shows promise with faint echoes of The Neverending Story’s Falkor and Atreyu.
It’s been awhile, but the second Timeline trailer for The Old Republic is up (here’s the first); an unlikely ally in the criminal world helps to lift the Mandalorian blockade on Coruscant.
I have you now, even though I have no legs: nobody’s gonna mess with this saber-wielding Darth Vader Bust Bank, who promises to force crush any piggy bank poachers.
Sherlock Homes may be set in Victorian London, but with a wise-cracking Robert Downey, Jr., explosions aplenty and Jude Law as Watson, this trailer is thoroughly 21st century.
Improv Everywhere’s pranks are pretty well-known, so we’re happy to hear they now have a book out: Causing a Scene is a behind-the-scenes look at their pranks over the past 8 years.
28-year old guitarist Dave Chatterson’s LEGO replica of a Fender Princeton Reverb amp looks good enough to play; it’s heavily detailed down to the tube chart, switches and knobs.
Like kids with matches and gasoline, the Spore devs invite the jokesters at Robot Chicken to create their own Galactic Adventures; bananas in dresses and farting frogs, anyone?
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